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(The)judicial application of human rights law: national, regional, and international jurisprudence

(The)judicial application of human rights law: national, regional, and international jurisprudence (Loan 7 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Jayawickrama, Nihal
Title Statement
(The)judicial application of human rights law: national, regional, and international jurisprudence/ Nihal Jayawickrama.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cambridge :   Cambridge University Press ,   2002.  
Physical Medium
cxxix, 965 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
052178042X (hardcover)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Human rights.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Preface = ⅸ
Table of cases = xiii
Table of instruments = civ
PART Ⅰ Introduction = 1
 1. Historical and juridical background = 3
 2. The international bill of human rights = 24
 3. The domestic protection of human rights = 95
 4. The international protection of human rights = 130
PART Ⅱ General principles = 157
 5. Interpretation = 159
 6. Non-discrimination = 174
 7. Limitations = 182
 8. Derogation = 202
PART Ⅲ The substantive rights = 215
 9. The right of self-determination = 217
 10. The right to life = 239
 11. The right to freedom from torture = 296
 12. The right to freedom from slavery = 353
 13. The right to liberty = 369
 14. The rights of prisoners = 425
 15. The right to freedom of movement = 436
 16. The right to a fair trial = 478
 17. The rights of accused persons = 527
 18. The right to recognition as a person = 595
 19. The right to privacy = 597
 20. The right to freedom of thought = 637
 21. The right to freedom of expression = 663
 22. The right to freedom of assembly = 721
 23. The right to freedom of association = 735
 24. The right to family life = 761
 25. The rights of the child = 780
 26. The right to participate in public life = 789
 27. The right to equality = 816
 28. The rights of minorities = 842
 29. The rights relating to work = 852
 30. The rights relating to social security = 864
 31. The right to an adequate standard of living = 869
 32. The right to health = 881
 33. The right to education = 890
 34. The right to cultural life = 904
 35. The right to property = 908
Index = 921


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