|Title||The challenge of human rights : Past, present and future|
|Author||edited by David Keane and Yvonne McDermott|
|Imprint||Cheltenham : Edward Elgar, 2012|
|Descript||xi, 335 p. , 24 cm|
Introduction. -- The right to a social and international order for the realization of human rights: Article 28 of the universal declaration and international cooperation. -- Freedom from fear and the human right to peace. -- The universality of war: Jus ad bellum and the right to peace in non-international armed conflicts. -- UNESCO and the right to peace. -- The right to resist reconsidered. -- Forensic science, international criminal law and the duties towards persons killed in war. -- Forgotten rights: consequences of the Israeli occupation of the Golan Heights. -- Froging a convention for crimes against humanity. -- Doublespeak and souble standards: does the jurisprudence on retrial following acquittal under international criminal law spell the end of the souble jeopardy rule? -- Third world approaches to international law and the ghosts of apartheid. -- Exploitation rebranded: how international law sold slavery as forced labour. -- Between the wars - the Refugee Convention of 1933: a contemporary analysis. -- Drafter decision-making in international human rights treaties. -- Free and fair elections for some? the potential for voting rights for under-18s. -- Cultural rights: a new era. -- Intellectual property: a human (not corporate) right.
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