Past, Present and Future
Edited by David Keane and Yvonne McDermott
The Challenge of Human Rights takes a detailed and exploratory approach to topics across the field of human rights, and seeks to map a path for future research and policy development.
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- The Challenge of Human Rights
- Chapter 1: The Right to a Social and International Order for the Realisation of Human Rights: Article 28 of the Universal Declaration and International Cooperation
- Chapter 2: Freedom from Fear and the Human Right to Peace
- Chapter 3: The Universality of War: Jus ad Bellum and the Right to Peace in non-International Armed Conflicts
- Chapter 4: UNESCO and the Right to Peace
- Chapter 5: The Right to Resist Reconsidered
- Chapter 6: Forensic Science, International Criminal Law and the Duties toward Persons Killed in War
- Chapter 7: Forgotten Rights: Consequences of the Israeli Occupation of the Golan Heights
- Chapter 8: Forging a Convention for Crimes Against Humanity
- Chapter 9: Double Speak and Double Standards: Does the Jurisprudence on Retrial following Acquittal under International Criminal Law Spell the End of the Double Jeopardy Rule?
- Chapter 10: Third World Approaches to International Law and the Ghosts of Apartheid
- Chapter 11: Exploitation Rebranded: How International Law Sold Slavery as Forced Labour
- Chapter 12: Between the Wars - the Refugee Convention of 1933: A Contemporary Analysis
- Chapter 13: Drafter Decision Making in International Human Rights Treaties
- Chapter 14: Free and Fair Elections for Some? The Potential for Voting Rights for Under-18s
- Chapter 15: Cultural Rights – A New Era
- Chapter 16: Intellectual Property: A Human (Not Corporate) Right
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