International human rights law Part 28

International human rights law Part 28

 

375

Freeport in West Papua: Bringing Corporations to Account for International Human Rights Abuses under Australian Criminal and Tort Law
Joanna Kyriakakis
Monash University Law Review
Volume 31, Number 1, 2005 p.95

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376

Past the Point of No Return? The Palestinian Right of Return in International human rights law
Jeremie Maurice Bracka
Melbourne Journal of International Law
Volume 6, Number 2, October 2005

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377

SERIOUS HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS IN ZIMBABWE: OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMES, IMMUNITIES, AND THE POSSIBILITY OF PROSECUTIONS
Max du Plessis and Andreas Coutsoudis
South African Journal on Human Rights
Volume 21, Part 3, 2005

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From the viewpoint of International Criminal Law , the serious human rights abuses perpetrated in Zimbabwe have implications for the perpetrators. Drawing on the jurisprudence of international criminal tribunals and the text of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court , these implications are discussed. Two important international law doctrines are of relevance to any prosecution attempt in relation to Zimbabwe’s leaders: the doctrine of responsibility and superior orders, and the controversial question of immunity. Possible avenues for prosecution of Zimbabweans implicated in international crimes include actions before foreign municipal courts and actions by means of the world’s first permanent international criminal tribunal, the International Criminal Court . Special consideration is given to a possible prosecution under South Africa’s Implementation of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court Act of 2002.

378

Recognized and Violated by International Law: The Human Rights of the Global Poor
THOMAS POGGE
Leiden Journal of International Law
Volume 18, Number 4, December 2005 p.717-745

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379

Justifying the Use of International Human Rights Principles in American Constitutional Law
Vincent J. Samar
Columbia Human Rights Law Review
Volume 37, Number 1, Fall 2005 p.1

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380

Claire de Than & Edwin Shorts, International Criminal Law and Human Rights
David Stoelting
Human Rights Quarterly
Volume 27, Number 4, November 2005 p.1365

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381

The Conflict of the Rationalities: International Law, Human Rights & The War in Iraq
Thomas Cushman
Deakin Law Review
Volume 10, Number 2, 2005 p.546

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382

International Law and Human Rights
Newcastle Law Review
Volume 8, Number 1, 2004

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383

Shaheen Sardar Ali, Gender and Human Rights in Islam and International Law: Equal Before Allah, Unequal Before Man?
Carolyn Evans
Australian Journal of Asian Law
Volume 7, Number 2, September 2005 p.198

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384

Derogation from the European Convention of Human Rights in Light of “Other Obligations under International Law”
Jean Allain
European Human Rights Law Review
Issue 5, 2005 p.480

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385

Torture in International Human Rights and International humanitarian law : The Actor and the Ad Hoc Tribunals
SANDESH SIVAKUMARAN
Leiden Journal of International Law
Volume 18, Number 3, October 2005 p.541-556

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386

The Interplay Between Environmental Protection and Human and Peoples’ Rights in International Law
Federico Lenzerini
African Yearbook of International Law
Volume 10, 2002 p.63

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387

HUMAN RIGHTS, TERRORISM AND INTERNATIONAL LAW
David P. Stewart
Villanova Law Review
Volume 50, Number 3, 2005 p.685

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388

The Applicability of International Human Rights Law to the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA) and Foreign Military Presence in Iraq
Ralph Wilde
ILSA Journal of International and Comparative Law
Volume 11, Number 2, Spring 2005 p.485

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389

Hate speech in Rwanda as a test case for international human rights law
F Viljoen
Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa
Volume 38, Number 1, March 2005 p.1

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390

The Youth Justice System in England and Wales: Complying with International Human Rights Law
Raymond Arthur
International Family Law
September 2005 p.157

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391

The Development of International Human Rights Law by the Operation and the Case-Law of the European and the Inter-American Courts of Human Rights
Antônio Augusto Cançado Trindade
Human Rights Law Journal
Volume 25, Number 5-8, November 30, 2004 p.157

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Author: international

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International Criminal Court, International Criminal Law, International Family Law, International human rights law, International humanitarian law.


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