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|Школа английского. Изучение английского языка. Все для изучающих английский язык Автор Shelton D. Издательство Oxford University Press|
Восьмую отправили в близлежащий город Будва и определили на работу в притон под названием "Черная гора". Днем владелец бара держал девушек взаперти в холодном, сыром подвале. Их кормили раз в день, а ночью заставляли обслуживать посетителей. По чистой случайности у одного из клиентов оказался сотовый телефон, и самая смелая из девушек исхитрилась украдкой позвонить своей семье, проживающей в обнищавшей Донецкой области Восточной Украины. В панике ее мать обратилась за помощью в La Strada. Руководство связалось с Энн Джордан из другой неправительственной организации - Международной группы по защите прав человека (International Human Rights Law Group) в Вашингтоне. Джордан в свою очередь позвонила американскому конгрессмену Кристоферу Смиту, который тогда был председателем так называемой Хельсинкской комиссии*. Именно Смит, неутомимый поборник прав человека, стоял за принятием жесткого законодательства США против торговли людьми. Политик не терял ни секунды. Хорошо зная, что в этой части света коррупция полиции и правительства - дело обычное, он направил премьер-министру Черногории факс с пометкой "СРОЧНО", прося его о безотлагательной помощи ...
|Prevention Of Unsafe Abortion through Legal Reform. International Human Rights Law and National Implementation in Ethiopia|
The issue of unsafe abortion is one of these matters.
|Religios Freedom and Gender Equality in International Human Rights Law. On a Hierarchy of Human Rights|
While the tenet of gender discrimination is protected by international law, multiple human rights violations of discriminatory nature continue to take place.
|Law, Politics, Morals International Human Rights in Context.|
• Lucid analysis of the subject in its socio-political context, chartering the development of human rights, whilst tackling today' s debates and dilemmas, providing students with stimulating and thought-provoking commentary • Diverse range of materials alongside extensive text and editorial commentary, making this the definitive teaching and research tool • Questions are embedded throughout the text to encourage deeper reflection and critical enquiry • The authors are the leading figures in the field and provide students with an unmatched level of authority and accuracy New to this edition • Terrorism, national security, and human rights: Two parts of the book address this post-9/11 theme. Chapter 3, devoted to civil and political rights, examines the question of torture as broadly understood and resolved within the human rights framework before 9/11, as well as the practices, normative claims and questions that have subsequently arisen. In addition, an entirely new Chapter 5 addresses questions related to detention (including Guantanamo) and fair trial, the effects of national security concerns on economic and social rights, and justifications for emergency-based derogations. • New tasks and recent and proposed reforms of UN human rights institutions: The book discusses the new Human Rights Council, and its relation to the prior Commission and to special procedures and treaty bodies. It examines the developing role of the Security Council with respect to human rights concerns and the ongoing debate over the possibility of reforming the Council' s membership and arrangements for the veto power.
|The Right to Access Environmental Information. An Analysis of UK law in the Context of European, International and Human Rights Law|
The historical evolution of this right is the starting point for analysis.
|Violence Against Women in Post-Mao China. International Human Rights Norms and Local Law|
This is a positive change for the promotion of women' s freedom from violence, and shall improve their overall wellbeing. This dissertation concludes that this problem has been recognized by the Chinese authorities and society through criticism from international community and the Chinese academics and media. Nevertheless, the current Chinese legal system has yet to improve to be able to effectively resolve the problem. However, as China is emerging to be more important and influential in the international community and global economy, it has become a more open and rights-oriented state. This dissertation discusses the issue of violence against contemporary Chinese women. The concept of violence against women and the solution to it has only developed in the international human rights consciousness in recent decades, and they are still alien to the Chinese society. It first argues that the recent economic liberation has exacerbated the long-standing problem by eroding the social safety net and increasing gender disparities in economic power. It also argues that the State is somehow responsible for the problem based on newly developed international human rights theory.
|Blackstone's International Human Rights Documents|
|Text and Materials European Human Rights Law:|
• In-depth coverage of all the principal articles of the Convention, providing students of European human rights law with a complete resource • Provides a wide selection of extracts from essential cases, with clear commentary from three leading experts in the field, ensuring students can assess the significance of judicial decisions with confidence • Sets the Strasbourg legal system in its political and historical context to bring the subject to life and foster a more realistic understanding of the law in context • Extensive comparative material from other constitutional courts provides students with a useful international perspective New to this edition • New chapters on right to life, right to religious freedom, and right to an education • Contributions from Professor Jim Murdoch and Professor Aileen McColgan on new chapters on right to property and right against discrimination • Expanded treatment of court procedure and remedies • Further reference to human rights theory and academic journal articles • Enhanced layout and page design The third edition of European Human Rights Law:
|A failure to protect international human rights standards Freedom of Religion and Schools: the Case of Ireland.|
This is the first major study to examine the primary education system in Ireland in terms of international human rights standards and obligations.
|A pluricultural society between indigenous heritage and international human rights standards The right of selfdetermination in the UNDRIP with focus on Mexico.|
According to the evaluation report for the first international decade of indigenous people, ? the presence of the indigenous matter to governments is, to say the least, unequal; their situation is usually alluded to the position of exemplifying certain problem areas, such as poverty, discrimination, inequality, ? invisibility and exclusion, cultural differences, restricted access to basic services, lower life expectancy or high percentage of migration.
|A VIOLATION OF EUROPEAN HUMAN RIGHTS LAW AND STANDARDS? THE CASE OF THE ISOLATION REGIME OF ABDULLAH OCALAN.|
The principle of the prohibition of torture, laid down in Art. 3 ECHR, serves as the basis for this research and will be analyzed, thereby clarifying the scope of protection.
|International Human Rights Instruments|
International human rights instruments can be classified into two categories: declarations, adopted by bodies such as the United Nations General Assembly, which are not legally binding although they may be politically so; and conventions, which are legally binding instruments concluded under international law.
|The acquisition of citizenship by the children of non-citizens. Does intl human rights law limit the sovereignty of States to decide which children acquire their citizenship by birth?|
|Human Rights, Human Wrongs. Observance of Human Rights Law and Norms in United Nations Peacekeeping Operations|
|Accountability under Human Rights Law of Non-State Actors. for Genocide and Crimes against Humanity: Individuals, Armed Groups and Corporations|
|Russia-Georgia Conflict Resolution. Effectivevess of the International Human Rights Regime in the Russia-Georgia Conflict Reslution|
While the human rights institutions are essentially impartial, they are procedurally restricted and diplomatically cautious.
|INDONESIA HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS REGIME. Research Project|
|The Cambridge Companion to Human Rights Law|
Written by world-class academics, this Companion will be essential reading for students and scholars of human rights law.
|The Cambridge Companion to Human Rights Law|
The object of this book is to capture a sense of the variety of the platforms within which human rights law is practised today and reflects the dynamic interrelationships that have grown up between these various levels.
|The Cambridge Companion to Human Rights Law|
The chapters engage with how human rights law has developed in its various subfields, what (if anything) has been achieved and at what cost, in terms of expected or produced unexpected side-effects.
|The Long Road to Human Rights Education. Measuring States' Compliance with International Law Obligations Mandating Human Rights Education From Convention to Classroom:|
Human Rights Education is one of the most effective ways of preventing human rights violations.