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Protection of Social and Economic Rights : a Comparative Study

Protection of Social and Economic Rights : a Comparative Study

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Published by Ministry of the Attorney General in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Droits de la personne.

  • Edition Notes

    5

    The Physical Object
    Pagination47, 6, 2 p.
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22188736M

    The Cuban Declaration of Human Rights of included that every human being had the ‘right to life, to liberty, to personal security and to respect for his dignity as a human being’. 75 Georges Gurvitch's Bill of Social Rights of referred to the need for society to protect ‘liberty and human dignity’. 76 The American Federation.   The book examines women's civil, political, social, economic, and cultural rights, women's human rights in armed conflict; women's fundamental right to manifest their religion; their right to be free from slavery and sex trafficking; the rights of women with disabilities; and the right of women to be free from institutionalized female Reviews: 1.

    C.G. Knight, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, A comparative case study is a research approach to formulate or assess generalizations that extend across multiple cases. The nature of comparative case studies may be explored from the intersection of comparative and case study approaches. Case studies and qualitative comparative .   Studies in Comparative International Development is an interdisciplinary journal that addresses political, social, economic, and environmental change in local, national, and international contexts. The journal has a tradition of presenting critical and innovative analytical perspectives that challenge prevailing orthodoxies.

    ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages ; 25 cm. Contents: Introduction The Settings for the Systems' Work of the Two Regional Human Rights Systems Economic/Social Conditions in Constituent States National Political Systems Kinds of Human Rights Violations Committed in the Constituent Countries Domestic Human Rights . protection of human rights promotes peace and stability at the national level not only by allowing people to enjoy their basic rights and freedoms, but also by providing a basic democratic, cultural, economic, political and social framework within which conflicts can be peacefully resolved. Effective protection of human rights is.


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Ours has been called a global "age of rights," an era in which respect for human rights is considered the highest aspiration of the international democratic community.

Since the United Nation's Universal Declaration of Human Rights, a wide variety of protections—civil, political, economic, social, and cultural—have been given legal validation as countries ratify 5/5(1).

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Applying theories and methods from the fields of international law, international relations, and comparative politics, Landman examines data from countries over 25 years () to assess the growth of the international human rights regime, the effect of law on actual protection, and global variation in human rights norms.

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Recent years have seen an expansion in the scale and importance of economic, social, and cultural rights within international law. This has led to the adoption of the Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in Decembergiving individuals and groups the ability to bring complaints about violations of these rights.

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