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Human Rights Law Full Notes

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These are notes dictated by the teacher in class during Winter session. Also, it has useful references from legislations and books. Full comprehensive notes to pass Human Rights Law.

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Foreign relations Law International relations Human rights instruments United Nations Human Rights Committee Human rights International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights Universal Declaration of Human Rights International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Economic, social and cultural rights International human rights law Reservation
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Foreign relations Law International relations Human rights instruments United Nations Human Rights Committee Human rights International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights Universal Declaration of Human Rights International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Economic, social and cultural rights International human rights law Reservation
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2010 - UDHR: predicted Eleanor Roosevelt – international Magna Carter o Genocide convention, 3 months after December 10th: received Geneva Conventions ( govern behavior of prison guards) - The great post war hope: “never again” - What are rights o Magna Cater: 1215 ▪ To man will we deny or delay ▪ Habeas Corpus: right to challenge detention o 1608: war that began modern idea of rights: rule of law. Issue between king and chief justice. ▪ Better off having judges making laws to protect everyone ▪ Modern bill of rights: ‘declaration of right’ ▪ Parliament demanded a role in sovereignty ▪ Kind then abolished parliament for 12 years. o 1641: parliament came back. Civil war. ▪ First thing...
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