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Wolfgang S. Heinz, European Journal of International Law 2010 The volume is an outstanding work of scholarship: very well written, clear, and succinct. I have no doubt that the book will be regarded as an indispensable sourcebook for legal and political science classes, and even in other disciplines interested in international human rights protection. The practitioner will also find it very helpful.
Olga Jurasz, International Journal of Refugee Law 2010 [W]hy can we not have more publications like this? While there are plenty of books concerned with international human rights protection, Klin and Knzli's work is one of a kind. It engages the reader from the very first moment and guides them throughout the topic in a clear, concise and readily comprehensible manner. Undoubtedly, 'The Law of Human Rights Protection' will prove to be a valuable asset in the hands of not only academics and human rights
lawyers, but also students, who are stepping into this extremely fascinating, yet complex, area of law.
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<br>Walter K lin is Professor of Constitutional and International Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Bern, and a former Dean of the Faculty and Head of the Legal Department. Since 2004 he has been Representative of the UN Secretary General on the Human Rights of Internally Displaced Persons, from 2003-2008 he was a Member of the UN Human Rights Committee, and in 1991-92 was Special Rapporteur of the UN Commission on Human Rights on the Situation of Human Rights in Kuwait under Iraqi Occupation. J rg K nzli is Assistant Professor of Public International and Constitutional Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Bern.<br>
PART I: FOUNDATIONS; 1. Origins and Universality; 2. Notions and Sources; 3. The Legal Nature of Human Rights Obligations; 4. Scope of Application of Human Rights; 5. International Humanitarian Law: Scope of Application and Obligations; PART II: IMPLEMENTATION; 6. Overview; 7. Treaty Bodies; 8. Charter Based Bodies; PART III: SUBSTANTIVE GUARANTEES; 9. Protection of Human Life; 10. Protection of Human Integrity; 11. Prohibition of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities; 12. Protection of Privacy; 13. Protection of Human Rights in the Intellectual and Spiritual Sphere; 14. Protection of Human Rights in the Economic Sphere; 15. Protection of Persons Deprived of their Liberty and During Criminal Trials; 16. Protection of Political Participation; 17. Protection of Migrants, Refugees, and Internally Displaced Person