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Remedies in International Human Rights Law
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The American Journal of International Law Review from previous edition '... a valuable overview of the law and practice governing remedies ... urges litigants to show greater attention to their requests for remedies-a task that will unquestionably be far more feasible with the publication of this book ... a valuable resource. Indeed, because of Shelton's comprehensive approach and her important, well-documented conclusions, the book will undoubtedly change the international discourse on the problem
of providing remedies for human rights violations.'
Chris Blegy, Cambridge Law Journal '...the greatest strength of this book lies in its ability to digest a hugely disparate range of remedial jurisprudence and present it in a fashion that is not only accessible, but which is of such detail as to be most useful to academics, practitioners, and students.'
International and Comparative Law Quarterly '...will be of great interest to anyone, practitioners and academics alike, with an interest in human rights law...'
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Dinah Shelton is Emeritus Manatt/Ahn Professor at the George Washington University Law School. She served as a member of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (2010-2014) and in 2010 she was president of the Commission. Professor Shelton is the author of three prize-winning books, Protecting Human Rights in the Americas (co-authored with Thomas Buergenthal), Remedies in International Human Rights Law, and the three-volume Encyclopedia of Genocide and Crimes against Humanity. In 2013, Professor Shelton was awarded the Goler Butcher Prize in Human Rights.
1. Introduction ; PART I: THE CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK ; 2. Meanings and Purposes of Remedies ; 3. Sources and General Content of the Law of Remedies ; PART II: THE INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK ; 4. Domestic Remedies ; 5. International Tribunals ; 6. The Functions and Competence of Human Rights Tribunals ; PART III: PROCEDURAL ISSUES ; 7. Who May Claim Redress ; 8. Presentation of Claims ; PART IV: THE SUBSTANCE OF REDRESS ; 9. Declaratory Judgments ; 10. Restitution ; 11. Compensation ; 12. Non-Monetary Remedies ; 13. Punitive or Exemplary Damages ; 14. Costs and Fees ; Conclusions