- Inbunden (Hardback)
- Antal sidor
- 1st ed. 2018
- Springer Verlag, Singapore
- Oberleitner, Gerd (ed.)
- 3 Illustrations, color; XVIII, 623 p. 3 illus. in color.
- 241 x 165 x 38 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 1 Hardback
- 1428 g
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Gerd Oberleitner is UNESCO Chair in Human Rights and Human Security and Director of the European Training and Research Centre for Human Rights and Democracy at the University of Graz and Associate Professor of International Law at the Institute of International Law and International Relations, also at the University of Graz. He has served as Legal Adviser in the Human Rights Department of the Austrian Foreign Ministry, was Lecturer in Human Rights at the London School of Economics and Political Science and Visiting Fellow at the LSE's Centre for the Study of Human Rights, and has taught and researched at the European Inter-University Centre in Venice, the Universite du Quebec a Montreal, the University of Ljubljana, Prishtina, and Rutgers University. He teaches in the Global Campus of Regional Human Rights Master Programmes.
Chapter 1: Human rights institutions: what legitimacy? what authority?.- Part 1: United Nations human rights institutions.- Chapter 3: The UN Human Rights Council: achievements 2006-2016 and challenges ahead.- Chapter 4: The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights and field operations.- Chapter 5: UN Human Rights Treaty Bodies: impact and future.- Chapter 6: The UN Human Rights Committee.- Chapter 7: The UN Committee of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.- Chapter 8: Gender in the UN: CEDAW and the Commission on the Status of Women.- Chapter 9: The UN Security Council and human rights.- Chapter 10: Why a World Court of Human Rights?.- Part 2: Human rights violations as crimes - international courts and tribunals.- Chapter 11: The Legacy of Nuremberg and Tokyo.- Chapter 12: Prosecuting human rights violations: what legacy of the ad hoc criminal tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda? .- Chapter 13: What future for ad hoc tribunals?.- Chapter 14: The International Criminal Court between human Rights and realpolitik.- Chapter 15: Towards effective enforcement of international humanitarian law.- Chapter 16: Transitional Justice: the legacy and future of Truth and Reconciliation Commissions.- Part 3: Regional human rights systems.- Chapter 17: The European Court of Human Rights: achievements and prospects.- Chapter 18: The Inter-American Commission and Court of Human Rights.- Chapter 19: The African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights and the African Court of Justice and Human and Peoples' Rights.- Chapter 20: The Arab Human Rights Commission.- Chapter 21: The ASEAN Human Rights Commission.- Chapter 22 : An Agenda for Strengthening Human Rights Institutions.