International human rights law / Douglas Lee Donoho (Professor of Law, Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad College of Law) ; with contributions by James Wilets (Professor, Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad College of Law, Chair, Inter-American Center for Human Rights)

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Main Authors: Donoho, Douglas Lee (Author), Wilets, James D. (Author)
Format: Book
Published: Durham, North Carolina : Carolina Academic Press, [2017]
Table of Contents:
  • What are international human rights?
  • Basic principles of international law relevant to human rights
  • What rights are humans entitled to under international law?
  • International rights as domestic obligations
  • Civil liability as a method of domestic enforcement of international human rights
  • Using domestic criminal prosecutions to enforce international human rights
  • International promotion and enforcement under the United Nations Charter based system
  • International promotion and enforcement of rights through the U.N. treaty based system
  • Regional systems for the protection of human rights : introduction and examination of the European system
  • Regional human rights systems : the Inter-American and African systems
  • International criminal law, humanitarian law & human rights
  • Universal human rights, relativism & the challenge of diversity
  • Gender rights as human rights
  • Gender identity and sexual orientation as subsets of gender rights.