Introduction to International Human Rights Law
CD Pub., 2006 - 251 pages
This book is basic starting point for students and practitioners of law and anyone else who wishes to learn more about the elaborate system of international norms and accompanying mechanisms that have been developed to protect indivduals' human rights. It is written so as to benefit the seasoned professional as well as the casual lay reader.
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