Essays on International Human Rights: 5 volume set
Although human rights were initially conceived as rights of the individual in relation to the state, there is growing recognition that human rights must also be respected in the international arena.
This five-volume series set brings together the most important and influential scholarship on issues around human rights in the area of international law.
The volumes include a wide range of essays selected from an international search of print and electronic content and feature a substantial introduction by the volume editor which provides an overview of the topic of each volume. The series includes foundational articles on the development of international human rights law and covers issues on the current challenges facing international human rights lawyers and scholars, the UN system of rights, regional human rights systems and the fundamental principles of equality and non-discrimination under international law.
The five volumes in this series are edited by leading scholars in the field and taken together provide an invaluable research tool for scholars and students interested in the growing field of international human rights.
The five volumes in this series are:
Volume I: The Development of International Human Rights Law
Volume II: Equality and Non-Discrimination under International Law
Volume III: Challenges in International Human Rights Law
Volume IV: The United Nations System for Protecting Human Rights
Volume V: Regional Human Rights Systems
About the Editor: Stephanie Farrior is Director of International and Comparative Law Programs and Professor of Law at Vermont Law School, USA
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