Serious Violations of Human Rights

Serious Violations of Human Rights

On the Emergence of a New Special Regime

Oxford University Press

06/2022

288

Dura

Inglês

9780192863041

15 a 20 dias

552

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Brief Summary Introduction: The Origins of the Regime 1: The you evolution of a legal regime 2: Connection of serious violations of human rights to other notions 3: Shaping the special regime 4: The relationship between the special and the (general) human rights law regimes 5: 'Serious' versus 'gross' and other similar expressions 6: Structuring the special regime Chapter 1: The Substantive Component Identifying a Serious Violation of Human Rights 1: The elements forming a serious violation of human rights 2: The external elements 3: The involvement of the state 4: The contextual aspect 5: The 'iceberg' of serious violations of human rights Chapter 2: The Monitoring Component 1: Country-specific inter-governmental procedures 2: Extra-conventional international inquiry and fact-finding mechanisms 3: The treaty-based inquiry mechanisms 4: The national monitoring mechanisms 5: A multilateral network of monitoring responses Chapter 3: The Enforcement Component 1: 'Threat to the peace' and serious violations of human rights 2: Other responses to serious violations of human rights 3: Responsibility to protect 4: Enforcement in pursuit of the common purpose Chapter 4: The Remedial Component 1: Instruments specific to serious violations of human rights 2: Adjudicating serious violations of human rights 3: A victim-oriented but not individualistic approach to remedies Conclusion