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  1. Drawing on the case law of the Court, this volume analyses crucial developments over the years on both procedural and substantive issues before the Inter-American Court.
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    € 150,-

  2. With the spotlight on Magna Carta and the French Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen the existence of similar fundamental rights documents in other European countries is often overlooked. Such fundamental rights documents did, however, exist in the precursors to the current European Union Member States.
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  3. Within the European Union there is considerable diversity in morally sensitive issues like legal recognition of same-sex relationships or reproductive matters, such as abortion, assisted human reproduction (AHR) and surrogacy.
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    € 110,-

  4. Special Procedures is the collective name given to the different mandates of Independent Experts, Special Rapporteurs and Working Groups in the field of human rights appointed by the UN Human Rights Council. This edited volume seeks to contribute to the dissemination of the work undertaken by different mandate-holders for the protection of human rights.
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    € 48,-

  5. 2014 was a year of transition and controversy in Europe: a new Parliament and new Commission were constituted. Across 38 contributions by 61 authors in five sections, the Yearbook 2015 covers political and legal developments in the field of the three main organizations charged with securing human rights in Europe: EU, Council of Europe and OSCE, accompanied by a chapter on cross-cutting topics.
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    € 68,-

  6. Disasters have a devastating effect on the lives of people. It is of essential importance that the response to a disaster is as effective and adequate as possible to limit and alleviate suffering. To this end, affected states can make use of offers of humanitarian assistance made by other states, international (humanitarian) organisations and NGOs. When in such cases the affected state refuses to accept international humanitarian assistance, t...
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  7. Globalization is not a new phenomenon. New realities have emerged over the past two decades which have given it greater influence in the affairs of states. This coincided with the increasing inability of states and international organizations to carry out their institutional functions for the common good. This is testing a number of assumptions about the future of human rights and international criminal justice.
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    € 125,-

  8. The present volume contains the results of the first part of the research project 'Protecting Young Suspects in Interrogations’: a legal comparative study into existing legal procedural safeguards for juvenile suspects during interrogation in the five selected Member States.
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    € 80,-

  9. Dit boekje geeft via twee korte bijdragen een origineel en uniek inzicht in de correlatie tussen de begrippen ‘religion’ en ‘personal honor’ enerzijds en het ’recht’ anderzijds.
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    € 25,-

  10. The World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund are under substantial pressure to accept more accountability under international human rights law. This publication sets out the standards by which these international financial institutions are bound under international human rights law as it currently stands.
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