The African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights and International Law
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BeschreibungThe African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights, established in 1987, was the third regional instrument, after the European and American systems, for the promotion and protection of human rights. This book, drawing on the jurisprudence and practice of the Commission, challenges the applicability of international law to the African situation. Following an examination of the evolution of the African Charter and the status of ratification, Murray questions the opposing dichotomy approach of international law. Her critical analysis covers the notion of the state, the issue of personality and the application of the international law distinctions between war and peace and judicial and amicable disputes. The experience and approach of the African Commission is compared with that of other regional and international bodies, leading to the conclusion that a more holistic approach to international law is required if human rights are to be adequately protected.In addition to making an important contribution to legal scholarship on the subject of the Commission this book will serve as a reference work, a textbook and an invaluable practitioners tool.'Dr. Murray shows a depth of knowledge, a sensitivity in understanding and a passion for the advancement of human rights in Africa. The book makes a contribution to scholarship on the work of the African Commission which has not been widely acknowledged'.N. Barney Pityana, Member African Commission on Human and Peoples' RightsTABLE OF CONTENTS1. Theoretical Issues2. Evolution of the African Charter and status of Ratification3. The Notion of the State4. The Issue of Personality5. The Dichotomy of Laws Applicable in Times of War and Peace6. The Amicable/Judicial Dichotomy7. ConclusionAppendices I - VIII
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Hart Publishing Ltd
Erscheinungsdatum: Februar 2010
Format: pdf eBook
Kopierschutz: Adobe DRM