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Our Common Responsibility: The Impact of a New War on Iraqi Children By Curtis FJ Doebbler
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This report, which appeared just two months before the March 2003 invasion of Iraq, ominously predicts the deaths of the estimated 100,000 children as a result of the war that has been recorded by... More > scientists writing in the highly regarded Lancet medical journal in 2004.< Less
Human Rights Approach to Heath: A Training Module By Curtis FJ Doebbler
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This module provides professional health workers, lobbyists, politicians, international relations specialists an introduction to using human rights law to ensure access to health care. It aims at the... More > domestic and international policy making process.< Less
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Настоящее издание... More > предоставляет студентам юридических ВУЗов и практическим работникам возможность ознакомиться с Международным правом прав человека. В книге на доступном языке содержится подробная информация о МППЧ, начиная от его истории, развития и институтов до дискуссий по самым спорным моментам прам человека. Читатель также найдет глоссарий юридических терминов, имеющих отношение к МППЧ, и общийпроверочный список для подачи обращений в связи с нарушениями правчеловека. ISBN: 0-97435-701-4.< Less
International Human Rights Law: Cases and Materials, Volume One By Curtis FJ Doebbler
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A complete international human rights law course with which readers will acquire a basic understanding of the law and how to use it. Critical thinking is encouraged through numerous exercises and... More > questions. Unlike other human rights texts available today this book views the law from the perspective of those most vulnerable to deprivation of their human rights. This view is based on more than fifteen years of experience bringing international human right cases to international tribunals and forums. The law is presented with a degree of objectivity that recognizes the significant role that developed countries have played in perpetuating human rights violations around the world despite their having initially instigated much of the modern concern for international human rights law. Volume One contains Chapters One through Nine as well as a full Index and Table of Contents. ISBN: 978-0974-3570-0-3.< Less