Human Rights In The Administration Of Justice: A Manual On Human Rights For Judges, Presecutors And Lawyers
United Nations Publications, 1 dec. 2003 - 885 pagini
Independent legal professionals play a key role in the administration of justice and the protection of human rights. Judges, prosecutors and lawyers need access to information on human rights standards laid down in the main international legal instruments and to related jurisprudence developed by universal and regional monitoring bodies. This publication, which includes a manual and a facilitator's guide, seeks to provide a comprehensive core curriculum on international human rights standards for legal professionals. It includes a CD-ROM containing the full electronic text of the manual in pdf format.
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