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How do you keep students motivated when their perception of a subject conflicts with the reality of its academic study? International human rights law, unquestionably an exciting field, is also complex and demanding. With his breakthrough textbook, De Schutter focuses on international human rights law as a global legal system, rather than as a collection of different (though related) rights, giving it relevance and immediacy. Drawing on cases and materials from a wide range of sources, it shows how human rights law is used as a tool to address contemporary issues such as counter-terrorism, global poverty and religious diversity. Materials are organized thematically, allowing readers to make comparisons and connections between different legal treaties and systems. Students can also easily assess how human rights are protected under domestic and international laws. The law is placed in context throughout, ensuring full understanding of why laws exist and how they work.'This remarkable casebook by one of the most brilliant and creative scholars of his generation will be an essential companion for anyone wishing to understand and reflect on the theoretical as well as the practical issues to which the extraordinary development of fundamental rights has given rise at the universal, regional and national levels.' Francoise Tulkens, Judge at the European Court of Human Rights'Through its combined use of international and domestic materials, this groundbreaking book will help readers understand human rights and its inter-related components as a coherent system.' Asbjorn Eide, Professor and former Director of the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, University of Oslo'Well structured and well written. I would be more than willing to recommend this book as compulsory reading for my students.' Caroline Fournet, Senior Lecturer, University of ExeterOlivier De Schutter is the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to food and Professor of Human Rights Law at the Universite Catholique de Louvain, Belgium, and at the College of Europe. A member of the Global Law School Faculty at New York University, he has been Visiting Professor at a number of institutions, most recently at Columbia University. From 2002 to 2006, he chaired the EU Network of Independent Experts on Fundamental Rights, a high-level group of experts which advised the European Union institutions on fundamental rights issues. He has acted on a number of occasions as expert for the Council of Europe and for the European Union. From 2004 until his appointment as the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to food, he was the General Secretary of the International Federation of Human Rights (FIDH) on the issue of globalization and human rights.

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  • 1032  pages
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  • Editeur :   Cambridge University Press Paru le
  • ISBN :  0521764874
  • EAN13 :  9780521764872
  • Langue : Anglais

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How do you keep students motivated when their perception of a subject conflicts with the reality of its academic study? International human rights law, unquestionably an exciting field, is also complex and demanding. With his breakthrough textbook, De Schutter focuses on international human rights law as a global legal system, rather than as a collection of different (though related) rights, giving it relevance and immediacy. Drawing on cases and materials from a wide range of sources, it shows how human rights law is used as a tool to address contemporary issues such as counter-terrorism, global poverty and religious diversity. Materials are organized thematically, allowing readers to make comparisons and connections between different legal treaties and systems. Students can also easily assess how human rights are protected under domestic and international laws. The law is placed in context throughout, ensuring full understanding of why laws exist and how they work.'This remarkable casebook by one of the most brilliant and creative scholars of his generation will be an essential companion for anyone wishing to understand and reflect on the theoretical as well as the practical issues to which the extraordinary development of fundamental rights has given rise at the universal, regional and national levels.' Francoise Tulkens, Judge at the European Court of Human Rights'Through its combined use of international and domestic materials, this groundbreaking book will help readers understand human rights and its inter-related components as a coherent system.' Asbjorn Eide, Professor and former Director of the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, University of Oslo'Well structured and well written. I would be more than willing to recommend this book as compulsory reading for my students.' Caroline Fournet, Senior Lecturer, University of ExeterOlivier De Schutter is the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to food and Professor of Human Rights Law at the Universite Catholique de Louvain, Belgium, and at the College of Europe. A member of the Global Law School Faculty at New York University, he has been Visiting Professor at a number of institutions, most recently at Columbia University. From 2002 to 2006, he chaired the EU Network of Independent Experts on Fundamental Rights, a high-level group of experts which advised the European Union institutions on fundamental rights issues. He has acted on a number of occasions as expert for the Council of Europe and for the European Union. From 2004 until his appointment as the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to food, he was the General Secretary of the International Federation of Human Rights (FIDH) on the issue of globalization and human rights.