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Download e-book for iPad: Access to justice as a human right by Francesco Francioni

By Francesco Francioni

ISBN-10: 019923308X

ISBN-13: 9780199233083

ISBN-10: 0199233098

ISBN-13: 9780199233090

In foreign legislations, as in the other felony procedure, recognize and defense of human rights could be assured basically via the supply of powerful judicial treatments. whilst a correct is violated or harm is prompted, entry to justice is of basic value for the injured person and it's an integral part of the guideline of legislation. but, entry to justice as a human correct continues to be frustrating in overseas legislations. First, simply because person entry to foreign justice continues to be unparalleled and in accordance with particular treaty preparations, instead of on basic rules of foreign legislation; moment, simply because even if such correct is assured as a question of treaty legal responsibility, different norms or doctrines of foreign legislations may possibly successfully bog down its workout, as relating to sovereign immunity or non reviewability of UN protection Council measures without delay affecting participants. additional, even entry to family criminal treatments is ache end result of the constraints placed via defense threats, similar to terrorism, at the complete defense of freedom and human rights.

This number of essays deals seven targeted views at the current prestige of entry to justice: its improvement in general overseas legislations, the strain wear it in occasions of emergency, its challenging workout when it comes to violations of the legislations of warfare, its software to torture sufferers, its improvement within the case legislations of the UN Human Rights Committee and of the ecu court docket of Human Rights, its software to the rising box of environmental justice, and eventually entry to justice as a part of primary rights in ecu law.

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Catherine Redgwell is Professor of International Law at University College London, having previously held positions at the Universities of Oxford, Nottingham, and Manchester. She is also Joint General Editor of the International and Comparative Law Quarterly. Professor Redgwell’s research interests lie in the public international law field, especially international energy law and international environmental law, in which she has published widely. Forthcoming publications include co-authoring, with Professor Alan Boyle, the third edition of Birnie and Boyle’s International Law and the Environment (Oxford University Press) and as co-editor and contributor to Beyond the Carbon Economy (Oxford University Press).

Martin Scheinin is Professor of Constitutional and International Law at Åbo Akademi University, where he is also Director of the Institute for Human Rights. He leads the Nordic School in Human Rights Research, which is a cooperative framework for doctoral studies in the field of human rights in the five Nordic countries. From 1997 to 2004 he was a member of the Human Rights Committee under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. Currently he serves as the United Nations special rapporteur on human rights and counter-terrorism.

Here, access to local justice is at the same time the object of a right, guaranteed under the international standard of treatment of aliens, and of a legal duty, or legal onus, in as much as it constitutes a prerequisite for the exercise of the right of diplomatic protection by the national state of the alien. Besides the law on the treatment of aliens, the individual right of access to justice emerges in international law also in connection with the progressive development in the twentieth century of the capacity of private persons to bring a claim before international tribunals and a variety of international bodies, such as war claims commissions and mixed commissions, which foreshadow the contemporary development of judicial institutions where private persons have the right of direct access to justice at the international level.

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