5 edition of Human rights & terrorism found in the catalog.
Human rights & terrorism
O. C. Kaligis
|Other titles||Human rights and terrorism|
|Statement||by O.C. Kaligis.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 522 p. :|
|Number of Pages||522|
|LC Control Number||2008338884|
The European Court of Human Rights is the first international Jurisdiction to deal with such a phenomenon. For many decades and through more than four hundred cases, it has elaborated a clear, integrated and articulated body of case law on responses to terrorism from a human rights and rule of law perspective. Let’s go on to your first book which is The Universal Declaration of Human Rights ().That’s a good place to start. Could you just say something about that book? The significance of the Universal Declaration is that it inaugurates a whole new period of thinking about human ’s something very significant about that text, coming after the Second World War, .
The report discusses, inter alia, state terrorism, state-sponsored terrorism and the continuing debate over the applicability of human rights norms to non-state actors, extradition, impunity and the question of periodic review of national counter-terrorism measures and their compliance with human rights. In , the UN Commission on Human. INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN RIGHTS AND DUTIES UNIVERSITY OF PUNE. INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN RIGHTS AND DUTIES No part of this book or the slides shall be reproduced in any manner without the prior mass movements, genocide, racism, torture, human trafficking, terrorism, infighting among individuals, corruption, discriminative practices on theFile Size: 2MB.
While providing a substantive legal analysis of the links between human rights and counter-terrorism, this book provides the tools to successfully argue that a human rights approach does not undermine the fight against terrorism. Through practical examples, it shows that a State’s lack of respect for human rights hinders its fight against. About Terrorism and the Limitation of Rights. Taking as a starting point the widely accepted view that states confronted with terrorism must find a proper equilibrium between their respective obligations of preserving fundamental rights and fighting terrorism effectively, this book seeks to demonstrate how the design and enforcement of a human rights instrument may influence .
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It not only analyses different aspects of terrorism and counter-terrorism (ideology, recruitment, financing, education, support etc) but also explores the roles of the relevant players (courts, security forces, the press, public opinion, inter-governmental organizations, non-governmental organizations etc) and their influence on the measures taken to fight terrorism on the one hand, and safeguarding basic human rights.
The text first looks at the question of defining terrorism, and examines the international and domestic frameworks for countering terrorism. The second part of the book provides an overview and analysis of international and regional human rights law and its capacity to allow for the limitation of rights and freedoms when pursing important objectives such as the countering of terrorism, as well as providing a comparative review of human rights 5/5(1).
Conor Gearty has been writing on human rights, civil liberties and terrorism for over twenty-five years. In this book, his writings on the global, regional and comparative dimensions to his subject are brought together for the first time.
Terrorism and Human Rights discusses the effects of the legal and social aspects of terrorism by examining the relation between security issues and human rights from the angle of international organizations, political bodies and different countries.
Some of the examples covered and which are examined in light. Terrorism and Human Rights: A Perspective from the United Nations 4. The Security Council and Counterterrorism: Global and Regional Approaches to an Elusive Public Good 5. Security and Freedom on the Fulcrum 6. The Human Rights of Anti-terrorism contains timely explorations of some of the most important issues facing the international community today.
The book is a collection of papers by internationally- recognized scholars and thinkers from across Canada and around the world to a June colloquium on Human Rights and Anti-terrorism held in Ottawa. This book poses critical questions about the definition of terrorism, the role of human rights and the push by many governments for more security powers.
It carefully examines the boundaries between crime and thought, crime and war, the domestic and the international and the legal and the illegal-boundaries that were once seen as inviolate, but which have become blurred during. Just as terrorism impacts on human rights and the functioning of society, so too can measures adopted by States to counter terrorism.
As mentioned above, because terrorism has a serious impact on a range of fundamental human rights, States have not only a right but a duty to take effective counter-terrorism measures. Human rights are relevant to terrorism as concerns both its victims and its perpetrators.
The innocent victims of terrorism suffer an attack on their most basic right to live in peace and security. The suspected perpetrators of attacks also have rights, as fellow human beings, in the course of their apprehension and prosecution. They have the. ‘This book a must-read for anyone interested in the fraught relationship between counterterrorism and human rights.
Jayson S. Lamchek takes the reader on a fascinating tour of the complex workings of human rights and terrorism discourses in the Philippines and : Jayson S.
Lamchek. This book engages with the public policy strand of the last decade that has arguably most shaped perceptions of human rights and engendered debates about their worth and meaning. It will be of interest to researchers, academics, practitioners, and students in the fields of human rights law, criminal justice, criminology, politics, and.
This book will be of much interest to students of terrorism studies, political violence, human rights, genocide, and IR in general. Table of Contents Dedication Bruce Hoffman Foreword Louise Richardson 1. This book asks whether human rights, since the 9/11 attacks and the 'war on terror,' are a luxury we can no longer afford, or rights that must always remain a fundamental part of democratic politics, in order to determine the boundary between individual freedom and government tyranny.
This volume brings together leading international lawyers, policy-makers, 3/5(1). This book reinforces our knowledge and understanding of the problems involved in balancing human rights protection and security concerns, considering how these human rights issues have been raised by the various international debates and policy issues which have been created by the continuing global war on : Download Using-human-rights-to-counter-terrorism ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, While providing a substantive legal analysis of the links between human rights and counter-terrorism, this book provides the tools to successfully argue that a human rights approach does not undermine the fight against terrorism.
Through practical. When the smoke cleared, I joined most Argentines of my generation in the view that human rights should never be violated, regardless of the magnitude of the threat.
Recommend this book Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to. Both of these frameworks and the African Human and People’s Rights Commission agree that human rights should be at the center of a counter-terrorism strategy and.
The security versus human rights debate in the fight against terrorism is somewhat a false dichotomy. On the one hand, there is a lack of consensus on the nature and limits of a right to security.
On the other, it is unclear how far the rights of individuals should limit the exercise of state power when the state is faced with a threat that is.
“Counter-Terrorism and the Prospects of Human Rights explains the risks by keeping on the march in this direction. this valuable book exhibits a more than interesting effort to discuss critically the future of democracy in the years to come while interrogating further on the manipulations often suffered by democracy in the hands of populism.” (Maximiliano E.
Brand: Palgrave Macmillan. That is both an abuse of human rights and counterproductive as a policy. You mention the reputation of “Londonistan” and hope that the judges will not stand in the way of a new resolve to close it down.
This is not really a human rights issue. Incitement to terrorism overseas is already an offence under the Terrorism Act. The second part of the book provides an overview and analysis of international and regional human rights law and its capacity to allow for the limitation of rights and freedoms when pursing important objectives such as the countering of terrorism, as well as providing a comparative review of human rights laws in each country.This book: considers recent key domestic decisions in the post-Human Rights Act era, including Campbell, A and Others v Secretary of State for the Home Dept, Ghaidan v Mendoza, R(Gillan) v Commisioner of Police of the Metropolis contains a new chapter on important developments in counter-terrorism law – covering the Anti-Terrorism Crime and Security Act and the Terrorism .Terrorism, Human Rights, and the Case for World Government presents a positive vision for re-inventing globalization.
In the tradition of the great philosophers, Pojman insists that out of adversity we can create a better future.