The Universalism of Human Rights

The Universalism of Human Rights

by Rainer Arnold (Editor)


View All Available Formats & Editions
Choose Expedited Shipping at checkout for guaranteed delivery by Friday, January 25

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9789400792838
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 09/19/2014
Series: Ius Gentium: Comparative Perspectives on Law and Justice , #16
Edition description: 2013
Pages: 424
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.04(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction.- Chapter 1 Reflections on the Universality of Human Rights; Rainer Arnold.- Chapter 2 Universal Human Rights in the Law of the United States; Mortimer Sellers.- Chapter 3 Diversité culturelle et droits de la personne : la situation au Canada; Frédérique Sabourin.- Chapter 4 The Impact of the Jurisprudence Inter-American Court of Human Rights on the Chilean Constitutional System; José Ignasio Martínez Estay .- Chapter 5 The Universal Nature of Human Rights: the Brazilian Stance within Latin America’s Human Rights Scenario; Marcelo Figueiredo.- Chapter 6 Cultural Relativism vs. Universalism: the South Pacific Reality; Jennifer Corrin.- Chapter 7 Implementation of Universal Human Rights Standards in Japan: An Interface of National and International Law; Kohki Abe.- Chapter 8 Human Rights as the Basis for a New Chinese Constitutionalism; Mo Jihong.- Chapter 9 Who Is Afraid of Human Rights? A Taiwanese Perspective; Yean-Sen Teng.- Chapter 10 Russia’s Approach to the Universality of Human Rights; Daria Trenina and Mark Entin.- Chapter 11 The Legal and Constitutional Impact of the European Convention on Human Rights in the United Kingdom; Steven Greer .- Chapter 12 The Binding Effect of ECHR in the United Kingdom - Views from Scotland; Jim Murdoch.- Chapter 13 The Struggle over the Interpretative Authority: the Belgian Experience; Matthias Storme.- Chapter 14 The Role of Human Rights in the Dutch Legal Order; Cedric Ryngaert.- Chapter 15 Rule of Law as a Basis for Effective Human Rights Protection: the German Perspective.- Norman Weiß.- Chapter 16 From the Rights of Citizen to Fundamental Rights of Man: The Italian Experience.- Alessandro Pace.- Chapter 17 Le juge en tant que défendeur des droits de l'homme: les observations grecques; Michail Vrontakis.- Chapter 18 Universality and Binding Effect of Human Rights from a Portuguese Perspective; Ana Maria Guerra Martins and Miguel Prata Roque.- Chapter 19 Human Rights in Times of Global Inequalities. A View from Slovakia; Darina Macková.- Chapter 20 Human Rights as a Pillar of Transformation: a Polish Perspective; Ewa Łętowska.- Chapter 21 Human Rights Protection in a New EU Member State: the Czech Example; Pavel Šturma.- Chapter 22 Multidimensional Protection of Universal Human Rights in Hungary; Nóra Chronowski, Tímea Drinóczi and József Petrétei.- Chapter 23 Croatia: Developing Judicial Culture of Fundamental Rights; Siniša Rodin.- Chapter 24 The Implementation of Human Rights Universality Principle in Ukraine; Alla Fedorova and Olena Sviatun.- Index.

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See All Customer Reviews