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open-access-imgOpen AccessInternational Human Rights Instruments and Laws
Author(s)
Adele Khudr
Publication year1970
Publication title
al-raida journal
Resource typeJournals
PublisherEscienta Ltd
The second half of the twentieth century has witnessed a strive of the international community to promote respect for human rights and fundamental freedomseverywhere in the world. Within this context, the greatest achievement of the United Nations (UN) system is considered to be the creation of a body ofinternational human rights instruments and laws, amongst them those pertaining to the administration of justice and the protection of prisoners. The present article reviews the concept of international human rights law, the instruments relating to the protection of prisoners and the way these instruments address the issue of women prisoners.
Subject(s)archaeology , context (archaeology) , economic justice , fundamental rights , geography , human rights , international community , international human rights law , international law , law , political science , politics
Language(s)English
ISSN0259-9953
DOI10.32380/alrj.v0i0.501

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