2 edition of international protection of minorities. found in the catalog.
international protection of minorities.
J. E. S. Fawcett
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Buy International Law and the Rights of Minorities (Clarendon Paperbacks) New Ed by Thornberry, Patrick (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Patrick Thornberry. citizens and as minorities the Scheduled Castes would require special safeguards against the tyranny and discrimination of the majority. The other interpretation. is that the Scheduled Castes differ from a minority and therefore they are not entitled to the protection which can be claimed by a minority.
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This book is a comprehensive, modern study of the important field of international protection of minority rights, focusing on 20th century developments.
Minority rights regimes, which address the issue of group identity and autonomy, have essentially been a stabilising force, buttressing state survivability in the face of claims to self-determination or by: "Carole Fink's Defending the Rights of Others is a masterpiece of exhaustive research, engaging narrative, and lucid analysis that revives and reinterprets the long neglected but critically important subject of the campaign by the European powers to afford protection to religious and ethnic minorities within the new states in Eastern Europe that were carved out of the Ottoman, Habsburg, Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fawcett, J.E.S.
(James Edmund Sandford), International protection of minorities. [London]: Minority Rights. International Protection of Minorities: A Global View From Protection of Minorities to Group Rights The Jewish Question at the Congress of Aix-la-Chapelle, Cited by: The second major focus of this book is to relate international standards on minority protection to South Asian regimes.
Concentrating on India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, the Maldives, and Afghanistan, an endeavor is made to examine the state of minorities and their protection under the domestic regimes.
All those interested in the international protection of national minorities. This book constitutes a relevant working tool for international lawyers and judges, legal advisers, human rights activists and researchers. therefore new minorities. The protection of these minorities was guar-6 M.
Borri, “European Citizenship and National Identities”, Rechtstheorie,Beih Rule of Law, edited by W. Krawietz/ E. Pattari/ A. Erh-Soon Tay, et seq. 7 E.W. Böckenförde, “Die Nation –. offers information related to norms and mechanisms developed to protect the rights of persons belonging to national, ethnic, religious or linguistic minorities.
It includes detailed information about procedures and forums in which minority issues may be raised within the United Nations system and in regional systems. The Rights of Minorities in International Law Croatian International Relations Review, Vol. XI No/39 describe existing, globally and regionally accepted international documents regarding minority protection passed by the United Nations and the main European international organizations.
The International Protection of Minorities in. This book examines the interpretation and application of the right to freedom of religion and belief of new minorities formed by recent migration by the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) and the United Nations Human Rights Committee (HRC).
Part II: Minorities and international law --from past to present Historical evolution of the concept of protection of minorities in international law. Part III: Established rights under international law Minorities and the right to physical existence in international law The second major focus of this book is to relate international standards on minority protection to South Asian regimes.
Concentrating on India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, the Maldives, and Afghanistan, an endeavor is made to examine the state of minorities and their protection under the domestic regimes. of minorities in the Albanian legislation with problems and situation outside the framework of legal protection because of the vacuum of a legal act for minorities, and this paper aims to present some aspects of the problem reflected in its analysis.
Keywords: Minorities, Framework-convention, Council of Europe, fundamental rights and freedoms. brief history on development of international law towards a better protection of minorities (ch.
2), an introduction to contemporary international instruments and mechanisms on minorities (ch. 3), and the rights of minorities under international standards (Ch. Concentrating on eights. Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, - Political Science - pages. 0 Reviews. The issue of minority rights continues to occupy a sensitive position in international law.
Historical as well. This book provides a comprehensive study of the evolution and protection of minorities under international law. Covering ethnic, religious, racial, and cultural minorities, International Law and the Rights of Minorities will interest all scholars of international human rights law, as well as those interested in questions of discrimination on a national scale.
‘ The protection of Minorities Before the United Nations ’, Recuil Des Cours De l'Academie De Droit International, vol.
pp. – Google Scholar Evatt, Elizabeth. Set against previous stages of minority protection under international law, this book discusses the role of courts and court-like bodies, particularly in the Americas, Africa and Europe in articulating and accommodating the interests and needs of ethno-cultural minority groups as part of.
Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law, Minority Protection System between World War I and World War II, by Anna Meijknecht. Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law, Minorities, European Protection, by Rainer Hofmann. Minority Rights Information System (MIRIS) Database.
This book examines whether we are moving towards an integrated regional system of legal provision for minorities. It illustrates the tension between newer member states, many of which have an interest in seeing minority issues addressed, and established members, which remain hesitant in committing themselves fully to a minority rights regime.
In essence, minority protection is about the accommodation of population diversity, which is less sensitive for states that tend to relate minorities to irredentist movements.
The foundational principles of minority protection are related to its underlying justifications: the right to identity and substantive equality.Minorities under international law Who are minorities under international law?
Adopted by consensus inthe United Nations Minorities Declaration in its article 1 refers to minorities as based on national or ethnic, cultural, religious and linguistic identity, and provides that .This book not only provides an in-depth analysis of contemporary international law with respect to the protection of peoples and minorities, but also of the law as it is developing in the post-Cold War era.