1. Human rights are not aspirational, rather they are meant to be realised. This book is organised into six parts: International Human Rights Law in General; European Human Rights Law; Inter-American and African Human Rights Law; International Human Rights Law, International Criminal Law and International Humanitarian Law; International Human Rights Law, Extraordinary Rendition and Forced Disappearances; and the International and National Protect...
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  2. The Netherlands Institute of Human rights (SIM) celebrates its 30th anniversary together with the valedictory lecture of one if its pioneers, Fried van Hoof. In 30 years the role of the regional human rights instruments and institutions has changed: their impact increased and thus more debate on their roles takes place. As the instruments and institutions are never a goal as such, but tools to increase social justice, the question has been rai...
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  3. Procedural Justice?

    Publication date: September 2, 2011

    In early 2006, the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights called for more detailed research into the relevant international standards and national and international practices concerning the role of victims in criminal proceedings. In response to this call and the increased attention paid to victims at international criminal institutions, this study explores the role of victims in international criminal proceedings.
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