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The future of UN human rights treaty monitoring / edited by Philip Alston and James Crawford.

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    Book cover

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    Format
    Book
    Published
    Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2000
    Contents
    The UN human rights treaty system : a system in crisis? / James Crawford
    Part A. The UN human rights monitoring system in action. Individual claims in a world of massive violations : what role for the Human Rights Committee? / Henry J. Steiner
    Decision-taking in the committee on the elimination of racial discrimination / Michael Banton
    The Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women at the crossroads / Mara R. Bustelo
    The reporting process under the Convention on the Rights of the Child / Gerison Lansdown
    The Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights : catalyst for change in a system needing reform / Scott Leckie
    Country
    oriented procedures under the Convention against Torture : towards a new dynamism / Roland Bank
    UN human rights reporting procedures : an NGO perspective / Andrew Clapham
    Part B. National influences and responses. Making human rights treaty obligations a reality : working with new actors and partners / Anne Gallagher
    Domestic implementation of international human rights treaties : Nordic and Baltic experiences / Martin Scheinin
    The domestic impact of international human rights standards : the Japanese experience / Yuji Iwasawa
    The role of human rights treaty standards in domestic law : the Southern African experience / John Dugard
    Uses and abuses of the treaty reporting procedure : Hong Kong between two systems / Andrew Byrnes
    The United States and the international human rights treaty system : for export only? / Stefanie Grant
    Part C. Regional and sectoral comparisons. Reporting in the Inter-American system of human rights protection / Antônio Augusto Cançado Trindade
    Lessons from the reporting system of the European Social Charter / David Harris
    The role of reporting in international environmental treaties : lessons for human rights supervision / Daniel Bodansky
    Part D. Common challenges for the treaty bodies. The problem of overlapping among different treaty bodies / Eric Tistounet
    Bodies of knowledge: a diversity promotion role for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights / Craig Scott
    Treaty bodies responding to states of emergency : the case of Bosnia and Herzegovina / Michael O'Flaherty
    Ensuring effective supervisory procedures : the need for resources / Elizabeth Evatt
    Servicing and financing human rights supervision / Markus Schmidt
    Part E. Looking to the future. Beyond 'them' and 'us' : putting treaty body reform into perspective / Philip Alston.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Alston, Philip.
    Crawford, James, 1948-
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    The UN human rights treaty system : a system in crisis? / James Crawford -- Part A. The UN human rights monitoring system in action. Individual claims in a world of massive violations : what role for the Human Rights Committee? / Henry J. Steiner -- Decision-taking in the committee on the elimination of racial discrimination / Michael Banton -- The Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women at the crossroads / Mara R. Bustelo -- The reporting process under the Convention on the Rights of the Child / Gerison Lansdown -- The Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights : catalyst for change in a system needing reform / Scott Leckie -- Country--oriented procedures under the Convention against Torture : towards a new dynamism / Roland Bank -- UN human rights reporting procedures : an NGO perspective / Andrew Clapham -- Part B. National influences and responses. Making human rights treaty obligations a reality : working with new actors and partners / Anne Gallagher -- Domestic implementation of international human rights treaties : Nordic and Baltic experiences / Martin Scheinin -- The domestic impact of international human rights standards : the Japanese experience / Yuji Iwasawa -- The role of human rights treaty standards in domestic law : the Southern African experience / John Dugard -- Uses and abuses of the treaty reporting procedure : Hong Kong between two systems / Andrew Byrnes -- The United States and the international human rights treaty system : for export only? / Stefanie Grant -- Part C. Regional and sectoral comparisons. Reporting in the Inter-American system of human rights protection / Antônio Augusto Cançado Trindade -- Lessons from the reporting system of the European Social Charter / David Harris -- The role of reporting in international environmental treaties : lessons for human rights supervision / Daniel Bodansky -- Part D. Common challenges for the treaty bodies. The problem of overlapping among different treaty bodies / Eric Tistounet -- Bodies of knowledge: a diversity promotion role for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights / Craig Scott -- Treaty bodies responding to states of emergency : the case of Bosnia and Herzegovina / Michael O'Flaherty -- Ensuring effective supervisory procedures : the need for resources / Elizabeth Evatt -- Servicing and financing human rights supervision / Markus Schmidt -- Part E. Looking to the future. Beyond 'them' and 'us' : putting treaty body reform into perspective / Philip Alston.

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    English
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    ISBN
    0521641950
    0521645743 (pbk.)
    Physical Description
    xxxv, 563 p. ; 24 cm.

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