Title:- Human Rights and Humanitarian Law:Developments in Indian and International Law About the book:- Designed as a basic text for MA and LLM students pursuing courses in human rights and related courses, including criminology and legal administration, this book has been developed using the UGC course outline. Divided into eight chapters, it covers a wide range of topics including
- the philosophy of human rights - theories of rights and freedom and their implications - the Indian constitutional framework relating to human rights - the interrelationship of domestic law and Indiaâ€™s obligations under international law - the criminal justice system - the debate about human rights and cultural rights - regional associations and human rights - environmental protection and development issues - international humanitarian and refugee law The methodology adopted in the book aims to integrate the theoretical and practical aspects of learning. Every chapter includes - cross-references and a list of recommended reading - case law wherever relevant
Apart from advanced level law students, this volume will be of interest also to scholars and students of international relations and politics, media personnel, and professionals in the fields of law and criminal justice.
Publisher:- Oxford University Press Publication date:- 2007