3 edition of Privacy and human rights 2001 found in the catalog.
Privacy and human rights 2001
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[edited by] Sarah Andrews.|
|Contributions||Andrews, Sarah., Electronic Privacy Information Center., Privacy International (Organization)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 318p. ;|
|Number of Pages||318|
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Analysis of potential future developments. Series Title: Special report. Responsibility: These books are useful adds to any human rights student’s or worker’s repertoire. Jack Donnelly’s Universal Human Rights in Theory and Practice (3 rd Ed., ) is a fundamental text for those studying any area of human rights.
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credit in: HUMR  Human Rights: Theories and Foundations 3. credit in: HUMR  Power Relations and Human Rights 4. credit from: LAWS  Social Justice and Human Rights PHIL  Philosophy of Human Rights PSCI  Politics of Human Rights. Reviews "A useful examination of an important subject.
This work adds important insights into human rights and globalization, a subject that is sure to remain at the center of debate for a considerable time."—David P.
Forsythe, coauthor of The United Nations and Changing World Politics "Brysk and her collaborators have produced the most systematic and comprehensive study to date of The right to privacy is articulated in all of the major international and regional human rights instruments, including: United Nations Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)Article “No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and ://The Human Rights Act of the United Kingdom is the latest in a wave of legislative and constitutional instruments that have been passed in a number of countries (including Canada, New Zealand and South Africa) and which put human rights at the top of the public law agenda.
For the most part, these instruments are widely welcomed by senior judges and by academic and practising lawyers, many :oso//.