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Promoting Human Rights Through Bills of Rights: Comparative Perspectives

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In recent years the international community has continued to adopt a flow of both binding and non-binding human rights instruments. But despite the significant domestic impact of these developments, most of the literature on human rights has focused on international procedures and institutions, to the neglect of domestic legal arrangements.
In this timely volume Professor
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Hardcover, 584 pages
Published January 27th 2000 by OUP Oxford
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