Application of the Human Rights Conventions in the Pacific Islands Courts

This paper explores the extent to which Pacific Island Courts have applied United Human Rights Conventions (UNHRC) to domestic law. Attention is applied to article 43(2) of the new Fiji Island Constitution, which specifically authorises the application of public international human rights law in the interpretation of rights.

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