Indigenous peoples might engage with the UN and larger bodies to address climate change through careful organizing, mobilizing public interest, and connecting over the Internet.
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Universal Periodic Review: A Potent Process for the Realization of Human Rights in Indigenous Homela
Indigenous peoples are able to implement human rights frameworks in their own communities through the process Professor Cooper outlines in this article.
Realizing Women’s Rights: the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against W
In this article, Professor Joshua Cooper outlines the process by which women might use the UN Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women to hold their governments accountable to preserving their rights.
The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights guarantees transparency from member states, which are asked to outline how they preserve such rights within their nations.
The Responsibility to Protect doctrine (R2P) is not a new idea. It has been at the heart of the United Nations General Assembly discussions since 1946. Thus credit must be given to the International Law Commission and their magnum opus over the past 70 years on the responsibilities of states. The Security Council is the only means through which a state can legally intervene in the affairs of another state. This is determined by the legalities of a breach of International Peace and Security. Each participatory state of the United Nations is responsible for supplying in a timely manner the
Mr. Christof Heyns, Dean of Law at the University of Pretoria, provides a regional perspective on human rights law in Africa. Available in English, Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, and Spanish.
The University of Minnesota Human Rights Library’s list of every country’s ratification of international human rights treaties. Edited and updated by Ilhan Isik (2004) and Taobo Zheng (2008).
This manual is one component of a two-part package of materials for training
on human rights monitoring for UN human rights officers and other human rights monitors. The human rights monitoring package also includes a loose-leaf trainer’s guide. This Training Manual provides practical guidance principally for the conduct of human rights monitoring in United Nations field operations, but it may also be useful to other human rights monitors.