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Law Relating to Human Rights (In International and National Laws and Constitutions)

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General Information  
Author(s)Prof S R Bhansali
PublisherUniversal Law Publishing Co Pvt Ltd.
ISBN9789350352731
Pages1415
BindingHardcover
LanguageEnglish
Publish YearJanuary 2013

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Universal Law Publishing Co Pvt Ltd. Law Relating to Human Rights (In International and National Laws and Constitutions) by Prof S R Bhansali

This is a pioneering work in the field of 'Human Rights in International and National laws and Constitutions'. This work is based on deep study and research done by the author in the field of Human Rights in general and intricate issues relating to Human Rights in particular. The book contains a comparative study of Natural Rights and Human Rights and Human Rights and Fundamental Rights. The book contains a thorough study of different International Instruments on Human Rights, Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Covenants on Civil and Political Rights and Economic, Social and Cultural rights, Elimination of all forms of racial discrimination, Conventions against torture and other cruel treatment and punishment, and various norms adopted by the ILO. It contains in-depth study of Regional Instruments on Human Rights and important decisions of European Court on Human Rights. The protections of Human Rights in various Constitutions of important countries, the role of judiciary and National Commission on Human Rights have also been discussed at length. The book contains in detail the study of Human Rights of women, children, prisoners, persons below poverty line, SC/ST and backward class people, Ethnic religious and linguistic minorities, old persons and disabled persons. The Chapters relating to Right to Information, Right to Education, Right to clean Environment and Right to Public Health have added beauty to the book. The book has been carefully conceived and meticulously prepared as it contains answers to all problems of Human Rights. The book will prove a treasure in the libraries and will enable the advocates, judges, law students, and legal scholars to find out the International standards of Human Rights. It is scholarly exposition of a difficult subject and may be confidently expected to provide reliable guidance to all those engaged in the research of law relating to Human Rights.