Human rights watch

Xem 1-4 trên 4 kết quả Human rights watch
  • "A wonderful report. An attempt to bring rationality where emotion tends to dominate."—Simon Jenkins, former editor of The Times (London) "The reports of the New York-based Human Rights Watch (HRW) have become extremely important. . . . Cogent and eminently practical, these reports have gone far beyond an account of human rights abuses in the country."—Ahmed Rashid, The New York Review of Books Human Rights Watch, under director Kenneth Roth, leads the struggle to focus the world’s eye on human rights issues at home and abroad. Its annual World Report, written in straightfo...

    pdf668p quatet 08-01-2013 22 1   Download

  • African civil law countries are traditionally described as monist and common law countries as dualist. This book illustrates that the monism-dualism dichotomy is too simplistic, in particular in the field of human rights. Academics and practitioners from across the continent illustrate how domestic courts in Africa have engaged with international human rights law to interpret or fill gaps in national bills of rights. The authors also consider the challenges encountered in increasing the use of international human rights law by African domestic courts."--Back cover....

    pdf0p quatet 10-01-2013 20 2   Download

  • n the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), tens of thousands of girls and women have suffered horrific acts of sexual violence. The government army is one of the main perpetrators. Commanders, even when confronted with abuses, have frequently failed to stop sexual violence and may themselves be guilty of war crimes or crimes against humanity as a consequence. In this report, Human Rights Watch looks at sexual violence committed by the army and more specifically the 14th brigade whose case illustrates the failure to enforce respect for humanitarian law.

    pdf62p mymi0809 19-01-2013 17 1   Download

  • The reported rates of illnesses and injuries in the poultry industry are likely to be the tip of the iceberg [National Research Council, 2003]. Workers often see the hazards as part of the job, or they move on to other jobs as they begin to develop symptoms, especially when those symptoms limit work activity [Human Rights Watch, 2004; Lipscomb et al., 2005].

    pdf6p loginnhanh 22-04-2013 10 1   Download

CHỦ ĐỀ BẠN MUỐN TÌM

Đồng bộ tài khoản