"The series of volumes prepared by UNESCO for teaching human rights at higher education level comes to a successful conclusion with the publication of this volume. Human Rights: International Protection, Monitoring, Enforcement takes an institutional approach to the international protection of human rights, examining first the United nation's system, which may be seen as universal, and then analysing regional systems of protection. An indispensable source of information on the protection of human rights, the volume can also be employed as a practical guide to the use of existing procedures in the defence of human rights."--Provided by publisher.
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part, I The United Nations System chapter 1 United Nations Mechanisms to Promote and Protect Human Rights / Zdzislaw Kedzia chapter 2 The International Labour Organization'S System of Human Rights Protection / Lee Swepston chapter 3 UNESCO Procedures for the Protection of Human Rights / Karl Josef Patrick Klaus Hüfner\n * part, II Regional Systems chapter 4 The European Systems for the Protection of Human Rights / Maxime Tardu chapter 5 The Inter-American System for the Protection of Human Rights / Hugo Caminos chapter 6 The Protection of Human Rights in Africa: The African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights / Daniel D.C. Don Nanjira chapter 7 Regional Protection of Human Rights in the Arab States in Statu Nascendi / Bahey El Din Hassan part, III Towards Further Strengthening of Human Rights Protection chapter 8 National Systems for the Protection of Human Rights / Jean-Bernard Marie chapter 9 Criminal Responsibility for Violations of Human Rights / William A. Schabas chapter 10 Sanctions and Human Rights / Katarina Tomaševski chapter 11 Indicators for the Implementation of Human Rights / Michael Kirby chapter 12 The Role of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in the Protection and Enforcement of Human Rights 1 / Laurie S. Wiseberg.