Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
1. A comparative perspective on the Bill of Rights / Johannes Chan, Yash Ghai pt. I. The Hong Kong Bill of Rights 2. The Hong Kong Bill of Rights 1991: its origin, content and impact / Philip Dykes 3. The Hong Kong Bill of Rights: a judicial perspective / Derek Cons 4. The Hong Kong Bill of Rights: a critique / Nihal Jayawickrama 5. The Hong Kong Bill of Rights and relations between private individuals / Andrew Byrnes
pt. II. Sources, interpretation and limitations 6. Sources of human rights law and the Hong Kong Bill of Rights / Richard Lillich 7. Interpreting the Hong Kong Bill of Rights: techniques and principles / Manfred Nowak 8. Derogations and limitations in the Hong Kong Bill of Rights / Yash Ghai
pt. III. Implementation and enforcement 9. Human rights advocacy in practice / Anthony Lester 10. Human rights: the role of the judge / Michael Kirby 11. Human rights commissions: reflections on the Australian experience / Peter Bailey 12. The role of nongovernmental organizations in the promotion and protection of human rights / Theo van Boven pt. IV. Impact on substantive rights 13. Freedom of opinion and freedom of expression / Kevin Boyle 14. The impact of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms on the law enforcement responsibilities of the Canadian police / Patrick Cummins 15. The impact of the Charter on the Administration of Criminal Justice in Canada: rhetoric or revolution? / Rosemary Cairns Way 16. Women, the family and the constitutional protection of privacy / Bertha Wilson 17. Equality and discriminatory practices / Walter Tarnopolsky
pt. V. A comparative view 18. The practice of the human rights committee under the ICCPR: a presentation and assessment of the potential impact of international human rights law / Torkel Opsahl 19. Human rights and socialism: India's unfinished experiment / Rajeev Dhavan 20. Indian experience with fundamental freedoms / Soli Sorabjee 21. Constitutional protection of human rights: the Chinese view under the notion of 'one country, two systems' / Gong Xiang Rui 22. Philippine experience in enforcing a Bill of Rights: political realities and judicial perspectives / Abraham Sarmiento.
KNR209.5 .H66 1993
Available in Other Form
Online version: Hong Kong Bill of Rights. Hong Kong ; Austin, Tex. : Butterworths Asia, 1993
Hong Kong ; Austin, Tex. : Butterworths Asia, 1993.