School of Human Rights Research series ; v. 37.
Formatted Contents Note
Development of the concept of provisional measures by the ICJ and ITLOS The use of provisional measures in the context of the various human rights systems Halting executions Halting corporal punishment Halting expulsion or extradition in non-refoulement cases Locating and protecting disappeared persons Intervening in detention situations involving risks to health and dignity Ensuring procedural rights to protect the right to life and personal integrity Protecting against death threats and harrassment Protecting (indigenous) cultural and religious rights Halting mass or arbitrary expulsion and forced eviction Provisional measures in other situations Protection Jurisdiction and admissibility Immediacy and risk The legal status of provisional measures in human rights adjudication The official responses of addressee states to provisional measures Follow-up on non-compliance General conclusion Samenvatting.
Text in English, with a summary in Dutch.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 1117-1151) and index.