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by B. P. Sahgal
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Pages: 654 pages
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Date Added: 2006-05-17
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The concept of human rights has assumed importance globally during the past few decades and has international significance as every country is subject to international scrutiny by the world body which indicts member states for violations. While there is increasingly widespread concern for universal respect and observance of human rights, gross violation of internationally recognised norms continue unabated in almost all parts of the world. The overall situation has been characterised by large scale breaches of civil and political rights, as well as economic, social and cultural rights. The rights to life, to an adequate standard of living, to freedom of expression, to protection from torture and inhuman treatment, arbitrary arrest and many of the common standards of achievement for all people and all nations are as far from realisation now, as ever. The obligations set out in the course of international conventions and multilateral treaties for the promotion and protection of human rights and accepted by most of the Governments are flouted by them with impunity.

In this timely book the various learned contribu¬tors discuss critically the various facets of the Human Rights problem and protection in Indian and global perspective.


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The concept of human rights has assumed importance globally during the past few decades and has international significance as every country is subject to international scrutiny by the world body which indicts member states for violations. While there is increasingly widespread concern for universal respect and observance of human rights, gross violation of internationally recognised norms continue unabated in almost all parts of the world. The overall situation has been characterised by large scale breaches of civil and political rights, as well as economic, social and cultural rights. The rights to life, to an adequate standard of living, to freedom of expression, to protection from torture and inhuman treatment, arbitrary arrest and many of the common standards of achievement for all people and all nations are as far from realisation now, as ever. The obligations set out in the course of international conventions and multilateral treaties for the promotion and protection of human rights and accepted by most of the Governments are flouted by them with impunity.

In this timely book the various learned contribu¬tors discuss critically the various facets of the Human Rights problem and protection in Indian and global perspective.

Contents include:

  • Socio-political Dimensions of Human Rights in India

  • Liberalism, Human Rights and Political Theory:
  • A Third World Critique; Human Rights in India and Role of Ruling Congress Party

  • Human Rights as the Base Component of Democratic State

  • Socio-Economic Disparities and Violation of Human Rights

  • Education in India a Fundamental Right:
  • Myth or Reality

  • Indian Family and Ethical Dilemmas of Human Right to Development

  • Human Rights of Women in India

  • Human Rights of Children in Jammu and Kashmir

  • Child and Human Rights:
  • An Insight

  • Indian Constitution and Human Rights

  • Media and Human Rights

  • Police Atrocities, Human Rights and Judicial Wisdom

  • Social Backwardness and Human Rights in India

  • Human Rights in the Buddhist Perspective

  • Violation of Human Rights and Indiscriminate Arrests-An Appraisal of Constitutional Safeguards for Personal Liberty

  • Implementation of Human Rights

  • Constitutional Mandate and the Worker

  • Right to Privacy in India

  • Realisation of Speedy justice in Criminal Proceedings

  • Safeguarding Human Rights against Custodial Crimes

  • Human Rights and TADA

  • Evidence as to Immoral Character of Rape Victim

  • Beggary in Abrasion of Human Dignity

  • Right to Live in Healthy Environment vis-a-vis Human Excretion

  • Human Right to Adequate Housing; Monetary Compensation for Violation of Human Rights

  • Environment Laws and Human Rights

  • Dowry System in India

  • Health Hazards of Workers in the Silk Factories

  • Role of Women in the Environmental Protection

  • Human Rights of Women-International Standards and the Indian Law

  • Right to Self-Determination in Jammu and Kashmir

  • The Evolution of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedom of Individuals

  • Terrorism-Sans Human Rights:
  • Challenge for NGO's, HRCs and HRO's

  • Cries of Human Rights Violations and the Role of Human Rights Organisations

  • National Human Rights Commission:
  • Credibility and Acceptance

  • Programmes and Perspectives of NHRC towards Protection of Human Rights in - India

  • Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993A Plea for its Active Work in Jammu & Kashmir State

  • Human Rights and J & K Refugees of 1947 Partition

  • World Trade Liberalisation and Human Rights of Workers in Developing Countries

  • The Role of Internationa! Committee of Red Cross (ICRC):
  • In implementing and enforcing the Humanitarian Law and Human Rights Law

  • Afro-Asian and Latin American (AALA) Perspective

  • Human Rights in Developing Countries:
  • Some Policy and Legal Considerations

  • Self-determination as the 'Key to all other Human Rights'; etc.

This book will be of use to all Human Rights organisations, judges and lawyers, politicians and statesmen, scholars and students and all others interested in the problem and protection of Human Rights.


 
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