Les droits de l'homme

The concept of human rights has emerged in the late 18th century, but was actually imposed after the Second World War.
Human rights are now protected by international commitments, such as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, in legal texts and institutions like the European Court of Human Rights. The European Union and the Belgian Constitution also guarantees fundamental rights.
Recently, human rights are challenged because they reflect primarily a Western view of the world, ideologically oriented. The enlargement of the rights of the second and third generation has strengthened the rights of man, but these new rights are more difficult to implement. The sanctions when human rights are violated are very uneven, despite advances such as the creation of the International Criminal Court.
This file is around this complex issue, paying particular attention to debates surrounding human rights and the standards applicable in Belgium and the European Union. Written in clear, its purpose is educational, not legal.


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Publisher
CRISP - Centre de Recherche et d'Information Socio-Politiques
Imprint
InVisu
Title Part
Numéro 73
Author
Caroline Sägesser,
Collection
Dossier du CRISP
ISSN
00089664
Language
French
Publisher Category
Law > Human Rights
Publisher Category
Law
BISAC Subject Heading
LAW000000 LAW
Onix Audience Codes
06 Professional and scholarly
CLIL (Version 2013-2019)
3259 DROIT
Title First Published
01 January 2009

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Publication Date
21 April 2016
ISBN-13
978-2-930358-71-0
Extent
Main content page count : 32, Absolute page count : 0
Code
978-2-930358-71-0
Dimensions
22 x 28 cm
Weight
99 grams
List Price
14.90 €
ONIX XML
Version 2.1, Version 3

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