ICJ Review no. 52 (June 1994)

The purpose of the Review is to focus attention on the problems in regard to which lawyers can make their contribution to society in their respective areas of influence and to provide them with the necessary information and data.

This edition features articles on:

  • Human rights in the world:
    • -Bahrain
    • -Bolivia
    • -Iraq
    • -Mexico
  • Articles:
    • -Resettlement or repatriation: screened-out Vietnamese child asylum seekers and the Convention on the Rights of the Child, by Daniel O’Donnell
    • -Rethinking Bosnia and Herzegovina’s right of self defence: a comment by Winston P. Nagan
    • -Towards the international responsibility of the UN in human rights violations during “peace-keeping” operations: the case of Somalia, by Willy Lubin
    • -Equality: between hegemony and subsidiarity by Eric Heinze
  • Commentary:
    • -The UN Commission on Human Rights:50th Session
  • Judicial application of the rule of law:
      • -Aloeboetoe

et al. 

    • vs. Republic of Suriname: a judgement of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights
  • Basic texts:
    • -Declaration on the Rights of Persons Belonging to National or Ethnic, Religious and Linguistic Minorities
    • -The Madrid Principles on the Relationship between the Media and Judicial Independence
    • -Towards a professional, independent and effective Arab human rights movement – closing statement of a workshop held between 5-7 January 1994 in Amman, Jordan

ICJ Review-52-1994-eng (full text in English, PDF)
ICJ Review-52-1994-spa (full text in Spanish, PDF)

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