ICJ Review no. 61 (June 1999)

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 is entitled “Globalisation, Human Rights and the rule of Law” and features:

  • Articles:
      -The rule of law in a changing world, by Adama Dieng
      -WIPO and the rule of law in a changing world, by Kamil Idris
      -Globalisation and the rule of law, by Andrew Clapham
      -The direct application of human rights standards to, and by, transnational corporations, by Laurence Dubin
      -The impact of globalisation on human rights: challenges, opportunities and issues to be explored by the International Commission of Jurists, by Marco Sassoli
      -The rights of the defence in the law and practice of the International Criminal Tribunals, by Carlos Lopez-Hurtado
  • Basic texts:
      -The Cape Town Commitment (1998)
      -The Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement (1998)
      -The Worst Forms of Child Labour Convention (1999)

ICJ Review-61-1999-eng (full text in English, PDF)
ICJ Review-61-1999-spa (full text in Spanish, PDF)



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