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ICJ Bulletin no. 30 (June 1967)

This bulletin includes a groundbreaking document to support the establishment of a UN High Commissioner for Human Rights with a decree of independence and prestige required for the performance of his functions under the authority of the General Assembly. (more…)

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ICJ Bulletin no. 27 (September 1966)

Freedom of expression is one of the fundamental requirements of a genuine State under the rule of law. One of the most effective ways of obstructing the rule of law is the creation of strict press censorship. This bulletin develops the case of Spain and its new press law. (more…)

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ICJ Bulletin no. 20 (September 1964)

It is important not to treat in isolation events from their region; the impact and significance had already been felt far beyond its boundaries. This is the case with Brazil and Latin America, as seen in Bulletin no.17 with the Dominican Republic. (more…)

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The Berlin Wall: a defiance of human rights

As a non-political organization, the ICJ is dedicated to the support and advancement of those principles of justice which constitute the basis of the Rule of Law. Respect for fundamental human rights is one such principle. (more…)

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