The Universalism of Human Rights

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ISBN: 978-94-007-4509-4 (Print) 978-94-007-4510-0 (Online)

Table of contents (24 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxiii

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    Pages 1-12

    Reflections on the Universality of Human Rights

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    Pages 13-31

    Universal Human Rights in the Law of the United States

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    Pages 33-62

    Diversité culturelle et droits de la personne: la situation au Canada

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    Pages 63-79

    The Impact of the Jurisprudence Inter-American Court of Human Rights on the Chilean Constitutional System

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    Pages 81-101

    The Universal Nature of Human Rights: The Brazilian Stance Within Latin America’s Human Rights Scenario

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    Pages 103-125

    Cultural Relativism vs. Universalism: The South Pacific Reality

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    Pages 127-140

    Implementation of Universal Human Rights Standards in Japan: An Interface of National and International Law

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    Pages 141-154

    Human Rights as the Basis for a New Chinese Constitutionalism

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    Pages 155-173

    Who Is Afraid of Human Rights? A Taiwanese Perspective

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    Pages 175-187

    Russia’s Approach to the Universality of Human Rights

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    Pages 189-207

    The Legal and Constitutional Impact of the European Convention on Human Rights in the United Kingdom

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    Pages 209-221

    The Binding Effect of the ECHR in the United Kingdom – Views from Scotland

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    Pages 223-235

    The Struggle Concerning Interpretative Authority in the Context of Human Rights – The Belgian Experience

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    Pages 237-255

    The Role of Human Rights in the Dutch Legal Order

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    Pages 257-267

    Rule of Law as a Basis for Effective Human Rights Protection: The German Perspective

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    Pages 269-286

    From the Rights of Citizen to the Fundamental Rights of Man: The Italian Experience

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    Pages 287-295

    Le juge en tant que défendeur des droits de l’homme: les observations grecques

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    Pages 297-324

    Universality and Binding Effect of Human Rights from a Portuguese Perspective

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    Pages 325-340

    Human Rights in Times of Global Inequalities: A View from Slovakia

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    Pages 341-355

    Human Rights as a Pillar of Transformation: A Polish Perspective

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