Direct International Human Rights Obligations of Non-state Actors: A Legal and Ethical Necessity
Wolf Legal Publishers (WLP), 2017 - 454 páginas
Addressing the reality that non-state actors do violate human rights in practice, which cannot be overlooked, author NicolÃ?Â?Ã?Â¡s Carrillo-Santarelli argues that the foundations and main principles of international human rights law call for the regulation of direct non-state obligations and responsibilities, given the potential failure of domestic actions and the limits of voluntary strategies. In part I, the author presents his ideas on why non-state abuses should be regarded as human rights violations and wrongful acts. Part II studies why direct protection from non-state violations is possible, and what legal mechanisms and institutions permit to make it effective. The final Chapter turns to the examination of the mechanisms that can be used to respond to or prevent non-state violations of human rights law. This book is based on the idea that the protagonists of human rights law are individuals, who deserve protection from all abusers, be them States, armed groups, international organizations, or other actors. Revised Dissertation. [Subject: Human Rights Law, International Law]
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