Dissertations on Human Rights

Human Rights are the rights and principles that each and every individual is entitled to throughout their life. Human Rights represent the values and the basic rights that any person should expect, and are protected by international law.

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FGM Within an International Human Rights Legal Frame work
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Introduction: Chapter 3:  FGM Within an International Human Rights Legal Frame work In the post- world war II era, the international treaties signed by various countries has been the most contemporal base for hum... Last modified: 10th Dec 2019

Peace, Democracy, and Human Rights in Colombia
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Introduction: The field of democracy promotion can appear to be a rather vague one, in which the concepts and process are perhaps unknown, especially regarding the purpose. To some, democracy promotion may appear ... Last modified: 10th Dec 2019

Resurgence of the Alien Tort Statute Litigation
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Introduction: Corporate Responsibility For Harm Caused Inconsistent With The “Laws Of Nations”: The Use Of “Vigilance Laws” As An Attempt At An Effective ATS Litigation Introduction. With the rise of glo... Last modified: 10th Dec 2019

Effects of Criminalising Forced Marriage
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Introduction: Introduction: The following dissertation will discuss and evaluate the effect and likely outcome of criminalising forced marriages (FM). It is important to define what a FM is as there are several my... Last modified: 9th Dec 2019

What Can Be Learned from Rwanda in 1994 and Kenya in 2007-08
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Introduction: The Response to Failed Leadership: What Can Be Learned from Rwanda in 1994 and Kenya in 2007-08 “The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the ... Last modified: 9th Dec 2019

Modern Day Slavery in the UK and Anti-Modern Slavery Measures
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Introduction: To what extent does slavery still exist in the 21st Century United Kingdom, what is being done and how effective are the anti-modern slavery measures currently enforced by the government?   Table of... Last modified: 9th Dec 2019

Humanitarian Aid Workers’ Stress
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Introduction: Humanitarian Aid Workers’ Stress INTRODUCTION A core tenet of the Transactional Model of Stress and Coping (Lazarus & Folkman, 1984, 1987) is that the same stressor can be perceived differently ... Last modified: 9th Dec 2019

1763 Royal Proclamation for Recognition of Indigenous Rights
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Introduction: In 1763, The Royal Proclamation set out guidelines for European settlement of Indigenous territories in what is now North America. The Royal Proclamation was initially issued by King George III to of... Last modified: 9th Dec 2019

Hunger Strikes: Legal and Ethical Challenges
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Introduction:   Assignment 1     Introduction Terminology Prominent hunger strikes in history Introduction to the state of research “Triangle” of forms of self-directed violence On the effectiven... Last modified: 9th Dec 2019

History of Abortion Laws in the US
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Introduction: The Roe v. Wade Case Introduction In the Roe v. Wade case of 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court decided 7-2, that a woman’s constitutional right to privacy extends to a woman’s right to make he... Last modified: 9th Dec 2019

National and International Protection Policies for Children
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Introduction: All practitioners working to safeguard children must understand their responsibilities and duties fully as set out in government, legislation and guidance. There is no piece of legislation that cover... Last modified: 9th Dec 2019

Offshore Processing of Refugees: Human Rights Law Implications
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Introduction: A. Research Essay ‘Offshore processing’ is a recurring idea within the European context. Drawing on lessons from Australia, what are the international refugee and human rights law implic... Last modified: 9th Dec 2019

Literature Review on Voluntary and Forced Migration
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Introduction: 1. Literature review 1.1. Modern migrations: between voluntary and forced migration Migration is certainly not a new phenomenon, despite being a key social issue in current European politics on a loc... Last modified: 9th Dec 2019

Economic, Social and Cultural Rights as a Human Right
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Introduction: ‘While the status of civil and political rights as human rights is largely uncontested, this is less true for economic, social and cultural rights’. Critically discuss. INTRODUCTION ESCR h... Last modified: 6th Dec 2019

Comparing US and India's Abortion Laws
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Introduction: A REFLECTION OF AMERICAN JURISPRUDENCE ON THE INDIAN MILIEU OF LIBERALISED ABORTION POLICIES Abortion laws originated in the United Kingdom as early as 1803, but the credit of revolutionizing abortion... Last modified: 6th Dec 2019