Human rights and world order; the struggle for human rights in the United Nations.


New York, Oceana Publications [1958] .

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Subjects Civil rights.
Droit international -- Organisations internationales.
Menschenrecht.
United Nations.
Vereinte Nationen.
Weltordnung.
Description 239 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date [1958]
Notes Includes index and bibliographical notes.
Contents Ch. 1. Human Rights and the International Community -- Ch. 2. Implementation of Charter Provisions: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights -- Ch. 3. Nature and Limitations of United Nations Practices and Procedures -- Ch. 4. Intervention in Specific Human Rights Issues -- Ch. 5. General Program for Promotion of Human Rights -- Ch. 6. Interim Measures and Supplementary Programs -- Ch. 7. Importance of Covenants on Human Rights -- Ch. 8. Meaning and Purpose of Implementation -- Ch. 9. Importance of the Right of Initiative -- Ch. 10. Right of Individual Petition -- Ch. 11. A United Nations Attorney-General for Human Rights -- Ch. 12. A Universal Covenant and Regional Implementations -- Ch. 8. Conclusions.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)976758
(OCoLC)ocm00976758
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WorldCat Identities Moskowitz, Moses.
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