Confronting the Human Rights Act : contemporary themes and perspectives /
- Publication info:
- London ; New York : Routledge, 2012.
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
- Corporate Subject:
- Confronting the Human Rights Act : contemporary themes and perspectives / edited by Nicolas Kang-Riou, Jo Milner, and Suryia Nayak.
- Other Authors:
London ; New York : Routledge, 2012
- Physical Description:
xi, 333 p. ; 25 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents
- Confronting the legalization of human rights: a counterpoint / Nicolas Kang-Riou
- The Human Rights Act : origins and intentions / Francesca Klug
- High points and low points in the first ten years: a view from the bench / Brenda Hale
- Human rights protection in Australia: the Commonwealth's odd one out? / Michael Kirby
- Inspired by the Human Rights Act : the Victorian Charter of Human Rights and responsibilities / Diane Sisely
- Human rights in an age of terror / Irene Khan
- Doughty defenders of the Human Rights Act / Keith Ewing
- Limits and achievements of the Human Rights Act from the socio-economic point of view: the HRA, poverty and social exclusion / Alice Donald and Elizabeth Mottershaw
- The Human Rights Act and assisted dying: the (most) unkindest cut of all? / Jo Milner and Lisbeth Bourne
- What potential does the Human Rights Act hold for domestic violence groups? / Ronagh McQuigg
- Feminism, women, rape and social change / Catherine Little and Kate Cook
- Testimony, tolerance and hospitality: the limitations of the Human Rights Act in relation to asylum seekers / Suryia Nayak and Revive & The Salford Forum for Refugees & People Seeking Asylum United for Change Campaign Group
- The politics of protest and the Human Rights Act / Peter Tatchell
- Blacklisting of trade unionists: what is the point of human rights law? / Dave Smith and Keith Ewing
- Security, citizenship and responsibilities beyond the Human Rights Act: towards a British bill of rights and responsibilities in the UK / Derek McGhee
- Replacing the Human Rights Act with a British bill of rights: creating greater Parliamentary autonomy on human rights matters? / Helen Fenwick.