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Human Rights Regimes in the Americas by
Call Number: JC599.A45H86
Publication Date: 2010
This book examines the complex role of human rights norms and standards throughout the region, illustrating the evolution and impact of international conventions, laws, and institutions. Through case studies in North, Central, and South America, the volume provides a rich account of the evolving regional environment for rights protection and promotion.
A Guide to Indigenous Peoples' Rights in the Inter-American by
Call Number: KF8210.C5M33
Publication Date: 2002-08-01
This handbook provides indigenous peoples and organizations with practical information to support their effective use of Inter-American human rights mechanisms and procedures for the vindication of their rights.
The Inter-American Human Rights System by
Call Number: KDZ578.I5 D3
Publication Date: 1997
The aim of this work is to provide a narrative account of the human rights system and the jurisprudence which has emerged from its institutions.
The Inter-American System of Human Rights by
Call Number: http://fsu.catalog.fcla.edu/fs.jsp?st=FS026022408&ix=pm&I=0&V=D&pm=1
Publication Date: 1998
This book gives a fresh and fascinating analytical account of the Inter-American Convention of Human Rights, a pact that includes substantive guarantees of economic, social, and cultural rights. These guarantees are examined not only from the US perspective, but also from a Latin American angle, with a considerable focus on amnesty, emergencies, and the protection of minorities and indigenous peoples.