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- UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS



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1948 - UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS

  1. Classic role of customary law – set them up as non-binding, but then people start to invoke these soft, non-binding principles

    1. Indians in Apartheid Case

  2. Article 29 - Some limitations on rights (i.e. free speech)

    1. Trying to determine limits – determined by law – securing due recognition for others rights, and meet “just requirements of morality, public order and the general welfare in a democratic society.”

    2. Very general terms – huge jurisprudence around them

  • 1950 – European Convention on Human Rights – focused on undue state interference with CPR – strong implementation mechanisms


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