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Law, Culture, And Equality - Human Rights' Influence On Domestic Norms: The Case Of Women In The Americas, Berta E. Hernández-Truyol Oct 2000

Law, Culture, And Equality - Human Rights' Influence On Domestic Norms: The Case Of Women In The Americas, Berta E. Hernández-Truyol

UF Law Faculty Publications

This essay originated with a panel on Alternatives to the Regular Courts that took place during the first Legal and Policy Issues in the Americas conference sponsored by the University of Florida Levin College of Law. Some of the possible alternatives to the courts, in the trade field, that have been discussed include mediation, arbitration, constitutional courts and binational dispute panels. This essay reflects upon another alternative to domestic courts that progressively and increasingly is also being invoked in the trade context: international and regional human rights regimes.

I specifically will review the Inter-American Human Rights System to ascertain the ...


Human Rights In Transition-- Freedom From Fear, Dorothea Beane Apr 2000

Human Rights In Transition-- Freedom From Fear, Dorothea Beane

Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice

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Prison Conditions In Cuba: An Assessment Of Cuba's Compliance With Basic Human Rights Standards, Natasha Parassram Concepcion Jan 2000

Prison Conditions In Cuba: An Assessment Of Cuba's Compliance With Basic Human Rights Standards, Natasha Parassram Concepcion

Human Rights Brief

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