International Human Rights Law (LAW2142) lecture and seminar notes from the University of Leeds. Written in 2021, these are 127 pages long.

  • Class Year
  • 2021
  • Grade
  • 81%
  • Number of Pages
  • 127
  • Staff Rating
  • 5/5

These International Human Rights Law (LAW2142) notes include 40 lectures and 5 seminars. These notes are clearly written with all the required details. External sources are included where necessary.

Covered lecture topics are:

  • Intro to Human Rights
  • The Concept of IHRL
  • Sources of IHRL
  • Global Mechanisms
  • Regional Mechanisms
  • Right to Life
  • Bodily Integrity
  • The Right to Liberty and Security
  • Refugees
  • Freedom of Religion or Belief
  • Freedom of Expression
  • Gender Discrimination and LGBT equality
  • Racial Discrimination
  • Socio-Economic Rights
  • Right to Work and Health
  • IHRL and People with Disabilities
  • Children’s Rights
  • Cultural Heritage
  • Development and Poverty

Covered seminars are:

  1. The Concept and Sources of IHRL
  2. Global and Regional Systems of IHRL
  3. Life, Bodily Integrity, and Liberty
  4. Equality and Anti-discrimination
  5. Socio-economic Protections and Children’s Rights

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