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Enforcement of Human Rights under Regional Mechanisms: a Comparative Analysis

By Fekadeselassie F. Kidanemariam

Abstract

This is a study about the protection of human rights by regional human rights bodies. The thesis identifies the major regional human rights protection systems i.e. the African human rights system, the inter-American human rights System and the European human rights system. The paper examines the types of mechanisms employed by each regional system and examines each mechanism. The three major mechanisms dealt with in this work are inter-state complaints, state reporting, country reports, finally individual complaints, and execution of the judgments rendered by these regional bodies. The thesis analyzes the procedures involved in each of these mechanisms and examines the rate of success of each mechanism. Finally, it will make a recommendation for each regional system and each protection mechanism

Topics: African Commission;human rights, European Court of Human Rights, Inter-American Commission, African Union, Organization of American States, regional human rights systems, Human Rights Law, International Law
Publisher: Digital Commons @ Georgia Law
Year: 2006
OAI identifier: oai:digitalcommons.law.uga.edu:stu_llm-1079
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