Civil Responsibility for Gross Human Rights Violations - The Need for a Global Instrument

Civil Responsibility for Gross Human Rights Violations - The Need for a Global Instrument, Pretoria University Law Press, 2007

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Sascha Dov Bachmann

Canberra Law School; NATO SHAPE; Swedish Defence University (FHS)

Date Written: 2007

Abstract

This monograph provides a detailed description and analysis of the existing possibilities of establishing civil liability for gross human rights violations at the regional and international scale and concludes with the recommendation that only a merged system of the existing means of human rights protection will ensure effective human rights protection at a global scale.

Keywords: Human Rights, Reparations, Remedies, Historical Claims, Reconciliation, Restitution, Holocaust, Apartheid, Racial Discrimination, Individual Responsibility, International Crimes

Suggested Citation

Bachmann, Sascha-Dominik Oliver Vladimir, Civil Responsibility for Gross Human Rights Violations - The Need for a Global Instrument (2007). Civil Responsibility for Gross Human Rights Violations - The Need for a Global Instrument, Pretoria University Law Press, 2007, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2039224

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