Human Rights Syllabi: Institute of International Studies, University of California, Berkeley
Sunday 25th February,1996
Bernard F. Hamilton, who has represented Minority Rights Group at the United Nations and in Washington and is the author of several articles on human rights.
This Course Will Appeal to those Interest ed in International Law, Human Rights and the International System.
Welcome and introduction Bernard F. Hamilton
Refugee Protection: International instruments and the Future of Refugee Law
Patricia Tuitt LL.M. Barrister at Law, Lecturer, Dept. of Law, University of East London, Author of False Images: Law's Construction of the Refugee
Protection of Internally Displaced Persons: The UN General Assembly's mandate to the UN High Commission for Refugees: Respect for the Geneva Conventions and Protocols Humanitarian access
Larry Hollingworth, Consultant, United Nations High Commission for Refugees
Refugees and Displaced Persons: the Root Causes: Nation states and ethnicity
Dr. Andrew Shacknove, Lecturer in Law, University of Oxford
Mechanisms to Prevent Inter-Ethnic Tension: OSCE's High Commissioner on National Minorities, Vienna, Moscow, the European and Inter-American Courts of Human Rights
Dr. Geoff Gilbert, Human Rights Centre, University of Essex
The Refugee Council will provide a book stall for course members.
This will consist mainly of free literature, but some items will be for sale.
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