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Human Rights Law ; International, Malaysian and Islamic Perspective

Human Rights Law ; International, Malaysian and Islamic Perspective

 
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Judul : Human Rights Law ; International, Malaysian and Islamic Perspective
Pengarang : Abdul Ghafur Hamid @ Khin Maung Sein
Tahun Terbitan : 2012
Ringkasan : As the world becomes more and more a global village, where what happens to individuals in one country often impacts on those in other countries, human rights are at the forefront of concerns not only for Governments and authorities, but also for private corporations and the man on the street. Human Rights Law ; International, Malaysian and Islamic Perspective is a unique, first-of-its=kind work, presented from three distinct perspectives. It is intended to present human rights law in a clear and accessible fashion, addressing key questions relevants to the subject. Consisting of 24 chapters, grouped under three parts, the work begins with an exploration of the nature, scope and effectiveness of the international legal framework for human rights, (Part 1-Human Rights Law, The International Framework). This followed by an analysis of the Malaysian position in relation to the aplication of international human rights law and contemporary human rights issues in Malaysia (Part 111-Malaysia and Human Rights: Tradition versus Universally). Finally the work examines human rights from the Islamic perspectives, eloborating the position of Shari’ah (Islamic Law) in respect of human rights (Part 111 – Human Rights: Islamic Perspective). Useful both as a coherent exposition of human rights law, as well as a collection of self-contained papers reflecting the distinct perspectives of eighteen distinguished scholars, this work constitues a rich overview of both theory and practice in relation to respect for human rights, and is a valuable resource to all those interested in exploring and studying human rights law.
No.Panggilan : 323 HUM M
341.48 HUM D
Location : Level 3, Anjung Bestari Building, National Library of Malaysia

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