FOUNDATION: Unit III. Human Rights in International Law 7 of 7

Now What Do You Think?

Now that you’ve completed this unit, how would you answer these questions?

  • Of what concern to one’s state is a violation of human rights in another country?
  • Whose responsibility is it to “enforce” (or even acknowledge) the idea of human rights?

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Individual Action Makes the Difference Government, Treaties, and Principles International Law
and Human Rights
Culture v. Law:
Which is More Important?
The War on Bosnia and Prosecuting
War Crimes

United States Constitution
Unites States Bill of Rights
United States Bill of Rights (pdf)
Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Universal Declaration of Human Rights (pdf)
International Covenant on Economics, Social, and Cultural Rights
International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
Speak Truth to Power: Defenders
Frontline: The World's Most Wanted Man
Washington Report on Middle East Affairs: Britain and Its Allies Stall U.N. Probe of Serb Atrocities

  Unit IV. International
Humanitarian Law