Devising an Adequate System of Minority Protection: Individual Human Rights, Minority Rights and the Right to Self-Determination

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Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Jul 19, 2000 - Law - 363 pages
1. Advisory Opinion of the PCIJ.
 

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Contents

B The Two Pillars or Basic Principles of
8
Discussion of the Concept of Minority
16
Definition of Minority at the European Level
25
A Ethnic Religious or Linguistic Characteristics Differing
31
The Nationality Requirement for a Minoritys
37
E The Subjective Component of the Definition of Minority
43
B Racial v Ethnic Minorities
49
Conclusion
55
Group Rights and Other Special Minority Rights?
146
B Group Rights? Collective Rights?
153
A Some Crucial Aspects of Article 27 ICCPR
159
B The Jurisprudence of the HRC mainly
174
UN Declaration on the Rights of Persons Belonging
185
Minority Rights at International and European Law
193
B Discussion of Relevant European Documents
205
Evaluation of Minority Rights under International
217

Rights to Minority Protection
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B Other Individual Human Rights that are Especially
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Analysis of the Jurisprudence regarding
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Articles 2 and 3 ECHR
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Article 10 ECHR
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Article 8 ECHR
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Article 9 ECHR
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Article 2 of the First Additional Protocol to the ECHR
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Language Rights?
125
B Analysis of the Jurisprudence as Regards
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B Group Rights?
233
Enumeration of Aspects of or Related to
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Conclusion
276
B The United Nations and the Right to SelfDetermination
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The Concept People The Entities
291
B The Distinction between the Internal and
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The Right to SelfDetermination in its External Dimension
301
The Interrelation between Minority
314
Index
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