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Le problème de l’accès des particuliers a des juridictions internationales (Volume 51)

(39,273 words)

Author(s): Séfériadès, Stelio
Séfériadès, Stelio Keywords: Individuals | Human rights | International courts | Access to justice | Mots clefs: Individus | Droits de l homme | Tribunaux internationaux | Accès aux tribunaux | ABSTRACT Stelio Seferiades, in the introduction to his course, quotes the resolution taken by the Institute of International Law at New York in 1929 that "It is the duty of every State to recognize the right of every individual to life, freedom, and property, and to grant to all, in its territory, full and complete protection of the rig…

La compétence universelle civile (Volume 372)

(46,446 words)

Author(s): Bucher, Andreas
Bucher, Andreas Keywords: International crimes | International criminal justice | Victims | Reparation for damage | Trials | Universal jurisdiction | Civil jurisdiction | Civil justice | Access to justice | Mots clefs: ABSTRACT This course begins with a reminder of the various existing attempts to invoke the responsibility of the perpetrators and accomplices of acts such as genocide, torture, mass disappearances, forced labor, and slavery before the courts. The growing awareness of the different actors to the respect of human rights in vulnerable countries is also addressed. The co…

L’individu et les tribunaux internationaux (Volume 107)

(24,447 words)

Author(s): A. Von Der Heydte, F.
A. Von Der Heydte, F. Keywords: Individuals | International courts | Access to justice | Mots clefs: Individus | Tribunaux internationaux | Accès aux tribunaux | ABSTRACT F.A. von der Heydte points out that the international Tribunals deal with the protection of human rights, which is reason enough for a thorough study of the individual's legal position in international tribunals. The author therefore successively examines the role of the individual in international law, the international tribunals, and the individual bef…