Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law

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La protection des personnes en cas de catastrophe (Volume 368)

(61,846 words)

Author(s): Gab Park, Ki
Gab Park, Ki Keywords: DisasteNatural disasteInternational crises | Humanitarian assistance | Armed conflicts | Victims | International protection | International humanitarian law | Responsibility to protect | Mots clefs: ABSTRACT The notion of disaster, in the context of this course, is taken in a broad sense, taking the definitions proposed by the Institute of International Law and by the Research Centre for International Law in The Hague. The course is divided into two themes of study, disasters in peacetime and disasters…

La protection internationale des droits de l’Homme (Volume 38)

(37,122 words)

Author(s): N. Mandelstam, André
N. Mandelstam, André Keywords: Human rights | International protection | Mots clefs: Droits de l homme | Protection internationale | ABSTRACT In the course on the International Protection of Human Rights, Andre Mandelstam distinguishes the positive human right from the intuitive human right. The author devotes the first part of the study to positive human rights and focuses on the framework of minority treaties, the movement for the generalization of the international protection of minorities, and the problem of the…

Effets pour l’individu des régimes de protection de droit international (Volume 391)

(70,740 words)

Author(s): Swinarski, Christophe
Swinarski, Christophe Keywords: Human rights | International humanitarian law | International protection | Individuals ABSTRACT In this course, Christophe Swinarski begins by examining the meaning of the term “individual” and shows how the concept of individual’s protection be profiled from now on to accommodate the legal world hitherto reserved to the States? The author presents an overview of the synergies between international humanitarian law and international human rights law and discusses the concept of …