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A selective approach to establishing a human rights mechanism in southeast Asia

Hao Duy Phan

A selective approach to establishing a human rights mechanism in southeast Asia

the case for a southeast asian court of human rights

by Hao Duy Phan

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Published by Martinus Nijhoff Publishers in Leiden, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Human rights,
  • International courts

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Hao Duy Phan
    SeriesProcedural aspects of international law monograph series -- v. 29
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKNC572 .P48 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25116193M
    ISBN 109789004222168
    LC Control Number2011048456

      Introduction. Three major factors have constantly troubled Sino-U.S. relations in the post-Cold War era: human rights, trade, and security. With the de-linking of China’s human rights record.   Given the ubiquity and genomic signatures of strong human-driven selection of the yellow skin trait in modern, Western commercial chickens, Eriksson et al. suggested that this trait was favored by humans after chickens acquired the trait in South Asia, but before the first wave of domesticated chickens arrived in Europe between and B.C. that is arguably averse1 to human rights develop a successful system to police its own human rights record? Southeast Asia, a region that had, and arguably still has, a human rights allergy,2 has voluntarily created a human rights system for itself. Given that this system is institutionally weak by.


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A selective approach to establishing a human rights mechanism in southeast Asia by Hao Duy Phan Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book suggests a selective approach to establish a human rights court for Southeast Asia. It posits that a group of nations within Southeast Asia may be more willing to consider the possibility of a stronger human rights mechanism. It investigates the challenges to and the feasibility of such a by: 3.

Human Rights Mechanism in. A Selective Approach to Establishing a Human Rights Mechanism in Southeast Asia: The Case for a Southeast Asian Court of Human Rights (Procedural Aspects of International. Institutional Building for Maritime Security in Southeast Asia: the Role of Suriname Case, 54 Indian Journal of International Law ().

A Selective Approach to Establishing a Human Rights Mechanism in Southeast Asia: The Case for a Southeast Asian Court of Human Rights by Hao Duy PHAN.

Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Get this from a library. A selective approach to establishing a human rights mechanism in Southeast Asia: the case for a Southeast Asian court of human rights. [Hao Duy Phan] -- This book proposes a selective approach for states with more advanced human rights protection to establish a human rights court for Southeast Asia.

It argues the inclusive approach currently employed. de Jonge, Alice, Book Review: A Selective Approach to Establishing a Human Rights Mechanism in Southeast Asia (Ma ). Australian Journal Author: Alice de Jonge. This book proposes a selective approach for states with more advanced human rights protection to establish a human rights court for Southeast Asia.

It argues the inclusive approach currently employed by ASEAN to set up a human rights body covering all member states cannot produce a strong regional human rights mechanism.

towards a human rights mechanism will speak to international human rights standards. The work of CSOs with regards to the AICHR and AHRD are discussed in detail in Section 5. Discourse on Human Rights Advocacy in Southeast Asia Literature on human rights in Southeast Asia.

human rights mechanisms. Initiatives for a Regional Mechanism in Asia There has been number of initia-tives in Asia to establish a regional human rights mechanism. for in-stance, representatives of NhrIs and Ngos from the Asia Pacific region met in Sri lanka in to discuss future cooperative efforts.

The Work-shop through the Kandy Declaration. Hao Duy PHAN, A Selective Approach to Establishing a Human Rights Mechanism in Southeast Asia: The Case for a Southeast Asian Court Of Human Rights (Leiden and Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, )at– [Phan, A Selective Approach].

PHAN, Hao Duy, A Selective Approach to Establishing a Human Rights Mechanism in Southeast Asia: The Case for a Southeast Asian Court Of Human Rights (Leiden and Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, ) at – [Phan, A Selective Approach]. A selective approach to establishing a human rights mechanism in Southeast Asia [electronic resource]: the case for a Southeast Asian court of human rights / by Hao Duy Phan.

Format E-Book Published Leiden ; Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Description xxii, p.: ill. ; 25 cm. URL. The Human Rights in ASEAN - Online Platform (HRA-OP) is primarily designed for sharing information among civil society organisations, lawyers, and others who work to promote and protect human rights in ASEAN Member States.

HRA-OP is a joint initiative between the Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development (FORUM-ASIA) and the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative. This book suggests a selective approach to establish a human rights court for Southeast Asia.

It posits that a group of nations within Southeast Asia may be more willing to consider the possibility of a stronger human rights mechanism.

It investigates the challenges to and the feasibility of such a : Hao Duy Phan. Southeast Asia Fellow at the East-West Center Washington, where this study was written.

Human Rights in Southeast Asia: The Search for Regional Norms Herman Joseph S. Kraft No. 4, July East-West Center Washington Working Papers This Working Paper is a product of the East-West Center Washington’s Southeast Asia Fellowship Program.

Book Review: The Constitution of China – Sarah Biddulph Book Review: A Selective Approach to Establishing a Human Rights Mechanism in Southeast Asia – Alice de Jonge The articles can be accessed through SSRN. human rights law have not only provided the foundation for the contents of the present book, but also hopefully opened a new vista of human rights law insight for the readers including students, teachers, lawyers, judges, scholars, human rights activists, social development planners, politicians, governmental.

(FORUM-ASIA), a regional human rights organisation as its secretariat, the Regional Initiative has been striving for greater cooperation and support for the establishment of a South Asia Human Rights Mechanism.

FORUM-ASIA Regional Office: 66/2 Pan Road, Silom, Bang Rak, BangkokThailand Tel: +66 (0)2 Fax: +66 (0)2 inclusive human rights body, as mandated in the ASEAN Charter. 12 In the process of building a human rights mechanism for ASEAN, challenges are certainly still ahead. Protection of human rights in Southeast Asia needs more than a spokesperson agency with no real power.

What the region needs is a strong mechanism that is composed of. Article: “Establishing a Robust Human Rights Mechanism in South Asia” by Surya Deuja, as appeared in the Asian Human Rights Defender newsletter Vol 6, No.

1; Statement of the Second Sub-Regional Workshop on a South Asia Human Rights Mechanism, Kathmandu, July(coming soon). Regional human rights mechanisms Graphic: Group of people in the Philippines Unlike Europe, Africa and the Americas, the Asia-Pacific does not have a region-wide inter-governmental system – such as treaties, courts, commissions or other institutions – to protect and promote human rights.

Ciorciari, Institutionalizing Human Rights Draft dated Oct. 15, 3 action7—was palatable to most Southeast Asian governments, because it helped justify their leadership in managing national development and their decisions to open their economies to increased foreign trade and investment.

Asia Pacific Human Rights Mechanism Submission. Introduction. The terms of reference of the Inquiry into Human Rights Mechanisms and the Asia-Pacific is looking at possible mechanisms which could be used to help prevent and redress human rights violations in the Asia-Pacific region.

Regional human rights mechanisms exist in. Central Asia has many human rights issues that plague the lives of its citizens. For example, Human Rights Watch has compiled numerous reports with aims of drawing attention to the fact that Afghanistan remains in a state of conflict, seeing citizen death tolls either stay high or slowly grow; general safety of citizens is an uncertainty in Afghanistan, with human rights violations including.

The issue of human rights presents a dilemma for the discipline of international relations (IR) in general and the literature on international institutions in particular. Since international human rights institutions are primarily, but not exclusively, concerned with how states treat their own citizens, they seek to empower individual citizens and groups vis-à-vis their own governments.

Recently, however, the rules-based order has been based on a selective approach to international legal norms. The Indo-Pacific region is a concept which has subtly emerged.

region at least, one of the most widespread and successful mechanisms to protect human rights. Status of Human Rights Protection in Southeast Asia In order to determine how effective protection is, it is necessary to discuss the current status of human rights protection in the region.

However, this question poses difficulties. 'Human rights' are a source of friction in relations between Southeast Asian and European governments. Southeast Asian representatives generally emphasize principles of sovereignty and non-interference in internal matters, while their European counterparts tend to champion democracy, human rights and good governance beyond their borders.

Rawls attempts to avoid a view of human rights that is “peculiarly liberal or special to the Western tradition.” (ibid: 65) His rejection of any such form of ethnocentrism leads him to regard only a “special class of urgent rights” as actual human rights, including the individual rights to life, liberty (such as freedom from slavery and.

At best, Southeast Asia’s record in rules-based management of regional security has been patchy. As noted, the apparent ambivalence with which the region’s countries have approached legalisation suggests, despite the establishment of the ASEAN Charter, that Southeast Asia still has a long way to go in emulating the legal character of more.

A selective approach to establishing a human rights mechanism in Southeast Asia: The case for a Southeast Asian Court of Human Rights HD Phan A Selective Approach to Establishing a Human Rights Mechanism in Southeast Asia, On the one hand, the House of Representatives of Indonesia is in the right position to establish human rights courts, ad hoc human rights courts, on the other hand, if that sort of human rights courts could not be established, the executive, the president, has the right to establish human rights tribunal within the existing criminal justice system.

‘Towards a human rights regime in Southeast Asia: charting the course of state commitment’. Contemporary Southeast Asia, 24(2): –[Google Scholar] for detailed accounts. Bernama (Malaysian National News Agency), ‘Suhakam hopes MPs will debate issues on human rights in Parliament’, 3 April United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.

With brief presentations of the international human rights legal framework and international mechanisms which oversee its implementation at the national level, the Handbook looks at how parliaments can contribute to greater human rights protection.

A Selective Approach to Establishing a Human Rights Mechanism in Southeast Asia: The Case for a Southeast Asian Court of Human Rights (Procedural Aspects of International Law Series, Leiden-Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, ).

Book Chapters. In Human Rights and Participatory Politics in Southeast Asia, Catherine Renshaw recounts an extraordinary period of human rights institution-building in Southeast Asia.

She begins her account inwhen the ten members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) signed the ASEAN charter, committing members for the first time to. (ASEAN) is on the verge of establishing a human rights body. On Jthe universal human rights and creating a human rights system in Southeast Asia, it is also a but the idea of such a mechanism for a selective number of countries is worth exploring.

Among ASEAN members, some are more supportive of a. Introduction The issue. The world's oceans include some of the most productive and valuable habitats, providing ecosystem goods and services to millions of people for more than a millennium (Toropova et al., ).Consequently, no areas of the oceans are unaffected by human influence (Halpern et al., ).The health of marine habitats is declining worldwide under the.

COVID Clinical Bias, Persons with Disabilities, and Human Rights Omar Sultan Haque and Michael Ashley Stein, 1 Nov Establishing Good Practice for Human Rights-Based Approaches to Mental Health Care and Psychosocial Support in Kenya Faraaz Mahomed, Jacqueline Bhabha, Michael Ashley Stein, and Dainius Pūras, 19 Oct The Southeast Asian Human Rights Studies Network (SEAHRN) recently launched a textbook for Southeast Asian students: “Human Rights in Southeast Asia.”.

This book has been developed in response to concerns from many lecturers at Southeast Asian universities that there were no textbooks appropriate for teaching human rights in the region. Venezuela’s delegate added that the Committee’s selective approach to human rights goes beyond its mandate.

The Universal Periodic Review is the appropriate tool for addressing human rights. 1 Introduction. Cambodia has ratified many international humanitarian and human rights law treaties, including the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (), and has even criminalized and prosecuted international crimes within its national legal system.

2 On 7 Augustthe Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) sentenced two former senior Khmer Rouge leaders.Chapter 1 • International Human Rights Law and the Role of the Legal Professions: A General Introduction 1A.H. Robertson, Human Rights in the World (Manchester, Manchester University Press, ), pp.

2Ibid., pp. On the history of human rights, see resource list in Handout No. 1 to Chapter 2 of the Manual.Potential Human Rights Influence of ASEAN Debates on Human Rights Approach of ASEAN ASEAN's Mobilization on Human Trafficking Conclusion; CHAPTER 3: ASEAN'S Struggle to Combat Human Trafficking Inadequacy of Counter-Human Trafficking Law of ASEAN Dysfunctional Counter-Human Trafficking Structure of ASEAN