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This book is a part of a chain of educating handbooks on human rights schooling designed to be adaptable to the desires and event of quite a number power audiences. This book units out directions and assistance for these accomplishing education classes on human rights education for legal officers. issues coated contain: education method; education concepts; choice, briefing and guideline of boots; undertaking education periods at the quite a few human rights; and coaching instruments. This booklet is designed for use including the "Manual on Human Rights education for criminal Officials". different spouse courses also are on hand together with a "Pocketbook of foreign Human Rights criteria for criminal officers" and a "Compilation of overseas Human Rights tools in regards to the management of Justice".
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Each group should be given the four topics to discuss. The substance for the discussions has been presented during the session. e. in the Compilation of Instruments and around the walls of the training area. Facilitators should be on hand to ensure that the discussions are relevant and therefore helpful. Reporting back is not necessary. g. the ease with which infectious diseases can spread and the need for preventive action; - The need to protect the weak and the vulnerable from physical, including sexual, attack; - The existence of international standards for holding prisoners means that Governments must abide by them.
Who makes these rules? 66. The international legal system, as outlined in the Charter of the United Nations, is built around a community of States. The law which governs that system, therefore, is principally law for, by and about States. As such, it is the States themselves who make the rules, through the development of custom, the development of treaties and the development of declarations, bodies of principles and other similar instruments. States agree on the content of these sources and agree to be bound by them.
The first is "conventional" (or treaty-based) monitoring. Some human rights treaties establish a committee of experts (a "treaty body", such as the Human Rights Committee or the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women) whose main task is to monitor the implementation by States parties of the relevant treaty, mainly through the analysis of periodic reports submitted by those States. Five treaty bodies also have competence to examine individual complaints of human rights violations, under optional complaints procedures (the Human Rights Committee, the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, the Committee against Torture, the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women and the Committee on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families).