Perpetrator governments, however, when framing their replies to allegations by human rights organizations have to address other audiences as well — domestic public opinion and media, international public opinion and media, allied or friendly governments, and international bodies. Official reactions, therefore, resonate far beyond the restricted channels of a government press release in response to a critical report. The vocabulary of official reactions draws from the acceptable pool of accounts available..Read more . . .
Advocate Mahbubul Islam Defending Human Rights through Public Interest Litigation: Role of Human Rights Activists in Bangladesh http://www.hrpb.org.bd/images/PDF_File_%20RPB/Advocate%20Mahbubul%20Islam.pdf … Read more . . .
Public Interest Litigation Remedies – Public Interest Litigation (PIL) – Part: 1 We briefly dealt with Public Interest Litigation in the earlier Project on “Knowledge of Law Essential for Public Servants”. For your beneift the biref is reproduced hereunder: A … Read more . . .
U.S. denies private cause of action for violations of ICCPR (source: Wikipedia) The United States Senate ratified the ICCPR in 1992, with five reservations, five understandings, and four declarations. Some have noted that with so many reservations, its implementation has … Read more . . .