Towards convergence in international human rights law approaches of regional and international systems responsibility edited by carla m buckley alice donald philip leach publication nottingham studies on human rights 2211 7342 volume 5 note. Carla m buckley is a research fellow at the human rights law centre university of nottingham and associate editor of the human rights law review she is co author with david harris michael oboyle and ed bates of harris oboyle warbrick law of the european convention on human rights 3rd ed oxford university press 2014. Convergence in international human rights law hrlc is pleased to announce that the edited collection towards convergence in international human rights law approaches of regional and international systems will be published in december 2016 as part of the nottingham studies on human rights. Buckley carla m and donald alice and leach philip eds 2016 towards convergence in international human rights law approaches of regional and international systems nottingham studies on human rights 5 brill nijhoff leiden isbn 9789004284241 full text is not in this repository. In this edited collection leading jurists and scholars examine how far regional and international human rights bodies borrow from and influence each other in their decisions and practices and whether international human rights law is heading towards fragmentation or greater coherence
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