Women and International Human Rights Law: Universal Periodic Review in Practice

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Abstract

This book presents the findings of the first comprehensive study on the most recent, and most unique and innovative method of monitoring international human rights law at the United Nations. Since its existence, there has yet to be a complete and comprehensive book solely dedicated to exploring the UPR process. Women and International Human Rights Law provides a much-needed insight to what the process is, how it operates in practice, and whether it meets its fundamental aim of promoting the universality of all human rights.

The book addresses the topics with regard to international human rights law and will be of interest to researchers, academics, and students interested in the monitoring and implementation of international human rights law at the United Nations. In addition, it will form supplementary reading for those students studying international human rights law on undergraduate programs and will also appeal to academics and students with interests in political sciences and international relations.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherRoutledge
Publication statusPublished - 19 Dec 2019

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