Remedies in International Human Rights Law

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Remedies in International Human Rights Law
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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface to the Third Edition vii
  • Contents ix
  • Table of Authorities xiii
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • Part I - The Conceptual Framework 11
  • 2 - Meanings and Purposes of Remedies 13
  • 3 - Sources and General Content of the Law of Remedies 32
  • Part II - The Institutional Framework 87
  • 4 - Domestic Remedies 89
  • 5 - International Tribunals 142
  • 6 - The Functions and Competence of Human Rights Tribunals 191
  • Part III - Procedural Issues 239
  • 7 - Who May Claim Redress? 241
  • 8 - Presentation of Claims 257
  • Part IV - The Substance of Redress 283
  • 9 - Declaratory Judgments 285
  • 10 - Restitution 298
  • 11 - Compensation 315
  • 12 - Non-Monetary Remedies 377
  • 13 - Punitive or Exemplary Damages 402
  • 14 - Costs and Fees 421
  • 15 - Conclusions 432
  • Bibliography 441
  • Index 467
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