International and European Law - Anders Henriksen: International Law - Summary of Chapters 1-7, 9
Comprehensive summary of Chapters 1 until 7 and 9 of Anders Henriksen's 'International Law' textbook, which was used for the first-year IRIO course 'International and European Law' at the RUG. Some sections in the various chapters mentioned are missing, since they were not considered part of the course curriculum.
Human Rights summary and notes
This is a summary of the Human Rights course. It contains a summary of the book 'International Human Rights' by Rhona KM Smith, notes of lessons, legal cases, workbook questions and answers and tips from the teacher. The summary is mostly written in English. There are pieces that are in Dutch.
Samenvatting International & European Human Rights Law
Summary of the course International and European Human Rights Law on the basis of notes in the lesson together with book and SC. Several important cases well explained.
Legal Research: International Human Rights and Public law
"As you know, we are branching out into new areas of International Human Rights practice and are interested in taking up high profile cases that could enhance our reputation. Yesterday I had a meeting with Sahara Hall, the director of the human rights group, LifeStory. They would like us to prepare a presentation for a conference they are organising on the subject of what constitutes a person for the purposes of Human Rights Law. The specific questions they wish us to address are:
• What, if any, is the difference between a human and a person in Human Rights Law?
• Is a foetus a human, and/or a person?
• Could some animals possess some or all of the characteristics of a person?
• What is the rationale behind allowing companies to claim status as a person when they are definitely not human?
You should address how these questions have been considered by human rights systems and experts around the world, although LifeStory are particularly interested in how these questions might be resolved within the UK legal system.
Please provide full references for your findings"
Note from the writer: The student received 76 (first class) for this thesis. The thesis has proper OSCOLA footnotes and bibliography.
Business Human rights - summary
Summary on classes and lectures of the course business human rights. Useful graphs and tables explained on this course.
Unit 7- International Institutions & Human Rights
Unit 7- International Institutions & Human Rights at Distinction level. Both assignments have been checked by the Pearson Board. Assignments also come with Harvard Referencing.
Human Rights Law notes
Human rights law notes from the lectures. It is a summery of all the slides with some important comments from Sprakels included.
Health, Human Rights and Intervention Notes
44 pages of all the health human rights and intervention notes you need for the exam. Clear layout, images and case study detail where relevant both within the guidelines of the specification as well as extra non compulsory detail to get you the higher marks. The layout of the notes are clearly split into the different sections of the new A level specification.