26 October 2015
Preparation (35 pages)
- SEI FUJII, Appellant, v. THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Respondent L. A. No. 21149, Supreme Court of California, 38 Cal. 2d 718; 242 P.2d 617; 1952 (5 pages)
- General Comment No. 03: Implementation at the national level (Art. 2) : . 29/07/81 (1 page)
- PROMISES TO KEEP: IMPLEMENTING CANADA’S HUMAN RIGHTS OBLIGATIONS, Report of the Standing Senate Committee on Human Rights, December 2001 (only sections I, II, and III ending before immediate recommendations)
- “BANGALORE PRINCIPLES”, Concluding statement of the Judicial Colloquium held in Bangalore, India from 24-26 February 1988, focus on the ANNEX
- British Human Rights Act 1998, 1998 CHAPTER 42, articles 1 to 5 (1 page)
- International human rights law claims it is agnostic as to implementation, but is there not a certain preference for the monist model?
- Where does Canada stand in relation to other states, including other common law states, in terms of the status of international human rights?
- How do different countries deal with contradictions between international human rights obligations and domestic law?
Trochev, Alexei. “All Appeals Lead to Strasbourg? Unpacking the Impact of the European Court of Human Rights on Russia” (2009) 17:2 Demokratizatsiya 145
- Alan Brudner, “The Domestic Enforcement of International Covenants on Human Rights: A Theoretical Framework” (1985) 35:3 The University of Toronto Law Journal 219-254
- T. Buergenthal, “Modern Constitutions and Human Rights Treaties” (1998) 36 Colum. J. Transnat’l L. 211
- L. Henkin, “Constitution Treaties and International Human Rights” (1967) 116 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1012
- René Provost, “Judging in Splending Isolation”, (2008) 56 American Journal of Comparative Law 125
- Yuval Shany, “How Supreme Is the Supreme Law of the Land – Comparative Analysis of the Influence of International Human Rights Treaties upon the Interpretation of Constitutional Texts by Domestic Courts” (2005) 31 Brook. J. Int’l L. 341
- M. A. Waters, “Creeping Monism: The Judicial Trend Toward Interpretive Incorporation of Human Rights Treaties” (2007) 107 Colum. L. Rev. 628
- IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DEMOCRATIC SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF SRI LANKA, Nallaratnam Singarasa (Presently serving a term of imprisonment) vs. The Hon. Attorney General Attorney General’s Department, 15/09/2006 (14 pages)