Elgar Commentaries in Human Rights series

Volumes in this series provide comprehensive commentary and analysis on major instruments in human rights law. Covering core UN human rights treaties alongside other significant legislation in international and regional human rights, the series encompasses a range of instruments, from those protecting the rights of particular groups such as children or indigenous people, to issues such as violence against women, human trafficking, or the intersection with human rights of other areas such as business. With a clear and structured format to facilitate easy navigation and pin-point searches, the Commentaries examine the context, interpretation and implementation of the key conventions, charters and treaties. Featuring the original text of the relevant instruments, along with detailed lists of significant cases and associated legislation, the Commentaries form valuable reference works for both scholars who want a platform for their research, and practitioners who need clear guidance on interpreting the rules.

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