Published April 8, 2005
by Council of Europe .
Written in English
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This publication contains guidelines adopted by the Council of Europe's Committee of Ministers in July as recommendations both to member and non-member states seeking to combat the threat . English: Guidelines on human rights and the fight against terrorism adopted by the Committee of Ministers on 11 July at the th meeting of the Ministers’ Deputies ISBN French: Lignes directrices sur les droits de l’homme et la lutte contre le terrorisme adoptées par. COUNTER-TERRORIST MEASURES AND THEIR IMPACT ON HUMAN RIGHTS. 1. The fight against terrorism and torture Latin America: from the dictatorships of the ‘70’s to the post-9/ torture in the Southern Cone Gustavo Palmieri (Cels) Paz Rojas (Codepu) North Africa and the Middle East: torture legitimised by the fight against terrorism. Focusing on social stability and lasting peace, Xinjiang will continue to fight terrorism in accordance with the law, ensure human rights, develop the economy, improve people’s lives, and build.
Human rights and the fight against terrorism. The Council of Europe Guidelines. Human rights and the fight against terrorism. Directorate General of Human Rights Council of Europe March Published originally by Council of Europe Publishing, ISBN (English), (French). This non-commercial edition is intended for free. BEIJING — China’s State Council Information Office published a white paper titled “The Fight Against Terrorism and Extremism and Human Rights Protection in Xinjiang” on March Please see the attachment for the document. Respect for human rights and the rule of law must be the bedrock of the global fight against terrorism. This requires the development of national counter-terrorism strategies that seek to prevent acts of terrorism, prosecute those responsible for such criminal acts, and promote and protect human rights and the rule of law. Negative effects of terrorism on human rights. In its resolution 31/30, the Human Rights Council requested the High Commissioner to submit to it, at its thirty-fourth session, a report on the negative effects of terrorism on the enjoyment of all human rights and fundamental freedoms, particularly the right to life, liberty and security of person, while paying particular attention to best.
Provides a balance of theoretical and practical human rights approaches toward terrorism; Uses real-world examples to cast light on the global reality of terrorism; Explores the tension between the fight against terrorism on the one hand and safeguarding basic human rights . Forfeiting human rights in the fight against terrorism is a grave mistake and an ineffective measure that may help the cause of the terrorists. Policies which are human rights compliant preserve the values the terrorists are trying to destroy, weaken support for radicalism among potential adherents, and strengthen public confidence in the rule. Human Rights Documents Supplements The collection is updated regularly. Typically, an update includes both supplemented and new titles. A detailed IDC guide, providing easy access to the microfiche collection, comes with every supplement and is cumulated regularly. Elgar Studies in Human Rights Edited by Manfred Nowak and Anne Charbord While providing a substantive legal analysis of the links between human rights and counter-terrorism, this book provides the tools to successfully argue that a human rights approach does not undermine the fight against terrorism.