The Role of the Judiciary in the Protection of Human Rights

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Contents and Contributors Foreword. Preface. Biographical Notes. Part I: The Role of the Supreme Constitutional Court of Egypt in the Protection of Human Rights. 1. Judicial Sources for Supporting the Protection of Human Rights; Awad El-Morr. 2. Unshakable Tendency in the Protection of Human Rights: Adherence to International Instruments on Human Rights by the Supreme Constitutional Court of Egypt; Adel Omar Sherif. 3. The Supreme Constitutional Court of Egypt and the Protection of Human Rights; Abd-El-Rahman Nosseir. 4. Recent Judgments of the Supreme Constitutional Court of the Arab Republic of Egypt Upholding Human Rights; Hatem Aly Labib Gabr. 5. The Supreme Constitutional Court of Egypt and Vicarious Criminal Liability; Adel Omar Sherif. Part II: Judicial Protection of Human Rights in Some Arab and African Countries. 6. The Application of International Human Rights Instruments by the Judiciary in Lebanon; G.J. Assaf. 7. The Rule of Law in Palestine Building Legal Institutions; E. Cotran. 8. The Role of the Judiciary in the Protection of Human Rights in the Sudan; Ismail Attia Musa, et al. 9. The Role of the Judiciary in the Protection of Human Rights in Lesotho; G.W.K.L. Kasozi, J.K. Guni. Part III: Judicial Experiences in the Protection of Human Rights in the USA, Europe and Brazil. 10. Protection of Human Rights Through the Criminal Justice System: Protection and Participation of the Victims of Crime, and the Prosecution of their Oppressors; M.E. Hartmann. 11. The Role of Judicial Independence and Judicial Leadership in the Protection of Human Rights; J.G. Apple. 12. The Role of the Judiciary in the Protection of Human Rights: The Irish Experience; R. Keane. 13. The Role of the Judiciary in the Protection of Human Rights: The British Experience; K. Starmer. 14. The Independence of the Judiciary and the Rule of Law; D.C. Umbach. 15. Jurisdictional Protection of Fundamental Rights in the Brazilian Juridical Order; C.M. Velloso. Part IV: International and Comparative Experiences of Judicial Review and Protection of Human Rights. 16. The Emergence of Constitutional Courts and the Protection of Individual and Human Rights: A Comparative Study; M.I.M. Aboul-Enein. 17. Establishing the Doctrine of Judicial Review in Egypt and the United States; E. Hill. 18. The Right of Private Individuals and Groups to Enforce Laws through Privatization of Administrative Authority; A.A. Khalil. 19. Supra-Legislative Norms and Constitutional Courts: The Case of France and Egypt; B. Johansen. 20. Variables in Constitutional Analysis; J.S. Murray. 21. A Comparative Note on the Judicial Protection of Basic Rights: Some Theoretical and Practical Issues; C. Mallat. 22. The Freedom of Expression; H.A. Gibaly. 23. Minorities, Morality, and the Judiciary; S. Leader. Index.

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