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The text takes the perspective of international human rights law, describes what it requires, and then analyses the extent to which New Zealand law complies with it. It is intended to be an authoritative text that can be cited in courts and be the book of choice for human rights courses; it should also play a role in the development of New Zealand law by reference to international human rights standards
Written by many of New Zealand’s leading human rights law experts, the tone and content of the chapters combines the substance of sound legal academic analysis with the practicality of a book that can be used in practice by Judges, lawyers, NGOs and activists. The book will appeal to both the academic and practitioner markets.
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