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245 00 Convergences and divergences between international human 
       rights, international humanitarian and international 
       criminal law /|cedited by Paul De Hert, Stefaan Smis, 
       Mathias Holvoet 
264  1 Cambridge ;|aAntwerp ;|aPortland :|bIntersentia,|c[2018] 
264  4 |c©2018 
300    xvi, 298 pages ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Supranational criminal law : capita selecta ;|vvolume 24 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 00 |gPart I.|tConvergences and divergences between 
       international human rights law and international criminal 
       law stricto sensu.|tCatalytic, gap-filling or retardant 
       effects of ICL on HRL : quid juris /|rPatricia Pinto 
       Soares and Gerhard Kreutzer --|tUse of human rights in 
       international criminal law : influence or appearances of 
       legitimacy? /|rDamien Scalia --|tThe future of the 
       International Criminal Court : a non-human rights body? /
       |rMarina Aksenova --|gPart II.|tConvergences and 
       divergences between international human rights law and 
       transnational criminal law.|tStrengthening action to end 
       forced labour : the ILO Forced Labour Protocol and states'
       positive human rights obligations /|rAmy Weatherburn --
       |tThe international law of human trafficking : at the 
       forefront of the convergence between transnational 
       criminal law and international human rights law? /
       |rValentina Milano --|tInternational security and 
       financial stability : resolving norm conflicts between 
       anti-corruption and individual rights /|rMirja Ciesiolka -
       -|gPart III.|tConvergences and divergences between 
       international human rights law and international 
       humanitarian law.|t'It was the best of times, it was the 
       worst of times' : a tale of detention in time of emergency
       /|rFederica Favuzza --|tThe European Court of Human 
       Rights' approach to armed conflict and humanitarian law : 
       ivory tower or pas de deux? /|rCedric de Koker --
       |tProhibition on arbitrary displacement in international 
       humanitarian law and human rights : a time and a place for
       everything /|rDeborah Casalin --|tInvestigations in armed 
       conflict : understanding the interaction between 
       international humanitarian law and human rights law /
       |rVito Todeschini --|gConclusion /|rPaul de Hert, Stefaan 
       Smis and Mathias Holvoet 
520 8  Although rooted in a similar ideal, human rights (IHRL), 
       international criminal law (ICL) and international 
       humanitarian law (IHL) are separate fields of law, best 
       represented as circles, each of which overlaps with the 
       other two. However human rights often seems to absorb the 
       other two, while in other situations, the lines between 
       human rights law and its next door neighbours are blurred 
       or contested. This volume consists of three main parts. 
       The first main part explores the convergences and 
       divergences between IHL and/or IHRL on the one hand, and 
       ICL stricto sensu on the other hand. The second part 
       investigates the convergences and divergences between IHRL
       and transnational crimes, or ICL in the broader sense, 
       which suppresses crimes such as drug trafficking, 
       trafficking in human beings and corruption through 
       international treaties providing for domestic enforcement.
       The last main part of this volume provides the reader with
       novel and original insights as to how IHRL and IHL 
       converge and diverge by considering if and how the norms 
       of other branches of international law come into play and 
       how the European Court of Human Rights has engaged with 
       the sometimes contradicting norms of IHL. It furthermore 
       analyses the relationship between the specific IHL and 
       IHRL norms which prohibit arbitrary displacement and maps 
       their interaction. Finally, the effectiveness of States - 
       investigations of war crimes committed by their armed 
       forces is evaluated by emphasising attention to the 
       relevant standards developed within IHRL, since IHL does 
       not indicate specific criteria to evaluate the 
       effectiveness of an investigation 
650  0 International law and human rights 
650  0 International criminal law 
650  0 Humanitarian law 
650  0 Human rights 
650  7 Human rights.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00963285 
650  7 Humanitarian law.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00963577 
650  7 International criminal law.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01784719 
650  7 International law and human rights.|2fast
       |0(OCoLC)fst01894145 
700 1  Hert, Paul de,|eeditor.|4edt 
700 1  Smis, Stefaan,|eeditor.|4edt 
700 1  Holvoet, Mathias,|eeditor.|4edt 
830  0 Series Supranational criminal law ;|vv. 24 
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