Developing Human Rights Jurisprudence

Fifth Judicial Colloquium on the Domestic Application of International Human Rights Norms: Balliol College - Oxford, UK, 21-23 September 1992

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Developing Human Rights Jurisprudence

Series Title: Developing Human Rights Jurisprudence Series
Publication date: 1 January 1993
Size: 210mm x 148mm
ISBN: 978-0-85092-396-4
Pages: 180

One of an eight-volume series recording the development of international jurisprudence in human rights issues and, in particular, the domestic application of international human rights norms.

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The Balliol Statement


The Role of the Judge in a Democracy by The Rt Hon The Lord Mackay of Clashfern, Lord Chancellor
The Role of the Judiciary in the Democratic Process: Balancing Activism and Judicial Restraint by The Hon Mr Justice P N Bhagwati
The Relationship Between International and Regional Human Rights Norms and Domestic Law by Professor Rosalyn Higgins, QC
Notes on the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and Some of its Case Law by The Hon Mr Justice Rajsoomer Lallah
The Protection of Human Rights Through Law in the Commonwealth Caribbean by The Rt Hon Mr Justice Telford Georges, PC
Role of the Judge in Advancing Human Rights by The Hon Mr Justice Enoch Dumbutshena
The Australian Use of International Human Rights Norms from Bangalore to Balliol: A view from the Antipodes by The Hon Mr Justice Michael Kirby, AC, CMG
Empowerment and Accountability: The Quest for Administrative Justice by The Rt Hon Sir Robin Cooke, PC, KBE
Administrative Justice: Balancing Personal Freedoms and the Interests of the State: The Zimbabwean Position by The Hon Mr Justice A R Gubbay
Is the High Court the Guardian of Fundamental Constitutional Rights? by The Hon Sir John Laws
The European Legal Dimension to the English Judicial Review: Principles and Remedies by Mr Recorder Anthony Lester QC
Human Rights in Pakistan by The Hon Mr Justice Muhammad Afzal Zullah

Closing Remarks by HE Chief Emeka Anayouku, Commonwealth Secretary-General

I. The Bangalore Principles
II. The Harare Declaration of Human Rights
III. The Banjul Affirmation
IV. The Abuja Confirmation

In Memoriam