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El Salvador's Other Victims ePub download

by Lawyers Committee for Int'L Human Rights

  • Author: Lawyers Committee for Int'L Human Rights
  • ISBN: 9995045966
  • ISBN13: 978-9995045968
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  • Publisher: Americas Watch Committee (June 1984)
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El Salvador's Other Victims ePub download

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El Salvador’s restrictive abortion laws were further solidified in 1999 with the . This law forces women rape victims and some are forced carrying severely damaged fetuses, rape victims, and women with serious.

El Salvador’s restrictive abortion laws were further solidified in 1999 with the constitutional amendment, which defined a human being from the moment of conception. 8ICCPR, Concluding observations of the Human Rights Committee : El Salvador (2003) UN Doc. Ccpr/co/78/slv. This law forces women rape victims and some are forced carrying severely damaged fetuses, rape victims, and women with serious health conditions suffer mentally and physically from their inability to obtain a legal therapeutic abortion. As a result women some women obligated to endure mental anxiety, in addition to the fear of not receiving needed medical treatment and of being prosecuted.

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) persons in El Salvador may face legal and social challenges not experienced by non-LGBT residents.

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International human rights law (IHRL) is the body of international law designed to promote human rights on social, regional, and domestic levels.

Human Rights First (formerly known as the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights) .

Human Rights First (formerly known as the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan human rights organization based in New York City and Washington, . During the 1980s, El Salvador was embroiled in a 12-year long civil war that pitted leftist guerillas against a military junta and left at least 70,000 people dead. Along with other leading international human rights groups, Human Rights First waged a campaign to create this tribunal, called the International Criminal Court (ICC).

The Lawyers' Committee implements its mission and objectives by marshaling the pro bono resources of the bar for litigation, public policy advocacy, and other forms of service by lawyers to the cause of civil rights. ACLU NAACP Civil Rights Movement.

This book is a broad introduction to the wide-ranging subject of human rights, comprising international declarations .

This book is a broad introduction to the wide-ranging subject of human rights, comprising international declarations, charters, conventions and protocols from the major international organisations working in the human rights field at world and regional level. Together they will serve as an invaluable tool for lawyers, legislators, diplomats, teachers and law students, as well as anyone involved in the work of protecting human rights.