Domestic Violence And International Law
Domestic violence and international law argues that certain forms of domestic violence are a violation of international human rights law. The argument is based on the international law principle that, where a state fails to protect a vulnerable group of people from harm, whether perpetrated by the state or private actors, it has breached its obligations to protect against human rights violation. the book seeks to reformulate academic and political debate on domestic violence and the responsiblility of states under international law. it is based on empirical data combined with an honest assessment of whether or not domestic violence is recognised by the international community as a human rights violation.
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