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La protection et la promotion des droits de l'homme en Asie du Sud-Est : un système régional inachevé

Abstract : Undoubtedly, regional arrangements play an essential role in the protection and promotion of human rights. Given the fact that there are many social, political, economic and historical similarities among people who live in a specific region, the creation of regional mechanisms for the protection of human rights should, in principle, be much easier than that of universal mechanisms. By the same token, regional mechanisms are more efficient than universal ones. The human rights systems established in Europe and America provide successful examples of regional systems. Asia, as the world's largest and most populous continent, is the only region which does not have a developed and well-established human rights mechanism. However, efforts have been recently made to create a human rights machinery within the framework of ASEAN. The present study attempts to present a comprehensive picture of legal situation for the regional protection of human rights in the Southeast Asia and, for this purpose, materials have been divided in two Parts. Part I analyse the existing human rights bodies and instruments in the Southeast Asia, and Part II tries to identify the reasons why a developed system has not yet come into existence in the region.
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Mohammad Ali Anvari. La protection et la promotion des droits de l'homme en Asie du Sud-Est : un système régional inachevé. Droit. Université Grenoble Alpes, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019GREAD006⟩. ⟨tel-02944311⟩



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