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Perception Of International Human Rights




Dev Ahuja, Symbiosis Law School, Nagpur


ABSTRACT


This article suggests that analysis within the field of human rights, particularly legal human rights analysis, exhibits an inclination to devote lean attention to queries of methodology. This may be caused by the actual fact that human rights students usually square measure (former) human rights activists. Dispensing with methodological niceties enables them to engage in wishful thinking and come up with the conclusions they were hoping to find in the first place. The article makes some suggestions for people who want to avoid this pitfall, as well as rigorously writing system out your analysis technique, discussing the various strategies you have got rejected, and avoiding the term ‘emerging’ human right. We are instinctive on the excellence and summons of applied research, suggesting how this can be done effectively. This issue of the Journal of Human Rights Practice is committed to analytic reflection on the protection of human rights defenders (HRDs). In this article, we consider subsisting research and knowledge about the protection of HRDs, culminations the involvement of the policy and practice notes in this collection and put forward current issues and questions on the protection of HRDs for further investigation. After working on 5 areas for research the definition and use of the term human rights defender approach of risk security and protection; culture gender and variety with explicit stress on protecting women human rights defenders}; the use of legal and management mechanisms for restraining; the success of defender mechanics; strategies and tactics for protection.


Keywords: Absorption, Freedom, Ill-treatment, Fundamental Rights, Brutal

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Indian Journal of Law and Legal Research

Abbreviation: IJLLR

ISSN: 2582-8878

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