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Title: Bulletin of the International Commission of Jurists No. 8 December 1958
Description: The Hague, International Commission of Jurists. 1958, First Edition. Paperback, 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. Ex-Library, The International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) is an international human rights non-governmental organisation. The Commission itself is a standing group of 60 eminent jurists (judges and lawyers), including members of the senior judiciary in Australia, Canada, and South Africa. Born at the ideological frontline of a divided post-war Berlin, the ICJ was established in memory of a West German lawyer, Dr. Walter Linse, who, along with Dr. Theo Friedlander, was active in exposing human rights violations committed in the Soviet zone. On 8 July 1952, East German intelligence agents abducted and delivered Linse to the KGB and Dr Linse was executed in Moscow one year later for "espionage". This event led to the decision by a group of lawyers to found an organisation dedicated to the defence of human rights through the rule of law and its inaugural conference was convened in 1952. Today, the ICJ has national sections and affiliates in over 70 countries. Staples rusted. Good.

Keywords: Sociology Revolution Socialism History Politics Communism Marxism Central Latin America Torture Human Rights Amnesty International Execution Law Insurrection Insurgents Insurgency International Commission of Jurists Law

Price: GBP 15.00 = appr. US$ 21.42 Seller: Delectus Books
- Book number: 029386

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