Published in July 2018.
This module is a resource for lecturers
This section recommends advanced readings for students interested in exploring the topic(s) of this Module in more detail, and for lecturers teaching the Module.
International human rights law
- International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) (2004). The ICJ Declaration on Upholding Human Rights and the Rule of Law in Combating Terrorism ("The Berlin Declaration") . 28 August.
- United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. UNODC modules on international cooperation in criminal matters; and human rights and criminal justice responses to terrorism.
- United Nations, General Assembly, Human Rights Council (2010). Report of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights on the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms while countering terrorism . 15 December. A/HRC/16/50. » The report discusses specific challenges concerning the use of intelligence in the context of criminal justice processes, including the application of the national security or "State secrets" doctrine to prevent disclosure of information in the context of criminal trials.
- Evans, Malcom, and Rachel Murray, eds. (2008). The African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights: The system in practice 1986-2006, 2nd ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
- Burgorgue-Larsen, Laurence L., Amaya A. Úbeda de Torres, and Rosalind R. Greenstein (2011). The Inter-American Court of Human Rights: Case Law and Commentary. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- Harris, David, Michael O'Boyle, Edward Bates, and Carla Buckley (2009). Law of the European Convention on Human Rights, 3rd edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Regional human rights law
- European Commission for Democracy Through Law (Venice Commission) (2010). Report on Counter-Terrorism Measures and Human Rights: Adopted by the Venice Commission at its 83rd Plenary Session (Venice, 4 June 2010) . 5 July. Venice. Study no. 500/2008. CDL-AD(2010)022.
- Civic Solidarity (2017). Vienna Declaration: Preventing Security Measures from Eclipsing Human Rights. Human Rights are the Core of the Answer rather than an Obstacle to Addressing Terrorism, (Adopted by the participants of the OSCE Parallel Civil Society Conference . Vienna, 5-6 December 2017).
- Paripurna, Amira (2011). " The Right to a Fair Trial and Combatting Terrorism: The Case of Indonesia." Indonesian Journal of International Law, vol. 9, pp. 93-105.
- Niazi, Hassan, and Noor Bano Khan. " The price of protection: The right to fair trial and the Protection of Pakistan Act." University College Lahore Human Rights Review, vol. II.
- Baderin, Mashood A. (2007). " A comparative analysis of the right to a fair trial and due process under international human rights law and Saudi Arabian domestic law." The International Journal of Human Rights, vol. 10, issue 3, pp. 241-284.
- Zhang, Jixi, and Xiahohua Liang (2010). " The Scope of Application of Fair Trial Rights in Criminal Matters - Comparing ICCPR with Chinese Law." Arts and Social Sciences Journal, vol. 1, issue 1.
- Human Rights Watch (2010). "s.VII Presumption of Guilt." Back to the Future: India's 2008 Counterterrorism Laws .
- Evans, Malcolm D. (2006). " 'All the Perfumes of Arabia': The House of Lords and 'Foreign Torture Evidence'." Leiden Journal of International Law, vol. 19, issue 4, pp1125-1144.
- Shah, S. (2009). " From Westminster to Strasbourg: A and others v United Kingdom." Human Rights Law Review, vol. 9, issue 3, 473-488.
- Eijkman, Quirine, and Bibi van Ginkel (2011). " Compatible or Incompatible - Intelligence and Human Rights in Terrorist Trials." Amsterdam Law Forum, vol. 3, no. 4, pp. 3-16.
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