The approach of the Committee on the elimination of racial discrimination to interpreting and applying international humanitarian law
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Minnesota journal of international law, Vol. 19, no. 2, Summer 2010, p. 327-362
Recognizing that the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD) represents a major human rights treaty body with the capability of interpreting international humanitarian law. This article analyzes the jurisprudence of the CERD from a detailed study of the relevant decisions of Individual Communications, General Recommendations, Concluding Observations, and the Decisions and Recommendations issued through its early warning measures and urgent procedures.
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