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(p. 390) 23. Looking to the future 

(p. 390) 23. Looking to the future
(p. 390) 23. Looking to the future

Rhona K. M. Smith

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date: 27 January 2020

Course-focused and comprehensive, the ‘Textbook on’ series provides an accessible overview of the key areas on the law curriculum. This chapter outlines the future agenda for international human rights and provides an overview of some issues that are likely to characterize the evolution of international human rights in the future. These include reform of the institutional procedure; adoption of more effective systems for enforcement of human rights; and expansion of the scope of human rights. The chapter also suggests that State responses to the threat of terrorism must be proportionate to said threat and must be in accordance with the law, respecting fundamental rights and freedoms.

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