A Study Of Human Rights Jurisprudence: An Overview
Keywords:A Study of Human Jurisprudence, Theory of Law, Generations of Humans , Positivist Theory, Jurisprudence and Law
The history of Human Rights or Human Rights Jurisprudence is as old as the development & civilization of human. The Natural Law has given the birth to the concept of human rights. The term ‘Human Rights’ first of all was used by Thomas Paine which is the English translation of ‘Rights of Man’ in Francis declaration and after that the word ‘Human Rights’ was used in UN Charter. Human Rights Jurisprudence: An Overview & the brief contents of the Indian Human Rights Jurisprudence has been mentioned in this research paper which is useful, beneficial & helpful for research scholars, students, Professors, teachers, institutions or organizations or establishments, commissions, governments, NGOs, trusts, Colleges, Universities, person (s) individually or group (s), society and other required persons pertaining to conduct research & do all the required or needful things as per need of hour, requirements, time & circumstances.
Satya Prakash Gupta: Human Rights, Central Law Agency, Allahabad, Page No.03-06
Ibid page no.03-04
Article 62(3) : U.N. Charter 6Article 68 : U.N. Charter 7Article 76 : U.N. Charter
Satya Prakash Gupta: Human Rights: Central Law Agency, Allahabad page no 09-10
Under section 2 (1) (d) of The Protection of Human Rights Act 1993
Under Article 393 of The Constitution of India
Under Article 366 Ibid
Ramesh kumar, A Critical Appraisal of Human Rights Law with Special Reference to Constitution of India, Legal Research Development (An International Referred e- Journal) ISSN- 2456-3870: Vol. I Issue II Dec. 2016 Page No. 55-64 13 Under Article 12 of The Constitution of India
Under Article 13 Ibid
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