Constitutional law and human rights in Hong Kong: a sourcebook

Guobin Zhu (Editor), Mark Kielsgard (Editor), Surya Deva (Editor)

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Abstract

The context in which constitutional laws and human rights instruments are read is ever-changing, and this is particularly true for the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. To understand the application of both national and local legislation and internationally recognized covenants, it is essential to be well acquainted with the documents themselves.
Constitutional Law and Human Rights in Hong Kong—A Sourcebook is a one-stop resource for teaching, learning, and researching constitutional law and human rights in Hong Kong. As a handbook of teaching materials suitable for undergraduate and postgraduate studies, it is an indispensable tool for courses such as Hong Kong Constitutional Law, Basic Law, Public Law of Hong Kong, The Law of Human Rights of Hong Kong, International Human Rights Law, International Criminal Law, International Labour Law, Law and Gender, International Environmental Law, Business and Human Rights, and Discrimination Law. Moreover, it is equally useful for teaching and research in the fields of political science, business, and other social sciences.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherCity University of Hong Kong Press
Number of pages697
ISBN (Print)9789629376154
Publication statusPublished - 2021
Externally publishedYes

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