Hilary Charlesworth - Rituals and ritualism in the international human rights system

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International lawyers typically approach the international human rights system primarily as a legal structure, through its laws and institutions. In this RegNet Key Thinker Seminar, Professor Hilary Charlesworth suggests that, by contrast, attention to both the rituals and ritualism of the system illuminates its workings, using a case study of the UN Human Rights Council’s Universal Periodic Review process.

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