Approach of International Judicial Bodies Towards Cultural and Human Rights

Sakshi Trivedi,

ICFAI Law School, Hyderabad, India


Abstract. International community has been constantly involved in application and recognition of Human Rights as well as Cultural Rights. Various judicial bodies enjoying international jurisdictions have now and then adjudicated on human rights. The scope is limited to the approach undertaken by International Jurisdictional Courts on Cultural and Human Rights of people. Furthermore, this case study would be addressing the obiter dicta of judges, fallacies encountered by them, jurisdictional limitations on International judicial bodies and their holistic approach for upholding human rights. To provide a relevant and credible case study, empirical evidence as well as various reports and judgments have been studied and counted on. In the first section, the approach of the International Court of Justice to check human rights violations would be discussed by references to the Ahmadou Sadio Diallo case and the Kulbhushan Jadhav case. Subsequently, the outlook of the International Criminal Court would be discussed by references to the Germain Katanga case. Furthermore, the role of International Judicial bodies in relation to protection of cultural rights would be mentioned. An analysis has been done keeping in mind the role played by the international judicial bodies in the cases concerning human rights violations.



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Indic Journal of International Law, e-ISSN: 2582-8398, Volume 1(2) (2021).



Originally published on September 7, 2021


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