Crimes Against Humanity: A Human Rights Perspective

Authors

  • Sidra Kanwel University of Sialkot, Pakistan Author
  • Nazar Hussain Department of Public Administration, SALU Khairpur, Pakistan Author
  • Sahib Oad Department of Media and Communication Studies, SALU Khairpur, Pakistan. Author
  • Shumaila Phulpoto China Three Gorges University, China. Author

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.62345/jads.2024.13.1.2

Keywords:

Human Rights Implications, Crimes Against Humanity, Contemporary Challenges

Abstract

This research article explores the multifaceted concept of crimes against humanity through the lens of international human rights, examining its historical origins, legal framework, and contemporary challenges. Tracing the evolution from the aftermath of World War II to the establishment of the International Criminal Court (ICC), the paper emphasizes the human rights implications of these crimes, elucidating the violation of fundamental rights on a mass scale. By analyzing recent developments and case studies, the article underscores the imperative of a global commitment to justice, accountability, and the protection of human dignity in the face of crimes that transcend national boundaries. The research contributes to the ongoing discourse on the intersection of human rights and crimes against humanity, advocating for a holistic approach that integrates legal principles with universal values.

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Author Biographies

  • Sidra Kanwel, University of Sialkot, Pakistan

    Lecturer, Department of Law, University of Sialkot, Pakistan. Email: sidrakanwel64@gmail.com

  • Nazar Hussain, Department of Public Administration, SALU Khairpur, Pakistan

    Department of Public Administration, SALU Khairpur, Pakistan. Email: nazar.hussain@salu.edu.pk

  • Sahib Oad, Department of Media and Communication Studies, SALU Khairpur, Pakistan.

    Department of Media and Communication Studies, SALU Khairpur, Pakistan. Email: oad.sahib@salu.edu.pk

  • Shumaila Phulpoto, China Three Gorges University, China.

    China Three Gorges University, China. Email: phulpotoshumaila@gmail.com

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Published

2024-02-28

How to Cite

Crimes Against Humanity: A Human Rights Perspective. (2024). Journal of Asian Development Studies, 13(1), 20-28. https://doi.org/10.62345/jads.2024.13.1.2

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