CASES ON THE APPLICATION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW OF HUMAN RIGHTS
FIRST PART. GENERAL QUESTIONS ON THE PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS ON PRACTICE
Lesson 1. Procedural questions on the individual communications and petitions to international institutions for the protection of human rights: ius standi, deadlines and admissibility.
Lesson 2. Relations, similarities and differences between the ECHR and the ICHR:
B) Judgement content.
C) Follow up of Judgements application.
SECOND PART. ANALYSIS OF THE PROTECTION OF CERTAIN RIGHTS AND VULNERABLE GROUPS THROUGH INTERNATIONAL PRACTICE.
Lesson 3. Migrants and Human Rights:
A) International Law of Migration.
B) European Law of Migration.
C) International Protection of People: Asylum and Refuge.
Lesson 4. Rights of Victims of Core International Crimes.
A) Victims of core international crimes and processes of peace and transitional justice.
B) The UN legal status of victims of core international crimes.
C) Jurisprudence of Human Rights International Tribunal on victims of core international crimes: ECHR and ICHR.
D) Victims and the International Criminal Court.
Lesson 5. Forced Disappearance: multiple rights violation of multiple victims.
A) Concept of forced disappearance.
B) UN practice on forced disappearance.
C) Forced disappearance in the jurisprudence International Human Rights Courts: ECHR and ICHR.
THIRD PART. SPAIN AND THE INTERNATIONAL SYSTEMS OF HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION
Lesson 6. Spain and the Universal System of Human Rights Protection:
A) Spanish practice on the UN conventional mechanisms.
B) Spanish practice on the UN extra-conventional mechanisms; special attention to the Universal Periodic Review.
Lesson 7. Spain and the European Systems of Human Rights Protection:
A) Council of Europe; specially, the application of ECHR judgements in Spain.
B) European Union; specially, the application of ECJ judgements in Spain.
Lesson 8. The question of Missing persons in Spain:
A) Spain¿s political position and jurisprudence.
B) The opinion of UN and European human rights institutions on the matter.