Rights of the Unborn Child in International Law Volume One

Author: Ibegbu, Jude
Year:1999
Pages:686
ISBN:0-7734-7832-9
978-0-7734-7832-9
Price:359.95
The aim of this work is to fill the lacuna which exists in international law concerning the rights of the unborn child. This book is a docification and progressive development of International law in this field with a view to proposing a Convention on the Human Rights of the Unborn Child.
Volume is deals with Abortion and the right to life. Volume II deals with biotechnology and the human rights of the unborn child.

Table of Contents

Table of contents: main chapter headings:
Table of Cases, Foreword, Preface
1. Clarification of Terms
2. Obligation Erga Omnes of the Right to Life in Contemporary International Law
3. Right to Life of the Unborn Child in Contemporary International Law
4. Population control and Right to Life
5. American Jurisprudence on the Right to Life
6. Planned Parenthood of Southeastern PA, et al
7. Resolution No. 23/82 Case 2141 (United States)
8. European Jurisprudence on the Right to Life
9. Right to Privacy Versus Right to Life
10. Right of the Unborn Child to a Legal Personality from Conception
11. Right of the Unborn Child to a Legal Personality Recognized in Civil Law
12. Right to Life Begins from Conception
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14.Evangelium Vitae and the Right to Life
Proposals; bibliography; Index