Protection of the Human Rights in the Maritime Law

The core of the present scientific work revolves around the idea of the incidence for human rights in maritime transport. In essence the study is organized in five chapters. The first chapter illustrates most of all the maritime international treaties and conventions which are applicable for the human rights in maritime law. The second chapter notes the importance of the Romanian naval authorities and also the international organisations in the field of the human rights, regarding their attributions and competences. The third chapter underlines the importance of the human rights in the search and rescue assistance revealed by the Tampa case. The fourth chapter evokes the obligations for the captain in case of an action stipulated by the criminal law and the human rights of the perpetrator. Finally, the fifth and last chapter points out the judgements and decisions of the European Court of Human Rights regarding the protection of the human rights in maritime law.

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  • Accession Number: 01607999
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Aug 5 2016 12:20AM