(3)Human Rights and the United Nations
(b)International Protection of Human Rights
(4)Universal Declaration of Human Rights :
(5)International Covenants and the Protocols :
(a)Civil and Political Rights
(b)Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
(6)Regional Protection of Human Rights :
(7)International Refuge Law :
(a)Principle of Protection and Assistance
(b)UN High Commissioner for Refugees
(8)International Humanitarian Law :
(a)Four Geneva Conventions of 1949
(b)Two Additional Protocols of 1977
20. Interpretation of Statutes - II
The course shall comprise of the following :
(1)Presumptions in Statutory Interpretation : Presumption as to Jurisdiction; Presumption as to Prospective Operation of Statutes; Presumption Against Violation of International Law.
(2)Maxims of Statutory Interpretation : Ejusdem Generis; Expressio Unius Est Exuclusio Alterius; Ut Res Magis Valeat Quam Paraeat.
(3)Interpretation with Reference to the Subject Matter and Purpose of Statutes : Penal Statutes; Taxing Statutes.
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