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Incorporation of International Human Rights

February 4th 2019

Anyone with an interest in how Wales is governed cannot fail to notice the increasing interest in ‘incorporation’ of human rights through Welsh legislation. But what does this mean, and why incorporate?

Throughout February we will be publishing three in-depth briefing papers dealing with some fundamentals of incorporation of human rights. This is the first of the three briefings written by Dr Simon Hoffman, Associate Professor at Swansea University and covers what incorporation means, why it matters and why it’s needed in Wales.

Format: PDF

Language: English

Pages: 10

Cost: Free

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