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Unformatted text preview: • • Memorandum of Understanding: interpret certain articles with subjectivity, unique to each nation/government o E.g. Mexico entered MOU on right to life provision stating that it wouldn’t undermine their laws with respect to abortion First, Second, and Third Generation Rights: o 1st: Civil, Political Rights o 2nd: Economic, Social, Cultural Rights o 3rd: Collective Rights Rights of aboriginals, rights of those under colonial oppression, right to self determination, elective rights Sources of international law o Conventional International law o Customary International law principals that have been accepted, adhered to for ages E.g. slavery, piracy Declarations only voted on in UN, UNESCO, etc. International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights; International Covenant on Economic, Social, Cultural Rights o Product of disagreements between nations on Universal declaration of human rights o First article in both covenant is about collective rights All peoples have right to self- determination (political status, c...
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