Non-governmental organisations in international law /
Governments are regarded as the sole representatives of their populations on the international plane. It is therefore important that other voices can be heard in international fora alongside governments. NGOs have an increasingly important legal and political role. This book explores the possibiliti...
Cambridge, UK ; New York :
Cambridge University Press,
|Series:||Cambridge studies in international and comparative law (Cambridge, England : 1996)
- 1. main issues and their context
- 2. Historical and conceptual background
- 3. International legal theory and non-state actors
- 4. Rights and obligations
- 5. Standing before international judicial and quasi-judicial bodies
- 6. Non-party participation before judicial and quasi-judicial bodies
- 7. Co-operation with intergovernmental organisations
- 8. Participation in international conferences
- 9. Agreements with states and intergovernmental organisations
- 10. Summary and concluding remarks.