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International Law and Global Governance

Synopsis
International law is described as ‘the general principles of law as recognised by civilised nations’. This informative film adds depth to this broad definition by explaining: state sovereignty, domestic law and international law; the importance of the United Nations and international courts and tribunes; the role of organisations such as NATO, IMF and Red Cross; and the future of international law. With professional insight from Professor Tim McCormack, Special Advisor for the ICC, Professor Gillian Triggs, Public International Lawyer, and Geoffrey Robertson QC, renowned Human Rights Lawyer and author, this film provides a good introduction to international law.
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Year of release
2011
Availability
Out of distribution 2015
Documentation
56
Subjects
Law
Keywords
human rights; international law; International Monetary Fund; International Red Cross; tribunals; United Nations

Credits

Contributor
Geoffrey Robertson; Gillian Triggs; Tim McCormack

Distribution Formats

Type
DVD
Format
Region 2 PAL
Price
£49.00 (DVD), £20.00 (1 Year Digital Licence), £49.00 (3 Year Digital Licence)
Duration/Size
22 minutes
Year
2014

Production Company

Name

VEA

Email
vea@vea.com.au
Web
http://www.vea.com.au/ External site opens in new window
Address
316 - 328 Napier Street
Fitzroy
3550 Victoria
Australia
Notes
The company ceased trading June 2015.

Distributor

Name

Classroom Video

Notes
NB Classroom Video ceased trading in January 2015. Potential customers are directed to DVD sales enquiries are directed to sales@boultonhawker.co.uk and are asked to note that not all third party, or proprietary content which includes videos produced by VEA, Classroom Video, Online Classroom and Training Point will be available from Boulton Hawker. Streaming customers are asked to be aware that: All current licences will remain active for the duration of their license period (including embed links and clips that you have created) No streaming licence can be renewed after the existing license period has lapsed Classroom Video’s parent company VEA will manage existing streaming licences from a technical and administrative perspective. For all enquiries please contact support@vea.com.au

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