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Victims of Crime: Their Rights and Human Rights

Chandra Sen Pratap Singh (Author)
Synopsis The book “Victims of Crime: Their rights and Human Rights” is most timely and alive work on the changing world scenario on victimology.  The universal awakening about human rights has created a new way of thinking about the problem and solution of once ‘forgotten men’ i.e. victims of the crime.  The book deals with the human face of the administration of the criminal justice inviting more and more involvement of the different segments of society.  Victims need not be neglected anymore; need not be sympathized simply but have to be ensured of Justice through reparation.  Right not sympathy is the modern message of victimology.

The book presents indepth study of historical background of the neglect of victims relegating their position to the background, change in outlook of the society, different measures to ensure Justice with human rights dimension, international lead through “UN Declaration of Basic Principles of Justice for Victims of Crime and Abuse of Power” and its impact on states initiative indirection of the development of victim-oriented criminal Justice Jurisprudence through public law remedy.

This book would be of special interest to all students, teachers, legislators, planners, administrators, lawyers and judges alike whose heart is burning for the human rights deprivation.
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About the author

Chandra Sen Pratap Singh

Chandra Sen Pratap Singh, (b. 1976) having completed his B.Sc. and B. Ed. as well as M. Ed. in first division from, Deen Dayal Upadhya Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur (U.P.) shifted his study to the discipline of law.  He completed LL.B. with first Division in 2005 from the Allahabad Univesity and LL.M. is 2007 from the same University.

The author qualified J.R.F. in the year 2007 and is pursuing his Ph. D. from the B.H.U., Varanasi on the research topic: “Intellectual Property Right: A Critical Study of Patent Laws with Special Reference to Bio-Technology, Bio-Safety and Genetic Engineering”.  He is teaching constitutional law and Interpretation of Statutes at Law School, B.H.U., Varanasi.  He has attended many seminars and symposium and contributed many research papers.  At present the author is engaged in writing a book on “Judicial Power and Judicial Review – A March Towards Juristocracy”.

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Bibliographic information

Title Victims of Crime: Their Rights and Human Rights
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2010
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788184502947
length xxx+191p., Notes; References; Bibliography; Index; 23cm.