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IHRL II MIDTERMS REVIEWER

Division
Session

Assigned to:
A

Overview of Human
Rights: International
Norms and Standards
and Domestic
Implementation

Extralegal Killings,
Enforced
Disappearances and
the Right against
Impunity

Cybercrimes against
Women and Children

Migration and
Trafficking

Right to Health and


Access to Essential
Medicines: focus on
HIV/AIDS

Development
Aggression and
Human Rights

PEARL

NICA

JONJO

JOAHNNA

HELEN

NEIL

*short summary of the


FORUM attended (with
STEF)

1st reading

2nd reading

3rd reading

4th reading

MACYL

MARIEN

STEF

MICHELLE

NAGE

MIKE

The United Nations


Human Rights Treaty
System (Fact Sheet 30,
Rev. 1)

Enforced or Involuntary
Disappearance (Fact
Sheet 6, Rev. 3)

*RA 10175

UN Convention on
Transnational Crimes and
Protocol on Trafficking in
Persons]

General Comment No.


14, ICESCR on the Right
to Health

Report of Special
Rapporteur on the HR
Situation of IPs

(you may add or indicate the


controversial provisions)

* short summary of the


FORUM attended (with
Jonjo)

VEA

YANA

CG

RAYMOND

KAT

KYLE

Outcome Document on
Domestic Application of
IHR Norms

2012 Report of the


Working Group on
Enforced Disappearance

AHRC Petition

Human Trafficking: An
Overview [UNDOC
UN.GIFT 2008

People Living with HIV


Stigma Index (UNAIDS)

Concluding Observations
on the Fourth Periodic
Report of the Philippines,
adopted by the
Committee

(focus on or emphasize
those related with women
and children)

VAL

SEI

CG^

BETTINA

JOSEPH

KYLE^

Invoking IHRL in
Domestic Courts

2007 Philippines mission


report Alston Report
and Follow-up to
Recommendation

Newsbreak Special
Edition (2007) on CyberTrafficking (Malaysia)

Trafficking in Women
and Children in
Zambasulta

Hogerzeil et. al., Ruling


for Access

Holding on to Empty
Promises (Newsbreak
Mar 2, 2009)

ALI

Updated Set of Principles


for the Protection and
Promotion of HR
Through Action to
Combat Impunity

INSTRUCTIONS:
A is tasked to:
o Insert QUESTIONS raised in class and provide answers given in class (mark as **) or possible answers (mark as*).
o COMPILE groups work.
o

Add to or modify your groups output, if needed. Help your groupmates if they need help with their parts.
st

th

Those assigned to 1 -4 readings are tasked to:


o SUMMARIZE the reading(s) in a Q&A format. Provide a clear, concise and comprehensive summary of the document.
o INDICATE if discussed in class (mark with @).
For uniformity, TEMPLATE is provided.
You may discuss within your groups what were discussed in class.
Deadline: JAN 23, 11:59 pm, Wed send to COMPILERS (the A of the group). Compilers send your compilations to me JAN 24, 8am, Thurs.

Hopefully, everyone is okay with the division of the readings.


SWAP ASSIGNMENTS: You may swap assignments within your group.
Note: Advisable to finish your parts over the weekend during your study breaks so you can rest Wednesday night after the midterms.
THANK YOU CLASSMATES and GOOD LUCK with MIDTERMS!

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