International Human Rights Law Issues arising out of the Riots in Gujarat

by | Nov 24, 2005

A legal opinion produced by Oxford Pro Bono Publico for LC Associates (November 2005)

This Opinion involved research into various international human rights law issues arising in relation to a suit filed in the Himmatnagar District Court by a victim of the riots perpetrated in Gujarat on 28 February 2002, claiming general and punitive damages against various government officials.

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