Global Rights, a human rights NGO, has posted a draft version of their resource guide – “Promoting Women’s Human Rights: A Resources Guide for Litigating International Law in Domestic Courts.” This would be useful for international human rights courses and clinics.
From the book’s introduction:
Promoting Women’s Rights: A Resource Guide for Litigating
International Law in Domestic Courts was designed as a practical
tool to help lawyers and other legal advocates use international
law to advance the promotion and protection of women’s human
rights in their daily lives. This guide considers how lawyers can
integrate international human rights standards into domestic
litigation and legal policy advocacy involving women’s rights; seeks
to encourage lawyers to undertake such advocacy; and provides
practical strategies on how lawyers might go about doing this.
Promoting Women’s Human Rights: A Resources Guide for Litigating International Law in Domestic Courts