After ten years of the European Convention of Human Rights, the right of individuals to bring cases against governments has been accepted by only two-thirds of the states who have ratified it. Is it, then, effective?
The work of the Commission and the Court of Human Rights, which hear cases brought by individuals against states and by states against states, is discussed in talks by: A. B. McNuLTY
Secretary of the Commission and J. E. S. FAWCETT , Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford, a member of the Commission
by Claude Crebillon
Translated and adapted by ROBERT BALDICK
The Due and Celie discuss the rules of love in the absence of Celie's friend the Marquise. The discussion takes a practical turn
Produced by RAYNER HEPPENSTALL
See page 32
ALEXANDER YOUNG (tenor)
REX STEPHENS (piano)
The Humours of Love
Song of woman's inconstancy The bait
The Heart's Assurance. Tippett
The heart's assurance Compassion The dancer
Remember your lovers
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