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See the ‘Spycatcher’ case, The Observer and The Guardian v United Kingdom (1991) 14 EHRR 153. Mohamed v. 122. 12 on Mon Oct 08 04:52:30 BST 2012. 005 Cambridge Books Online © Cambridge University Press, 2012 what is the point of human rights law? 39 detention and alleged mistreatment while detained’, alleging ‘false imprisonment, trespass to the person, conspiracy to injure, torture, breach of contract, negligence, misfeasance in public office, and breach of the Human Rights Act 1998’. On this occasion the government asked that the proceedings be held in secret on the ground that an open trial of the issue would be contrary to the public interest.
I believe I taught a course on human rights at Harvard for the first time in 1982, and made my first human rights junket the next year, to visit prisons in Israel. The following year I was in Latin America, prisons again. By 1984, I was in Geneva working for the UN. In the heyday of human rights, it all seemed much simpler – we were turning text into deed, aspiration into institution. The language of human rights was everywhere, while the limits of what it could accomplish were only barely apparent.
There are so many unsavory things one simply cannot do anything about, so many unsavory things one finds oneself doing in the human rights business. It is interesting how often we trace the origins of human rights to a declaration and locate the origins of the movement in a group of texts adopted after the Second World War. Human rights in the world is not a text. 12 on Mon Oct 08 04:52:22 BST 2012. 003 Cambridge Books Online © Cambridge University Press, 2012 international human rights: part of the problem?