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haraliz
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Okay so for my comparative constitutional law module I have to do a presentation that counts as 50% of my grade. I will admit that by all means it is not my strongest subject and I am positively pooping myself about it as I have just received the question through and I don't know what way to go about it! Any help would be amazing!!

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Critically assess the influence of comparative and international human rights law on the constitutional protection of human rights in a country of your choice focusing on one particular right.
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1. Choose a Constitution – you can choose any country but do ensure that you are able to access enough information about the particular constitution to be able to prepare this assessment.
2. Choose a particular human right protected in the country you have chosen – this can be a right which falls into any of the categories or generations of rights as discussed in class (Civil and Political/Economic, Social and Cultural/ Collective).
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Okay so for my comparative constitutional law module I have to do a presentation that counts as 50% of my grade. I will admit that by all means it is not my strongest subject and I am positively pooping myself about it as I have just received the question through and I don't know what way to go about it! Any help would be amazing!!

Question:
Critically assess the influence of comparative and international human rights law on the constitutional protection of human rights in a country of your choice focusing on one particular right.
Guidance:
1. Choose a Constitution – you can choose any country but do ensure that you are able to access enough information about the particular constitution to be able to prepare this assessment.
2. Choose a particular human right protected in the country you have chosen – this can be a right which falls into any of the categories or generations of rights as discussed in class (Civil and Political/Economic, Social and Cultural/ Collective).
Probably would be easiest to look at US Constitution, Bill of Rights and consider how Freedom of Speech (Art 1 Bill of Rights) was influenced by other international treaties and constitutional protections. You would be looking at Anglo influences on the US Constitution etc.

I don't do comparative constitutional law so I can't answer in any further detail.
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