Balancing Justice: Exploring the Interface of Crime and Human Rights

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Sidra Kanwel
Dr Saeedah Shah
Sarjeet Singh oad


This research article explores the intricate interface between crime and human rights, examining the challenges and opportunities for achieving a delicate balance in legal systems. Grounded in historical perspectives, the analysis navigates the evolution of international human rights instruments and their integration into domestic legal frameworks. The study scrutinizes fundamental human rights in the context of criminal justice, investigating the complexities of criminalization and its potential impact on individual liberties. Procedural safeguards and due process are evaluated as pivotal elements in upholding fair trials and protecting human rights within legal proceedings. Furthermore, the article explores alternatives to traditional incarceration, emphasizing rehabilitation and community-based approaches. In the context of emerging issues, the research addresses the implications of technology on the interface of crime and human rights, including surveillance, data privacy, and artificial intelligence in criminal justice. By weaving together these diverse threads, the article contributes to the ongoing discourse on achieving justice while respecting and safeguarding fundamental human rights in a dynamic global landscape.

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Sidra Kanwel, Dr Saeedah Shah, & Sarjeet Singh oad. (2024). Balancing Justice: Exploring the Interface of Crime and Human Rights. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN AND SOCIETY, 4(1), 421-437. Retrieved from