Human Rights: 21st Century

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Cavendish Publishing, 1999 M07 2 - 492 páginas
This book brings together established and emerging human rights scholars, practitioners and activists to propose a human rights agenda for the 21st century. It fuses solid academic research, specialist knowledge and practical experience of human rights issues and problems to present a coherent and thought provoking exploration of the new and emergent themes in this exciting area. It will be of particular interest to human rights specialists, in the academic, voluntary and public sectors and will be of particular use to those teaching graduate and undergraduate programmes in human rights. Forewor.
 

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DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW
4
STRUCTURE VERSUS
15
A NEW COURT FOR A NEW AGE ?
54
HOW THE NEW APPROACH WOULD WORK IN PRACTICE
60
HOW BEST TO FILL THE GAPS
72
CONCLUSION
78
abuse of emergencies
88
CONCLUSION
112
CONCLUSION
264
DEVELOPING STRATEGIES
276
NEW CHALLENGES
282
BACKGROUND
289
INFLUENCING THE OPPOSITION
297
RIGHTS PUBLIC ORDER AND POPULAR CULTURE
303
SMALL NGOS AND STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
311
INCORPORATING THE EUROPEAN
325

WOMENS RIGHTS AND THEORY
145
THE PRACTICE OF EQUALITY
155
CHILDRENS RIGHTS
167
ECONOMIC STRATEGIES FOR
181
FOR HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITMENTS
187
THE EUROPEAN
201
REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS AND ASSISTED CONCEPTION
217
AN EVOLVING
233
CAUSES OF THE CHANGING MANDATE
239
NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANISATIONS
247
GENERAL LESSONS FOR NGOS
258
FLAWS IN THE MODEL
333
HUMAN RIGHTS AND EASTERN EUROPE
339
ETHNIC DIMENSIONS OF INTERNATIONAL
355
GLIMMERINGS OF AN AGENDA
361
ISSUES AND PERPLEXITIES
367
MOVING ALONG THE PATH
373
MIGRATION AND THE REFUGEE QUESTION
379
Bibliography
401
Index
429
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