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Global Institutions The Codification of Atrocity in Humanitarian Law This book provides an accessible introduction to the key human rights concepts, the current debates about human rights, strategies and institutions for taking forward the global implementation of human rights, and the core messages that need to be imparted to students and the public at large.
Human Rights in the World Community 3. The Universality of Human Rights 4.
Human Rights as an International Policy Framework 5. Human Rights Protection at the National Level 6. Human Rights Protection at the International Level 7. Article Twelve is fundamental to the Convention and states that all children capable of forming views have the right to express those views, and recognizes that all children have the right to be heard in any judicial and administrative proceedings affecting them.
This book explores the historical and theoretical background to Article Twelve, and examines the various models of participation which have been created to facilitate a better understanding of this provision.
Article 12 and Child Participation 2. Implementing Article 12 in Practice 4. Family Law Proceedings 6. Children in Conflict with the Law 8.
National Human Rights Institutions International Enforcement of the CRC Some fifty years after the criminal prosecutions of the Nuremberg and Tokyo Tribunals of World War II, we have yet to fully understand how law codifies the traumas of genocides and war crimes.
This problem has taken on a new importance following the establishment of the international criminal tribunals in the s, as well as an increasing concern with the appropriate legal resolution of war crimes in post-conflict societies such as Iraq.
More specifically, this book addresses the historical and political contexts of the current legal codifications of trauma.
And, through detailed attention to the various renderings of time and memory which underwrite the dissonance between personal experiences and legal narratives of trauma, its authors provide an original analysis and understanding of the technologies through which trauma is codified in international law.
The History of the Human Rights Act and its Political and Legal Consequences, Francesca Klug explains the nature of human rights discourse through an exploration of its evolution over the last years. From Godless Age to God-awful World 2. An Idea Under Pressure 3.
The Quest for Freedom: First Wave Rights 4. From Liberty to Community: Second Wave Rights 5. Globalisation and Third Wave Rights 6. Time for a New Enlightenment? Routledge Research in Human Rights This book examines the role played by human rights in foreign policy and the determinants of foreign aid, documenting patterns in the relationships between trade, domestic politics and aid.
By bringing together a wide range of practitioners and academic scholars, this special issue addresses key contemporary legal, political and operational challenges to human rights protection.
The Content of Human Rights 3. Measuring Human Rights 4.
Socio-Economic and Administrative Statistics 8. It is also a controversial aspect of peace operations at both an institutional and operational level. For Love or Money? Todd Landman and Edzia Carvalho, both at University of Essex, UK The measurement of human rights has long been debated throughout the various academic disciplines that focus on human rights as well as within the larger international community of practitioners working in the field of human rights.
Written by leading experts in the field, this is the most up-to-date and comprehensive book on how to measure human rights. From Means to End 3. Means, not End 4.
Cross-national Aid Patterns 5. Leadership Out of Obligation: British Development Assistance and Human Rights 6. Neither Here nor There?:In the realm of corporate governance, recent research has confirmed a finding that should instinctively make sense: When a company’s board has a higher proportion of independent directors, the.
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