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Human rights transformation in practice

Destrooper, Tine ; Merry, Sally Engle (1944-...) ; copyright 2018

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  • Titre:
    Human rights transformation in practice
  • Auteur: Destrooper, Tine ;
    Merry, Sally Engle (1944-...)
  • Sujets: Human rights ;
    Social justice ;
    Human rights and globalization ;
    Droits de l'homme ;
    Justice sociale
  • Identifiant: ISBN 978-0-8122-5057-2 ;ISBN 0-8122-5057-5 ; PPN233193162 ; 000470923
  • Titres liés: Collection  ; :Pennsylvania studies in human rights
  • Date de publication: copyright 2018
  • Éditeur: Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press
  • Format: 1 vol. (XII-278 p.) ; 24 cm
  • Langue: Anglais
  • Pays d'édition: États-Unis
  • Note(s): Introduction. On travel, translation, and transformation / Tine Destrooper
    Part I. Initiatives by formal human rights norm-setters
    Chapter 1. The Escher-human rights escalator : technologies of the local / Vasuki Nesiah
    Chapter 2. Accommodating local human rights practice at the UN Human Rights Council / Arne Vandenbogaerde
    Chapter 3. Human rights-based approaches to development : the local, travel, and transformation / Wouter Vandenhole
    Part II. Interactions between social mobilization and legal claim-making
    Chapter 4. Lost through translation : political dialectics of eco-social and collective rights in Ecuador / Johannes M. Waldmüller
    Chapter 5. Upstreaming or streamlining? Translating social movement agendas into legal claims in Nepal and the Dominican Republic / Samuel Martínez
    Chapter 6. New visibilities : challenging torture and impunity in Vietnam / Ken MacLean
    Part III. Human rights programs and the proliferation of nonconfrontational methods
    Chapter 7. Rural-urban migration and education in China : unraveling responses to injurious experiences / Ellen Desmet
    Chapter 8. Localization "light" : the travel and transformation of nonempowering human rights norms / Tine Destrooper
    Chapter 9. Global rights, local risk : community advocacy on right to health in China / Sara L.M. Davis and Charmain Mohamed
    Afterword. Our vernacular futures / Mark Goodale
  • Collection: Pennsylvania studies in human rights
  • Source: Catalogue Cujas

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