The international journal of human rights.

Contributor(s): Miller, Hannah | Redhead, RobinMaterial type: Continuing resourceContinuing resourceSeries: Special issue : Beyond 'rights-based' approaches?5June 2019 ; 23Philadelphia, USA : Routledge : 2019Description: volume 23 ; 25 cmContent type: rdacontent Media type: rdamedia Carrier type: rdacarrierISSN: 13642987Subject(s): Human rights -- Periodicals | Civil rights -- PeriodicalsLOC classification: JC571 | I58 2019 v.23 (5)
Contents:
Beyond ‘rights-based approaches’? Employing a process and outcomes framework / Hannah Miller & Robin Redhead
Human rights and development: the advancement of new campaign strategies / Hannah Miller
Beyond ‘the right to have rights’: creating spaces of political resistance protected by human rights / Jeff Halper & Tom Reifer
Mobilising for food sovereignty: the pitfalls of international human rights strategies and an exploration of alternatives / Emma Larking
Recognising rights and wrongs in practice and politics: human rights organisations and Cambodia’s ‘Law Against the Non-Recognition of Khmer Rouge Crimes’ / Peter Manning
Human rights activism and salafi-jihadi violence / Chetan Bhatt
‘Endless wars of altruism’? Human rights, humanitarianism and the Syrian war / Paul Dixon
Magical legalism: human rights practitioners and undocumented migrants in Mexico / Javier Trevino-Rangel
Translating rights and articulating alternatives: rights-based approaches in ActionAid’s work on unpaid care / Ruth Kelly
Indigenous rights and extractive resource projects: negotiations over the policy and implementation of FPIC / Kathryn Tomlinson
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Special issue : Beyond 'rights-based' approaches?

Beyond ‘rights-based approaches’? Employing a process and outcomes framework / Hannah Miller & Robin Redhead

Human rights and development: the advancement of new campaign strategies / Hannah Miller

Beyond ‘the right to have rights’: creating spaces of political resistance protected by human rights / Jeff Halper & Tom Reifer

Mobilising for food sovereignty: the pitfalls of international human rights strategies and an exploration of alternatives / Emma Larking

Recognising rights and wrongs in practice and politics: human rights organisations and Cambodia’s ‘Law Against the Non-Recognition of Khmer Rouge Crimes’ / Peter Manning

Human rights activism and salafi-jihadi violence / Chetan Bhatt

‘Endless wars of altruism’? Human rights, humanitarianism and the Syrian war / Paul Dixon

Magical legalism: human rights practitioners and undocumented migrants in Mexico / Javier Trevino-Rangel

Translating rights and articulating alternatives: rights-based approaches in ActionAid’s work on unpaid care /
Ruth Kelly

Indigenous rights and extractive resource projects: negotiations over the policy and implementation of FPIC / Kathryn Tomlinson

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