Human Rights in Development Yearbook: Empowerment, Participation, Accountability and Non-Discrimination: Operationalising a Human Rights-Based Approach to Development Martin Scheinin

ISBN: 9789004138759

Published: November 29th 2004

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418 pages


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Human Rights in Development Yearbook: Empowerment, Participation, Accountability and Non-Discrimination: Operationalising a Human Rights-Based Approach to Development  by  Martin Scheinin

Human Rights in Development Yearbook: Empowerment, Participation, Accountability and Non-Discrimination: Operationalising a Human Rights-Based Approach to Development by Martin Scheinin
November 29th 2004 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 418 pages | ISBN: 9789004138759 | 7.55 Mb

The current edition of Human Rights in Development is the fourteenth in the series. Over the years the structure of the yearbook has shifted from that of a journal to a thematic anthology. The theme of this years volume is Empowerment,MoreThe current edition of Human Rights in Development is the fourteenth in the series. Over the years the structure of the yearbook has shifted from that of a journal to a thematic anthology.

The theme of this years volume is Empowerment, Participation, Accountability and Non-Discrimination: Operationalising a Human Rights-Based Approach to Development. The Human Rights in Development Yearbook series takes its starting point in a development perspective and aims to be topical, comprehensive and multidisciplinary, exemplifying the cross-fertilisation of theoretical and practical approaches. Contributions are sought from researchers and practitioners in both recipient and donor countries.

To ensure an increased focus on Southern perspectives the editorial group is in a process of enlargement so as to include representatives from recipient countries. Human Rights in Development is the result of a joint research project born out of longstanding cooperation between the following research institutes and centres for human rights: the Christian Michelsen Institute, Bergen- the Danish Institute for Human Rights, Copenhagen- the Icelandic Human Rights Center, Reykjavik- the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights, Vienna- the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights, Utrecht- the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, Oslo- the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, Lund- and the Abo Akademi University Institute for Human Rights, Turku/Abo.

As in previous years, the publication is aimed at a broad audience, including government agencies, donor agencies, embassies, the press, non-governmental organisations, and the academic community.



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