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1. Kimpimäki, Minna : Kansainvälinen rikosoikeus, 2015
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Kansainvälinen rikosoikeus / Kimpimäki, Minna, 686 p. - Helsinki : Kauppakamari, 2015.

ISBN 978-952-246-340-1

LANGUAGE: FIN

INTRODUCTION: Kansainvälinen rikosoikeus on ensimmäinen suomenkielinen kirja ajankohtaisesta aiheesta. Teoksessa tarkastellaan kansainvälisten rikostuomioistuinten toimivaltaan kuuluva rikoksia, kuten joukkotuhontaa, sotarikoksia ja rikoksia ihmisyyttä vastaan, sekä kansainvälisissä sopimuksissa määriteltyjä rikoksia, kuten terrorismiin ja järjestäytyneeseen rikollisuuteen liittyviä rikoksia. Kirjassa perehdytään myös kansainvälisen rikostuomioistuimen toimivaltaan ja toimintaan sekä kansallisten tuomioistuinten toimivaltaa määrittäviin sääntöihin. Lisäksi teoksessa luodaan päivitetty katsaus kansainvälisten sopimusten vaikutuksista Suomen kansalliseen rikoslainsäädäntöön.

ABSTRACT: JOHDANTO:. 1. Rikosoikeuden kansainvälistyminen ja eurooppalaistuminen. 2. Kansainvälisten rikosten lajit. 3. Kansainväliset rikokset Suomen rikoslainsäädännössä. 4. Teoksen rakenne. KANSAINVÄLISET RIKOKSET. A. KANSAINVÄLISEN RIKOSTUOMIOISTUIMEN TOIMIVALTAAN KUULUVAT RIKOKSET. 1. Sotarikokset. 2. Rikokset ihmisyyttä vastaan. 3. Joukkotuhonta. 4. Hyökkäysrikos. B. VAKAVAT IHMISOIKEUSLOUKKAUKSET. 1. Rotusyrjintä, rotuerottelu ja rasismi. 2. Kidutus. 3. Tahdonvastainen katoaminen. 4. Seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö, pornografia ja naisiin kohdistuva väkivalta. C. TERRORISMI. 1. Ilmaliikenteeseen kohdistuvat laittomat teot. 2. Meriliikenteeseen kohdistuvat laittomat teot. 3. Kansainvälisesti suojeltuihin henkilöihin kohdistuvat laittomat teot. 4. Panttivangiksi ottaminen. 5. Terroristiset pommi-iskut ja ydinräjähderikokset. 6. Terrorismin rahoittaminen. 7. Terroristisessa tarkoituksessa tehdyt rikokset ja terroristiryhmiin liittyvät rikokset. D. JÄRJESTÄYTYNYT RIKOLLISUUS. 1. Huumausainerikokset. 2. Rahanväärennys ja maksuvälinepetokset. 3. Rahanpesu. 4. Korruptio. 5. Ihmiskauppa ja pakkotyö. 6. Maahanmuuttajien salakuljetus. 7. Tietoverkkorikokset. 8. Järjestäytyneen rikollisryhmän toimintaan osallistuminen. VASTUUSEEN SAATTAMISEN MUODOT. A. KANSAINVÄLISET RIKOSTUOMIOISTUIMET. 1. Ad hoc-tuomioistuimet. 2. Kansainvälinen rikostuomioistuin (ICC). B. KANSALLISTEN TUOMIOISTUINTEN TOIMIVALTA. 1. Toimivaltaperiaatteet. 2. Toimivallan käyttöön liittyviä ehtoja ja rajoituksia.

INDEX WORDS:
* internationell straffrätt = international criminal justice = kansainvälinen rikosoikeus
* krigsförbrytelser = war crimes = sotarikokset
* brott mot mänskliga rättigheter = crimes against humanity = rikos ihmisyyttä vastaan
* folkmord = genocide = kansanmurha
* aggression = aggression = agressio
* rasdiskriminering = racial discrimination = rotusyrjintä
* rasism = racism = rasismi
* tortyr = torture = kidutus
* ofrivilliga försvinnanden = enforced disappearances = pakotettu katoaminen
* sexuellt utnyttjande = sexual abuse = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö
* pornografi = pornography = pornografia
* familjevåld = domestic violence = perheväkivalta
* kvinnor = women = naiset
* terrorism = terrorism = terrorismi
* människohandel = trafficking in persons = ihmiskauppa
* människosmuggling = human smuggling = ihmisten salakuljetus
* sjöröveri = piracy = piratismi
* pantfångar = hostages = panttivangit
* internationellt skydd = international protection = kansainvälinen suojelu
* organiserad brottslighet = organized criminality = järjestäytynyt rikollisuus
* narkotika = drugs = huumeet
* penningtvätt = money laundering = rahanpesu
* korruptio = corruption = korruptio
* tvångsarbete = forced labour = pakkotyö
* internationella brottmålsdomstolen = International Criminal Court (ICC) = kansainvälinen rikostuomioistuin
* nationella domstolar = national courts = kansalliset tuomioistuimet

 
2. Lapsen oikeuksien toteutuminen kansalaisyhteydenottojen valossa, 2013
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Lapsen oikeuksien toteutuminen kansalaisyhteydenottojen valossa : Lapsiasiavaltuutetun vuosikirja 2013 = Genomförandet av barnets rättigheter i ljuset av kontakterna från medborgarna : Barnombudsmannens årsbok 2013 / - ( Lapsivatuutetun toimiston julkaisuja 2013 ; 9), 75 p.. - Helsingfors : Barnombudsmannens byrå, 2013. - ISSN 1798-3991

ISBN 978-952-00-3621-8

LANGUAGE: ENG

INDEX WORDS:
* barn = children = lapset
* barnombudsman = children's ombudsman = lapsioikeusasiamies
* UNICEF = UNICEF = UNICEF
* barnomsorg = child welfare = lastenhuolto
* mobbning = mobbing = kiusaaminen
* sexuellt utnyttjande = sexual abuse = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö
* hälsovård = health care = terveydenhoito
* handikappade barn = disabled children = vammaiset lapset
* CRC Committee = CRC Committee = CRC Committee

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Finland

NOTE (GENERAL): CRC;

LIBRARY LOCATION: S Barnombudsmannens...

 
3. Dudley, Michael (ed.) : Mental health and human rights, 2012
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Mental health and human rights : vision, praxis and courage / Dudley, Michael (ed.) ; Silove, Derrick ; Gale, Fran, xxvii, 704 p.. - Oxford : Oxford U. P., 2012.

ISBN 978-0-19-921396-2

LANGUAGE: ENG

INTRODUCTION: Presents a comprehensive and compelling review of mental health and human rights, shining a light on some of the appalling abuses still taking place today, and looking at how we can resolve some of these problems.

Provides a truly international perspective, with chapters written by a team of authors experienced in dealing with, and facing some of the most challenging abuses of human rights throughout the world.

Mental disorders are ubiquitous, profoundly disabling and people suffering from them frequently endure the worst conditions of life.

In recent decades both mental health and human rights have emerged as areas of practice, inquiry, national policy-making and shared international concern. Human-rights monitoring and reporting are core features of public administration in most countries, and human rights law has burgeoned. Mental health also enjoys a new dignity in scholarship, international discussions and programs, mass-media coverage and political debate. Today's experts insist that it impacts on every aspect of health and human well-being, and so becomes essential to achieving human rights.

It is remarkable however that the struggle for human rights over the past two centuries largely bypassed the plight of those with mental disabilities. Mental health is frequently absent from routine health and social policy-making and research, and from many global health initiatives, for example, the Millenium Development Goals. Yet the impact of mental disorder is profound, not least when combined with poverty, mass trauma and social disruption, as in many poorer countries. Stigma is widespread and mental disorders frequently go unnoticed and untreated. Even in settings where mental health has attracted attention and services have undergone reform, resources are typically scarce, inequitably distributed, and inefficiently deployed. Social inclusion of those with psychosocial disabilities languishes as a distant ideal.

In practice, therefore, the international community still tends to prioritise human rights while largely ignoring mental health, which remains in the shadow of physical-health programs. Yet not only do persons with mental disorders suffer deprivations of human rights but violations of human rights are now recognized as a major cause of mental disorder - a pattern that indicates how inextricably linked are the two domains.

This volume offers the first attempt at a comprehensive survey of the key aspects of this interrelationship. It examines the crucial relationships and histories of mental health and human rights, and their interconnections with law, culture, ethnicity, class, economics, neuro-biology, and stigma. It investigates the responsibilities of states in securing the rights of those with mental disabilities, the predicaments of vulnerable groups, and the challenge of promoting and protecting mental health. In this wide-ranging analysis, many themes recur - for example, the enormous mental health burdens caused by war and social conflicts; the need to include mental-health interventions in humanitarian programs in a manner that does not undermine traditional healing and recovery processes of indigenous peoples; and the imperative to reduce gender-based violence and inequities. It particularly focuses on the first-person narratives of mental-health consumers, their families and carers, the collective voices that invite a major shift in vision and praxis.

The book will be valuable for mental-health and helping professionals, lawyers, philosophers, human-rights workers and their organisations, the UN and other international agencies, social scientists, representatives of government, teachers, religious professionals, researchers, and policy-makers.

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:.

Semyon Gluzman: A personal testament.

PART 1: OVERARCHING CONCEPTUAL ISSUES:.

1: Winton Higgins: Human rights development: provenance, ambit and effect.

2: Charles Watters: Mental health and illness as human rights issues: philosophical, historical and social perspectives and controversies.

3: Michael L Perlin and Eva Szeli.: Mental health law and human rights: evolution and contemporary challenges.

4: Laurence Kirmayer: Culture and context in human rights.

5: Jennifer Randall, Graham Thornicroft, Elaine Brohan, Aliya Kassam, Elanor Lewis-Holmes, and Nisha Mehta: Stigma and discrimination: critical human rights issues for mental health.

6: Alexander McFarlane and Richard Bryant: Genes, Biology, Mental Health and Human Rights. The Effects of Traumatic Stress as a Case Example.

7: Tristan McGeorge and Dinesh Bhugra: Race, class, mental health and human rights.

8: Roshni Mangalore, Martin Knapp and David McDaid: Mental health economics, mental health policies and human rights.

9: Catherine Esposito and Daniel Tarantola: Mental disability, HIV and human rights.

10: Amita Dhanda: Universal Legal Capacity as a Universal Human Right.

COMENTARY:.

1. Eugene Brody: Technology and human rights: a personal perspective.

2. Ezra Susser and Mich Bresnahan: Global mental health and social justice.

PART 2: HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES, PSYCHIATRY, NATION STATES AND MARKETS:.

11: Michael Dudley and Fran Gale: Through a glass, darkly: Legacies of the Nazis and the Nuremberg trials for mental health and human rights.

12: Robert van Voren: The abuse of psychiatry for political purposes.

13: Derrick Silove, Susan Rees, and Zachary Steel: The return of torture.

14: Jim Welsh: Medicine, mental health and capital punishment.

15: Danny Sullivan and Paul Mullen: Mental health and human rights in secure settings.

16: Alan Rosen, Tully Miller Rosen, and Patrick McGorry: The rights of people with severe and persistent mental illness.

17: Jonathan H. Marks: Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape: A Framework Proposal for the Comprehension and Prevention of Health Professionals' Complicity in Detainee Abuse.

COMMENTARY 3:.

Thomas Kallert: Coercive treatment in psychiatry: a human rights issue?.

18. Philip Mitchell: Psychiatrists and the pharmaceutical industry - on the ethics of a complex relationship.

COMMENTARY 4:.

Vikram Patel, Arthur Kleinman, and Benedetto Saraceno: Protecting the human rights of people with mental disorders: a call to action for global mental health.

COMMENTARY 5:.

Meg Smith: Detained, diagnosed and discharged: human rights and the lived experience of mental illness in New South Wales.

PART 3: SOME VULNERABLE GROUPS:.

19. Zachary Steel, Catherine R. Bateman Steel and Derrick Silove: Civillilan populations affected by conflict and displacement : mental health and the human rights imperative.

20: Sarah Mares and Jon Jureidini: Child and adolescent refugees and asylum seekers in Australia: The Ethics of exposing children to suffering to achieve social outcomes.

21: Zachary Steel, Catherine R. Bateman Steel, and Derrick Silove: Civilian populations affected by conflict and displacement: Mental health and the human rights imperative.

22: Kathleen Maltzahn and Louella Villadiego: Trafficking, mental health and human rights.

23: Beverley Raphael, Carol Nadelson, Mel Taylor, and Jennifer Jacobs: Human rights and women's mental health.

24: Ernest Hunter, Helen Milroy, Ngiare Brown, and Tom Calma: Mental health, human rights and indigenous people.

25: Ian Hall and Evan Yacoub: Human rights for people with intellectual disabilities.

26: Mark Tomlinson, Peter Cooper, Leslie Swartz, and Mireille Landman: Reflections from a mother-infant intervention: a human rights based approach to research collaboration.

27: Myron Belfer and Diana Samarasan: Missing Voices: Speaking up for the rights of children and adolescents with disabilities.

28: Carmelle Peisah and Henry Brodaty: The mental health and rights of mentally ill older people.

29: Louise Newman: Mental health, rights and people with diverse sexual identities and orientations.

30: Adrian Carter and Wayne Hall: The rights of individuals treated for drug addiction.

COMMENTARY 6: Lakshmi Vijayakumar and Lillian Craig Harris: The veil of silence: human rights and suicide.

PART 4: Protection of mental health: current provisions and how they may be strengthened:.

Introduction.

31: Crick Lund, Tom Sutcliffe, Alan Flisher, and Dan J. Stein: : Protecting the rights of the mentally ill in poorly resourced settings: experiences from four African countries 32: Francois Crepeau and Anne-Claire Gayet: Human rights standards relevant to mental health and how they may be made more effective.

33: John RM Copeland, Eugene Brody, Tony Fowke, Preston Garrison, and Janet Meagher: The role of world associations and the United Nations.

34: David Oaks: Whose voices should be heard: the role of mental health consumers, psychiatric survivors and families Gunilla Backman and Judith Mesquita: The Right to Health.

35: Oliver Lewis and Nell Munro: The right to participation of people with mental disabilities in legal and policy reforms.

36. Reflections from a mother-infant intervention: a human rights-based approach to research collaboration.

37: Peter Walkts. Julia Shearsby and Zachary Steel: Cognitive-behavioural therapy, human rights and psychosis.

38: Fran Gale and Michael Dudley: Promoting social goodness and preventing human rights violations: a post-Nuremberg inheritance for the helping professions.

PART 5: Towards the future:.

Norman Sartorius: Afterword: Global mental health and human rights: barriers and opportunities

INDEX WORDS:
* mental hälsa = mental health = mielenterveys
* ursprungsfolk = indigenous peoples = alkuperäiskansat
* asyl = asylum = turvapaikka
* asylsökande = asylum seekers = turvapaikanhakijat
* flyktingar = refugees = pakolaiset
* autonomi = autonomy = autonomia
* dödsstraff = death penalty = kuolemanrangaistus
* barn = children = lapset
* medborgarskap = citizenship = kansalaisuus
* CEDAW Committee = CEDAW Committee = CEDAW Committee
* CERD Committee = CERD Committee = CERD Committee
* CESCR Committee = CESCR Committee = CESCR Committee
* CPT Committee = CPT Committee = CPT Committee
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* folkmord = genocide = kansanmurha
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* HIV/AIDS = HIV/AIDS = HIV/AIDS
* invandrare = immigrants = maahanmuuttajat
* interamerikanska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = Inter-American Court of Human Rights = Inter-Amerikkalainen ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* internationella brottmålsdomstolen = International Criminal Court = kansainvälinen rikostuomioistuin
* lagstiftning = legislation = lainsäädäntö
* NGO = NGO = NGO
* fattigdom = poverty = köyhyys
* graviditet = pregnancy = raskaus
* rasism = racism = rasismi
* självbestämmanderätt = self-determination = itsemääräämisoikeus
* sexuellt utnyttjande = sexual abuse = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö
* självmord = suicide = itsemurha
* tortyr = torture = kidutus
* människohandel = trafficking in persons = ihmiskauppa
* Världsbanken = World bank = Maailmanpankki
* handikappade = disabled persons = vammaiset

NOTE (GENERAL): UN charter; UDHR; CEDAW; CERD; CRPD; CAT; CAT-OP; CRC; Declaration on the rights of indigenous peoples; ICESCR; ECHR; ECPT; ESC; Framework convention on climate change; Geneva conventions; ICCPR; CRPD; Declaration on the rights of persons belonging to minorities;

URL http://ukcatalogue.oup.com/product/9780199213962.do

 
4. Buck, Trevor (ed.) : International child law, 2011
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

International child law / Buck, Trevor (ed.). - 2. ed.., xvii, 358 p.. - New York : Routledge, 2011.

ISBN 978-0-415-48717-7

LANGUAGE: ENG

INTRODUCTION: International Child Law examines and discusses the international legal framework and issues relating to children at both a global and regional level. Analysing both public and private international legal aspects, this cross-disciplinary text promotes an understanding of the ongoing development of child law and the protection of the child.

This second edition has been substantially updated and revised, and three new chapters have been introduced. Together with new material on sexual exploitation and children’s involvement in armed conflict, a new chapter on indigenous children’s rights responds to the recent United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child remains a central topic, and the mechanisms and policy underlying the Hague Conventions on Intercountry Adoption and Parental International Child Abduction are dealt with in two further chapters. Drawing on a genuine range of legal disciplines, International Child Law is a valuable resource for those in the course of study and research in this area.

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:.

1. Childhood and Children's Rights.

2. Introduction to International Law Sources and Institutions.

3. United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child 1989.

4. Child Labour.

5. International Parental Child Abduction.

6. Inter-Country Adoption.

7. Sexual Exploitation.

8. Children and Armed Conflict.

9. Indigenous Children's Rights

INDEX WORDS:
* barn = children = lapset
* barnarbete = child labour = lapsityö
* väpnad konflikt = armed conflict = aseellinen selkkaus
* CRC Committee = CRC Committee = CRC Committee
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* ursprungsfolk = indigenous peoples = alkuperäiskansat
* ICRC = ICRC = ICRC
* ILO = ILO = ILO
* sexuellt utnyttjande = sexual exploitation = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö
* internationella domstolar = international courts = kansainväliset tuomioistuimet
* adoption = adoption = adoptio
* kidnappning = kidnapping = kidnappaus

NOTE (GENERAL): CRC; CRC-OP; ECHR; Hague convention;

URL http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415487177/

 
5. Invernizzi, Antonella (ed.) : The human rights of children , 2011
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

The human rights of children : from visions to implementation / Invernizzi, Antonella (ed.) ; Williams, Jane, xvi, 354 p.. - Farnham, Surrey : Ashgate, 2011.

ISBN 978-1-4094-0531-3

LANGUAGE: ENG

INTRODUCTION: This volume provides a series of critical analyses of some of the contemporary debates in relation to the human rights of children, resituating them within visions which informed the text of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child in 1989. The studies embrace examination of some of today's widespread interpretations of the CRC, analysis of what is implied by a human rights-based approach in research and advocacy and consideration of advances and barriers to research and to several aspects of CRC implementation. With contributions by leading experts in the field, the book examines the CRC as an international instrument, its inherent dilemmas and some of the debates generated by the challenges of implementation. It embraces examinations of different levels of governance from the international to the state party, regional and local levels, including institutional developments and changes in law, policy and practice.

ABSTRACT: Contents: Preface; Introduction: human rights of children: from visions to implementation?.

1. The value and values of children's rights, by Michael Freeman.

2. Are children's rights still human?, by Nigel Cantwell.

3. Understanding a human rights based approach to matters involving children: conceptual foundations and strategic considerations, by John Tobin.

4. The CRC: dynamics and directions of monitoring its implementation, by Jaap E. Doek.

5. Acknowledging children as international citizens: a child-sensitive communication mechanism for the Convention on the Rights of the Child, by Geraldine van Bueren.

6. Has research improved the human rights of children? Or have the information needs of the CRC improved data about children?, by Judith Ennew.

7. How are the human rights of children related to research methodology?, by Harriot Beazley, Sharon Bessell, Judith Ennew and Roxana Waterson.

8. Using the Convention on the Rights of the Child in law and policy: two ways to improve compliance, by Ursula Kilkelly.

9. Using the CRC to inform EU law and policy-making, by Helen Stalford and Eleanor Drywood.

10. The roles of independent children's rights institutions in implementing the CRC, by Brian Gran.

11. Multi-level governance and CRC implementation, by Jane Williams.

12. Human rights and child poverty in the UK: time for change, by Rhian Croke and Anne Crowley.

13. An exploration of the discrimination-rights dynamic in relation to children, by Elspeth Webb.

14. Child health equity: from theory to reality, by Jeffrey Goldhagen and Raúl Mercer.

15. Our rights, our story: Funky Dragon's report to the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child, by Funky Dragon.

INDEX WORDS:
* väpnad konflikt = armed conflict = aseellinen selkkaus
* barn = children = lapset
* barnets bästa = best interest of the child = lapsen etu
* barnarbete = child labour = lapsityö
* fattigdom = poverty = köyhyys
* barnsoldater = child soldiers = lapsisotilaat
* CRC Committee = CRC Committee = CRC Committee
* diskriminering = discrimination = syrjintä
* rätt till undervisning = right to education = oikeus opetukseen
* EU = EU = EU
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* HIV/AIDS = HIV/AIDS = HIV/AIDS
* migration = migration = siirtolaisuus
* sexuellt utnyttjande = sexual abuse = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö

NOTE (GENERAL): CRC; CEDAW; UDHR; African charter onthe rights and welfare of children; Declaration on the rights of the child; Charter of fundamental rights; CRC-OP; ICESCR; ICCPR; CRPD;

URL http://www.ashgate.com/default.aspx?page=637&calcTitle=1&title_id=9839&edition_id=13096

 
6. Jones, Jackie (ed.) : Gender, sexualities and law, 2011
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Gender, sexualities and law / Jones, Jackie (ed.) ; Grear, Anna ; Fenton, Rachel Anne ; Stevenson, Kim, xi, 334 p.. - Oxon : Routledge, 2011.

ISBN 978-0-415-57439-6

LANGUAGE: ENG

INTRODUCTION: Bringing together an international range of academics, Gender, Sexualities and Law provides a comprehensive interrogation of the range of contemporary issues – both topical and controversial – raised by the gendered character of law, legal discourse and institutions. The gendering of law, persons and the legal profession, along with the gender bias of legal outcomes, has been a fractious, but fertile, focus of reflection. It has, moreover, been an important site of political struggle. This collection of essays offers an unrivalled examination of its various contemporary dimensions, focusing on: issues of theory and representation; violence, both national and international; reproduction and parenting; and partnership, sexuality, marriage and the family. Gender, Sexualities and Law will be invaluable for all those engaged in research and study of the law (and related fields) as a form of gendered power.

ABSTRACT: PART 1: Theory, Law and Sex:.

1. Women and the Cast of Legal Persons, by Ngaire Naffine.

2. De/Sexing the Woman Lawyer, by Rosemary Hunter.

3. ‘Sexing the Matrix’: Embodiment, Disembodiment and the Law: Towards the Re-Gendering of Legal Personality?, by Anna Grear.

4. Vulnerability, Equality and the Human Condition, by Martha A. Fineman.

PART 2: Representations, Law and Sex:.

5. The ‘Gendered Company’ Revisited, by Alice Belcher.

6. The Public Sex of the Judiciary: The Appearance of the Irrelevant and the Invisible, by Leslie J. Moran.

7. Sexuality, Gender and Social Cognition: Lesbian and Gay Identity in Judicial Decision-Making, by Todd Brower.

8. The Gendered Dock: Reflections on the Impact of Gender Stereotyping in the Criminal Justice System, by Judith Rowbotham.

PART 3: Violence, Law and Sex:.

9. ‘She Never Screamed out and Complained’: Recognising Gender in Legal and Media Representations of Rape, by Kim Stevenson.

10. Gendering Rape: Social Attitudes towards Male and Female Rape, by Phil N.S. Rumney and Natalia Hanley.

11. When Hate is not Enough: Tackling Homophobic Violence, by Iain McDonald.

12. The Legal Construction of Domestic Violence: ‘Unmasking’ a Private Problem, by Mandy Burton.

PART 4: International Violence, Law and Sex:.

13. Criminalization or Protection? Tensions in the Construction of Prevention Strategies Concerning Trafficking for the Purposes of Sexual Exploitation, by Anna Carline.

14. A Woman’s Honour and a Nation’s Shame: ‘Honour Killings’ in Pakistan, by Shilan Shah-Davis.

15. Supranational Criminal Prosecution of Sexual Violence, by Anne-Marie de Brouwer.

PART 5: Reproduction, Law and Sex:.

16. The Strange Case of the Invisible Woman in Abortion Law Reform, by Kate Gleeson.

17. Third-Wave Feminism, Motherhood and the Future of Feminist Legal Theory, by Bridget J. Crawford.

18. ‘Shall I be Mother?’ Reproductive Autonomy, Feminism and the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008, by Rachel Anne Fenton, D. Jane V. Rees and Sue Heenan.

19. Motherhood and Autonomy in a Shared Parenting Climate, by Susan B. Boyd.

PART 6: Relationships, Law and Sex:.

20. A very British Compromise? Civil Partnerships, Liberalism by Stealth and the Fallacies of Neo-Liberalism, by Jeffrey Weeks.

21. Attitudes to Same-Sex Marriage in South African Muslim Communities: An Exploratory Study, by Elsje Bonthuys and Natasha Erlank.

22. Taking ‘Sex’ out of Marriage in the EU, by Jackie Jones.

23. From Russia (and Elsewhere) with Love: Mail Order Brides, by Jennifer Marchbank.

INDEX WORDS:
* kvinnor = women = naiset
* jämlikhet = equality = tasa-arvo
* homosexualitet = homosexuality = homoseksuaalisuus
* våldtäkt = rape = raiskaus
* sexuellt utnyttjande = sexual exploitation = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö
* reproduktiva rättigheter = reproductive rights = lisääntymiseen liittyvät oikeudet
* abort = abortion = abortti
* feminism = feminism = naisasialiike
* embryologi = embryology = sikiöoppi
* hedersmord = honour killing = kunniamurha
* grundläggande rättigheter = fundamental rights = perusoikeudet
* barn = children = lapset
* familjevåld = domestic violence = perheväkivalta
* EU = EU = EU
* HIV/AIDS = HIV/AIDS = HIV/AIDS
* äktenskap = marriage = avioliitto
* muslimer = Muslims = muslimit
* människohandel = trafficking in persons = ihmiskauppa

NOTE (GENERAL): EU charter of fundamental rights; ECHR;

URL http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415574396/

 
7. Odello, Marco (ed.) : International military missions and international law, 2011
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

International military missions and international law / Odello, Marco (ed.) ; Piotrowicz, Ryszard - (International humanitarian law series ; vol. 31), xxi, 308 p.. - Leiden : Martinus Nijhoff publ., 2011.

ISBN 978-9004-17437-5

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:.

Chapter 1. Towards Integrated Peace Operations: The Evolution of Peacekeeping and Coalitions of the Willing, by Nigel D. White.

Chapter 2. Legal Regimes Governing International Military Missions , by Marco Odello and Ryszard Piotrowicz.

Chapter 3. IHL Obligations of the UN and other International Organisations Involved in International Missions, by Katie E. Sams.

Chapter 4. A Single Standard for Coalitions: Lowest Common Denominator or Highest Standard?, by Susan C. Breau.

Chapter 5. Human Rights Law and Peacekeeping Operations, by Noëlle Quénivet.

Chapter 6. Rules of Engagement, by Ben Klappe.

Chapter 7. Crisis Response Operations in Maritime Environments, by Ulf Häußler.

Chapter 8. Criminal Responsibility of International Military Missions and Personnel, by Paolina Massidda.

Chapter 9. The Responsibility of International Organisations for Military Missions, by Nicholas Tsagourias.

INDEX WORDS:
* OAU = OAU = OAU
* Afrikanska Unionen = African Union = Afrikan Unioni
* väpnad konflikt = armed conflict = aseellinen selkkaus
* väpnade styrkor = armed forces = asevoimat
* krigstillstånd = belligerency = sotatila
* barn = children = lapset
* civilbefolkning = civilian population = siviiliväestö
* kollektiv säkerhet = collective security = kollektiivinen turvallisuus
* kombattant = combatant = taistelija
* brott mot mänskligheten = crimes against humanity = rikos ihmisyyttä vastaan
* diskriminering = discrimination = syrjintä
* EU = EU = EU
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* folkmord = genocide = kansanmurha
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* ICRC = ICRC = ICRC
* internationella brottmålsdomstolen = international criminal court (ICC) = kansainvälinen rikostuomioistuin
* internationell humanitär rätt = international humanitarian law = kansainvälinen humanitaarinen oikeus
* internationella tribunalen för krigsförbrytelser = international tribunal on war crimes (ICTY and ICTR) = kansainvälinen sotarikostuomioistuin
* jus cogens = jus cogens = jus cogens
* jus in bello = jus in bello = jus in bello
* jus post bellum = jus post bellum = jus post bellum
* ockupation = occupation = miehitys
* fredsbevarande styrkor = peace-keeping forces = rauhanturvajoukot
* fångar = prisoners = vangit
* fängelseförhållanden = prison conditions = vankilaolosuhteet
* sanktioner = sanctions = pakotteet
* sexuellt utnyttjande = sexual abuse = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö
* statsansvar = state responsibility = valtiovastuu
* slaveri = slavery = orjuus
* tortyr = torture = kidutus
* krigsförbrytelser = war crimes = sotarikokset
* rättsstatsprincip = rule of law = oikeusvaltioperiaate
* självförsvar = self-defence = itsepuolustus
* massförstörelsevapen = weapons of mass destruction = joukkotuhoaseet
* sjöröveri = piracy = piratismi

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Afghanistan / Angola / Bosnia-Herzegovina / Cambodia / Canada / Darfur / East Timor / France / Haiti / Horn of Africa / Israel / Kuwait / Lebanon / Mozamique / Liberia / Rwanda / Somalia / Sierra Leone / United Kingdom / Yugoslavia

LOCAL GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Kosovo

NOTE (GENERAL): UDHR; UN charter; AMR; ACHPR; CAT; Convention on cluster munitions; Eldoret declaration; ECHR; Framework convention for the protection of national minorities; Dayton agreement; Geneva conventions; ICCPR; ICESCR;

 
8. Verdirame, Guglielmo : The UN and human rights, 2011
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

The UN and human rights : who guards the guardians / Verdirame, Guglielmo - ( Cambridge studies in international and comparative law), lvi, 448 p.. - Cambridge : Cambridge U. P., 2011.

ISBN 978-0-521-84190-0

LANGUAGE: ENG

INTRODUCTION: Through an analysis of UN operations including international territorial administration, refugee camps, peacekeeping, the implementation of sanctions and the provision of humanitarian aid, Guglielmo Verdirame shows that the powers exercised by the UN carry a serious risk of human rights abuse. The International Law Commission has codified and developed the law of institutional responsibility, but, while indispensable, these principles and rules cannot on their own ensure compliance and accountability. The 'liberty deficit' of the UN and of other international organisations, thus remains an urgent legal and political problem. Some solutions may be available; indeed, recent state and institutional practice offers interesting examples in this respect. But at a fundamental level we need to ask ourselves whether, judged on the basis of the principle of liberty, the power shift from states to international organisations is always beneficial.

ABSTRACT: Table of Contents:.

1. Introduction.

2. Concepts and definitions.

3. Human rights obligations of international organisations.

4. International institutional responsibility.

5. UN relief and development operations.

6. UN peacekeeping.

7. International administrations.

8. Implementation of UN sanctions.

9. Accountability.

10. Conclusions.

INDEX WORDS:
* ansvarighet = accountability = vastuullisuus
* UNHCR = UNHCR = UNHCR
* levnadsförhållanden = living conditions = elinolosuhteet
* apartheid = apartheid = rotusorto
* väpnad konflikt = armed conflict = aseellinen selkkaus
* barn = children = lapset
* motåtgärder = countermeasures = vastatoimet
* counter-terrorism = counter-terrorism = terrorismin vastainen toiminta
* diskriminering = discrimination = syrjintä
* rättvis rättegång = fair trial = oikeudenmukainen oikeudenkäynti
* verkställande = enforcement = voimaansaattaminen
* EU = EU = EU
* ECJ = ECJ = ECJ
* könsdiskriminering = sex discrimination = sukupuolisyrjintä
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* icke-diskriminering = non-discrimination = syrjintäkielto
* humanitär intervention = humanitarian intervention = humanitaarinen interventio
* ILO = ILO = ILO
* IMF = IMF = IMF
* ICJ = ICJ = ICJ
* nationella domstolar = national courts = kansalliset tuomioistuimet
* fredsbevarande styrkor = peacekeeping forces = rauhanturvajoukot
* flyktingar = refugees = pakolaiset
* självförsvar = self-defence = itsepuolustus
* gottgörelse = reparation = hyvitys
* sanktioner = sanctions = pakotteet
* sexuellt utnyttjande = sexual abuse = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö
* UNICEF = UNICEF = UNICEF
* kvinnor = women = naiset
* Världsbanken = World Bank = Maailmanpankki
* krigsförbrytelser = war crimes = sotarikokset
* FN:s folkrättskommission = International Law Commission (ILC) = kansainvälisen oikeuden toimikunta

NOTE (GENERAL): ACHPR; CAT; CEDAW; Genocide convention; Convention on the law of the sea; CRC; ECHR; Geneva conventions; Hague convention (IV); ICCPR; CERD; Additional protocols to the Geneva conventions; Slavery convention; ICC statute; UDHR;

URL http://www.cambridge.org/gb/knowledge/isbn/item6416884/?site_locale=en_GB

 
9. Biaudet, Eva : Den nationella rapportören om människohandel, 2010
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Den nationella rapportören om människohandel : rapport 2010 : människohandel och relaterade fenomen samt tillgodoseendet av offrens rättigheter i Finland = Kansallisen ihmiskaupparaportoija : kertomus 2010 / Biaudet, Eva - ( Publikationsserie ; B 17/2010), iv, 179 p.. - Helsinki : Vähemmistövaltuutettu , 2010. - ISSN 1799-1412

ISBN 978-952-491-583-0

LANGUAGE: SWE, FIN

INTRODUCTION: Inför publiceringen av denna rapport har minoritetsombudsmannen i drygt ett års tid fungerat som nationell rapportör om människohandel. Enligt lagen om minoritetsombudsmannen och diskrimineringsnämnden har den nationella rapportören om människohandel som uppgift att följa med människohandel och med den förknippade fenomen samt att främja och övervaka arbetet mot människohandel. Under sitt första verksamhetsår har den nationella rapportören om människohandel strävat efter att skapa en hållbar grund för sin verksamhet. Förutom att ha sammanställt denna rapport har den nationella rapportören om människohandel deltagit i informering och utbildning gällande människohandel, gett myndigheter och aktörer i tredje sektorn rekommendationer, utlåtanden och rådgivning om människohandel och arbetet mot den, deltagit som expert, talare och observatör i flera arbetsgrupper och möten gällande människohandel i hemlandet och utomlands samt hjälpt offer för människohandel.

Den nationella rapportören om människohandel är en oberoende myndighetsaktör, som strävar efter gott samarbete såväl med andra myndigheter som med aktörer i tredje sektorn. Rapportören strävar efter att fungera som brobyggare mellan myndigheter och organisationer. Den nationella rapportören om människohandel granskar arbetet mot människohandel utgående från offrets synvinkel och bedömer, hur rättigheterna för människohandelns offer tillgodoses och hurdana hinder för tillgodoseendet av offrens rättigheter det möjligtvis finns i det finländska systemet. Som måttstockar för bedömningen fungerar internationella avtal och rekommendationer. På så sätt strävar den nationella rapportören om människohandel att förbättra identifieringen av offer för människohandel och förverkligandet av deras rättigheter samt att främja brottsbekämpning och förebyggandet av människohandel. Samtidigt strävar den nationella rapportören om människohandel efter att öka medvetenheten om människohandeln och olika former av utnyttjande med anknytning till den bland dem som arbetar med människohandelns offer och bland allmänheten .

INDEX WORDS:
* människohandel = trafficking in persons = ihmiskauppa
* lagstiftning = legislation = lainsäädäntö
* offer = victims = uhrit
* rättshjälp = legal assistance = oikeusapu
* barnets bästa = best interest of the child = lapsen etu
* tvångsarbete = forced labour = pakkotyö
* sexhandel = sex trade = seksikauppa
* strafflag = criminal law = rikoslaki
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* internationella tribunalen för krigsförbrytelser = international tribunal on war crimes (ICTY and ICTR) = kansainvälinen sotarikostuomioistuin
* CRC Committee = CRC Committee = CRC Committee

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Finland

NOTE (GENERAL): European convention on action against trafficking in human beings; ECHR; CEDAW-OP; Migrant workers convention; CERD; ICESCR; ICCPR; The worst forms of child labour (ILO convention no. 182); CAT; CEDAW; CRC; Convention Concerning the Abolition of Forced Labour;

URL http://www.ofm.fi/intermin/vvt/home.nsf/pages/index2

 
10. Cook, Rebecca J. : Gender stereotyping , 2010
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Gender stereotyping : transnational legal perspectives / Cook, Rebecca J. ; Cusack, Simone - (Pennsylvania studies in human rights), xviii, 270 p.. - Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, 2010.

ISBN 978-0-8122-4214-0

LANGUAGE: ENG

INTRODUCTION: "While both lawyers and psychologists have been aware of the role of stereotypes in discrimination, there is little literature addressing the legal status of stereotypes as gender discrimination. Gender Stereotyping makes a substantial contribution to the field by bringing the insights of psychology to bear on the legal approaches in a sophisticated way."—Susan Williams, Walter W. Foskett Professor of Law, Indiana University Drawing on domestic and international law, as well as on judgments given by courts and human rights treaty bodies, Gender Stereotyping offers perspectives on ways gender stereotypes might be eliminated through the transnational legal process in order to ensure women's equality and the full exercise of their human rights.

A leading international framework for debates on the subject of stereotypes, the Convention of the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women, was adopted in 1979 by the UN General Assembly and defines what constitutes discrimination against women. It also establishes an agenda to eliminate discrimination in all its forms in order to ensure substantive equality for women. Applying the Convention as the primary framework for analysis, this book provides essential strategies for eradicating gender stereotyping. Its proposed methodology requires naming operative gender stereotypes, identifying how they violate the human rights of women, and articulating states' obligations to eliminate and remedy these violations.

According to Rebecca J. Cook and Simone Cusack, in order to abolish all forms of discrimination against women, priority needs to be given to the elimination of gender stereotypes. While stereotypes affect both men and women, they can have particularly egregious effects on women, often devaluing them and assigning them to subservient roles in society. As the legal perspectives offered in Gender Stereotyping demonstrate, treating women according to restrictive generalizations instead of their individual needs, abilities, and circumstances denies women their human rights and fundamental freedoms.

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:.

1. Understanding gender stereotyping.

2. Naming gender stereotyping.

3. State obligations to eliminate gender sterotyping.

4. Gender sterotyping as a form of discrimination.

5. The role of the Women's Committee in Eliminating gender sterotyping.

6. Moving forward with the elimination of gender sterotyping.

INDEX WORDS:
* ECJ = ECJ = ECJ
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* interamerikanska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = Inter-American Court of Human Rights = Inter-Amerikkalainen ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* CEDAW Committee = CEDAW Committee = CEDAW Committee
* CERD Committee = CERD Committee = CERD Committee
* kommittén för de mänskliga rättigheterna = Human Rights Committee = ihmisoikeuskomitea
* ICJ = ICJ = ICJ
* PCIJ = PCIJ = PCIJ
* nationell rätt = national law = kansallinen oikeus
* abort = abortion = abortti
* sysselsättning = employment = työllisyys
* hälsovård = health care = terveydenhoito
* homosexualitet = homosexuality = homoseksuaalisuus
* invandring = immigration = maahanmuutto
* äktenskap = marriage = avioliitto
* NGO = NGO = NGO
* graviditet = pregnancy = raskaus
* sexuellt utnyttjande = sexual abuse = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö
* kvinnor = women = naiset
* reproduktiva rättigheter = reproductive rights = lisääntymiseen liittyvät oikeudet

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Australia / Botswana / Canada / Colombia / Fiji / India / Israel / Malaysia / Nepal / New Zealand / Nigeria / Pakistan / Philippines / South Africa / Taiwan / Uganda / United Kingdom / USA / Zimbabwe

NOTE (GENERAL): AMR; ECHR; ACHPR; ACHPR-OP; Inter-American convention on the elimination of all forms of discrimination with disabilities; Inter-American convention on the prevention, punishment and eradication of violence against awomen; CRPD; CERD; Vienna convention on the law of treaties;

URL http://www.upenn.edu/pennpress/book/14658.html

 
11. Leeuwen, Fleur van : Women's rights are human rights, 2010
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Women's rights are human rights : the practice of the United Nations Human Rights Committee and the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights / Leeuwen, Fleur van - (School of human rights research series ; vol. 36), xxi, 318 p.. - Antwerp : Intersentia, 2010.

ISBN 978-90-5095-980-3

LANGUAGE: ENG

INTRODUCTION: ‘Women’s rights are human rights!’ This notion may seem self evident, as the United Nations system for the promotion and the protection of human rights builds on the idea of equality in dignity and rights of men and women. Yet, as was convincingly showed by critics of this international system, it is not.

At the 1993 World Conference on Human Rights held in Vienna, Austria, a caucus of women’s rights activists made it unequivocally clear that much of what women experience as everyday abuse was largely kept outside the realm of international human rights. Their arguments were heard. In the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action, the outcome document of the Conference, 171 states call upon the monitoring bodies of the international human rights treaties to include the status and human rights of women in their deliberations and findings.

Many years have passed since this landmark event. High time to check the results achieved: have human rights of women actually become an integral part of mainstream international human rights activities? This book examines whether the work of two human rights monitoring bodies, the United Nations Human Rights Committee and the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, reflects compliance with the request of the 1993 World Conference. The focus is on the attention of the bodies for matters that affect women’s physical integrity.

INDEX WORDS:
* kvinnor = women = naiset
* abort = abortion = abortti
* väpnad konflikt = armed conflict = aseellinen selkkaus
* väpnade styrkor = armed forces = asevoimat
* CEDAW Committee = CEDAW Committee = CEDAW Committee
* preventivmedel = contraceptives = ehkäisyvälineet
* diskriminering = discrimination = syrjintä
* familjevåld = domestic violence = perheväkivalta
* jämlikhet = equality = tasa-arvo
* familjeplanering = family planning = perhesuunnittelu
* kvinnlig könsstympning = female genital mutilation (FGM) = naisten sukupuolielinten silpominen
* tortyr = torture = kidutus
* HIV/AIDS = HIV/AIDS = HIV/AIDS
* övervakning av mänskliga rättigheter = human rights monitoring = ihmisoikeuksien valvonta
* graviditet = pregnancy = raskaus
* våldtäkt = rape = raiskaus
* reproduktiva rättigheter = reproductive rights = lisääntymiseen liittyvät oikeudet
* rätt till liv = right to life = oikeus elämään
* sexturism = sex tourism = seksimatkailu
* rätt till privatliv = right to privacy = oikeus yksityiselämään
* sexuellt utnyttjande = sexual abuse = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö
* sterilisering = sterilization = sterilisointi
* änkor = widows = lesket
* CEDAW Committee = CEDAW COmmittee = CEDAW Committee
* kommittén för de mänskliga rättigheterna = Human Rights Committee = ihmisoikeuskomitea
* WHO = WHO = WHO
* UNICEF = UNICEF = UNICEF
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* rättsfall/rättspraxis = cases/case law = oikeustapaukset/oikeuskäytäntö
* rätt till hälsa = right to health = oikeus terveyteen

NOTE (GENERAL): CEDAW; ICCPR; ICESCR; ECHR; UDHR;

URL http://www.intersentia.be/searchDetail.aspx?back=reeks&reeksCode=&bookid=101248

 
12. Melander, Sakari : EU-rikosoikeus, 2010
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

EU-rikosoikeus / Melander, Sakari, xvii, 378 p.. - Helsinki : WSOY pro, 2010.

ISBN 978-951-0-35250-2

LANGUAGE: FIN

INTRODUCTION: EU-rikosoikeuden perusteiden hallinta on välttämätöntä jokaiselle rikosoikeuden kanssa työskentelevälle. Tässä EU-rikosoikeuden perusteoksessa esitellään EU-rikosoikeuden keskeiset toimintatavat ja vaikutukset kansalliseen lainsäädäntöön sekä lainsoveltamiseen. Kirjassa käsitellään myös EU:n instituutioiden merkitystä EU-rikosoikeuden kannalta sekä tarkastellaan EY-tuomioistuimen rikosoikeudellisesti merkittäviä tapauksia ? kuin myös kansallisia EU-rikosoikeuteen liittyviä tapauksia. Kirjan avulla voidaan helposti paikantaa Suomen rikoslainsäädännön EU-taustaiset osat.

Tämä ensimmäinen suomalainen yleisesitys EU-rikosoikeudesta toimii mainiosti käytännön käsikirjana tällä ajankohtaisella, nopeasti kehittyvällä alueella. Se on välttämätön työkalu tuomareille, syyttäjille, asianajajille ja kaikille rikosoikeuden kanssa työskenteleville.

ABSTRACT: I. EU-rikosoikeuden peruskysymyksiä.

II. EU:n instituutiot ja rikosoikeus.

III. EU-rikosoikeuden kansallinen käsittely.

IV. EU-rikosoikeuden instrumentit.

V. EU-oikeuden vaikutustavat ja rikosoikeus.

VI. EU-rikosoikeuden periaatteet.

VII. EU-rikosoikeuden keskeiset toimintatavat.

VII. EU-rikosoikeuden keskeiset toimintatavat.

VIII. EU:n rikosoikeudelliset instituutiot.

IX. Vastavuoroinen tunnustaminen käytännössä.

X. Rikoslainsäädäntöjen lähentäminen käytännössä.

INDEX WORDS:
* EU-rätt = EU law = EU-oikeus
* straffrätt = criminal law = rikosoikeus
* EU = EU = EU
* Europarådet = Council of Europe = Euroopan Neuvosto
* ECJ = ECJ = ECJ
* människohandel = trafficking in persons = ihmiskauppa
* barn = children = lapset
* sexuellt utnyttjande = sexual abuse = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö
* implementering = implementation = toteuttaminen
* rasism = racism = rasismi
* terrorism = terrorism = terrorismi
* CFSP = CFSP = CFSP

NOTE (GENERAL): TEU; ToA; Treaty of Lisbon;

LIBRARY LOCATION: Europarätt

URL http://yritysonline.wsoy.fi/wsoypro.aspx?navi=Kirjat.Kirjat-ja-verkkokirjat&bookid=6738&sub=-1&special=allbooks&subtype=8

 
13. Quenivet, Noelle (ed.) : International law and armed conflict, 2010
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

International law and armed conflict : challenges in the 21st century / Quenivet, Noelle (ed.) ; Shah-Davis, Shilan, xxviii, 434 p.. - Hague : T.M.C. Asser Press, 2010.

ISBN 978-90-6704-311-3

LANGUAGE: ENG

INTRODUCTION: While a more traditional approach to international law and armed conflict focuses on the use of force and international humanitarian law, this book incorporates other international legal regimes such as human rights law, international private law, international criminal law, environmental law, as well as regional and national legal regimes. In doing so, a broader picture emerges and reveals the current challenges faced by lawyers in regulating armed conflicts. This in turn highlights the complexities, intricacies, and the interrelationship of the different regimes that may be rendered applicable to armed conflicts. Also, in taking a more inclusive approach, this book provides a new perspective on both existing and emerging themes in this field. The topics covered in this book include privatisation of warfare, protection of the environment, use of natural resources to support armed conflicts, involvement of children in armed conflicts, the relationship between peace, security and justice.

ABSTRACT: INTRODUCTION:.

1. Confronting the challenges of international law and armed conflict in the 21st century, by Noëlle Quénivet and Shilan Shah-Davis.

2. Myths of 'lawfare' and 'legal encirclement', by Christopher P. M. Waters.

PART I. Accountability:.

3. Issues of the Draft Convention on the Criminal Accountability of United Nations Officials and Experts on Mission, by Melanie O'Brien. 4. Internationalising the Colombian armed conflict through humanitarian law and transitional justice, by Rafael A. Prieto Sanjuán. 5. Criminal accountability or civil liability: which approach most effectively redresses the negative environmental consequences of armed conflict?, by Tara Smith.

Commentary on: accountability, by Bill Bowring.

PART II. Environment and Natural Resources:.

6. The impact of armed conflict on sustainable development: a holistic approach, by Onita Das. 7. A darker shade of green: is it time to ecocentrise the laws of war?, by Karen Hulme. 8. Targeted economic measures to curb armed conflict? The Kimberley Process on the trade in 'conflict diamonds', by Jan Wetzel.

Commentary on: environmental and natural resources, by William Schabas.

PART III. Privatisation and Armed Conflict:.

9. Business under fire: transnational corporations and human rights in conflict zones, by Olga Martin-Ortega. 10. The influence of non-governmental actors on compliance with international law – compliance with UNSC decisions on Angola's conflict diamonds, by Pini Pavel Miretski. 11. Private regulation of private military companies: a potentially private solution to a commercial problem?, by Dewi Williams.

Commentary on: privatisation and armed conflict, by Ademola Abass.

PART IV. Children and Armed Conflict:.

12. Children and the International Criminal Court, by Cynthia Chamberlain. 13. Child terrorists: why and how should they be protected by international law?, by Hilly Moodrick-Even Khen.

Commentary on: children and armed conflict, by Williams Schabas.

PART V. Implementation of International Humanitarian Law:.

14. Today's quest for international criminal justice – a short overview of the present state of criminal prosecution of international crimes, by Sascha-Dominik Bachmann.

Commentary on: implementation of international humanitarian law, by Bill Bowring.

Commentary on: implementation of international humanitarian law, by Gerd Hankel.

PART VI. Reforming the Laws of War:.

15. Bridging the gaps in the laws of armed conflict? International criminal tribunals and the development of humanitarian law, by Shane Darcy.

16. Devising new rules for regulating international terrorism warfare and engaging non-state actors in the negotiations Konstantinos, by D. Magliveras.

Commentary on: reforming the laws of war, by Gerd Hankel.

PART VII. Peace, Security and Justice:.

17. 'In the interest of peace and in the interest of justice': Security Council deferrals as a constructive tool for conflict resolution, by Yassin A. M'Boge. 18. Procedural aspects of the relationship between the International Criminal Court and future truth commissions. Lessons learned from the cases of Sierra Leone and East Timor, by Madalena Pampalk. 19. The impact of the legal right of self-determination on the law of occupation as a framework for post-conflict state reconstruction, by Matthew Saul.

Commentary on: peace, security and justice, by Ademola Abass.

Commentary on: peace, security and justice, by Nigel White.

Conclusion, by Noëlle Quénivet and Shilan Shah-Davis.

INDEX WORDS:
* ansvarighet = accountability = vastuullisuus
* barn = children = lapset
* civilbefolkning = civilian population = siviiliväestö
* klimatförändring = climate change = ilmastomuutos
* kombattant = combatant = taistelija
* skadestånd = compensation = vahingonkorvaus
* brott mot mänskligheten = crimes against humanity = rikos ihmisyyttä vastaan
* EU = EU = EU
* folkmord = genocide = kansanmurha
* grova brott mot mänskliga rättigheter = gross violations of human rights = törkeät ihmisoikeusloukkaukset
* gerilla = guerrilla = sissiliike
* internationella brottmålsdomstolen = international criminal court (ICC) = kansainvälinen rikostuomioistuin
* internationella tribunalen för krigsförbrytelser = international tribunal on war crimes (ICTY and ICTR) = kansainvälinen sotarikostuomioistuin
* jurisdiktion = jurisdiction = lainkäyttö
* jus ad bellum = jus ad bellum = jus ad bellum
* jus cogens = jus cogens = jus cogens
* jus in bello = jus in bello = jus in bello
* multinationella bolag = transnational corporations (TNC) = monikansalliset yritykset
* NATO = NATO = NATO
* NGO = NGO = NGO
* kontroll över naturtillgångar = natural resources control = luonnonvarojen valvonta
* OAS = OAS = OAS
* non-state actors = non-state actors = non-state actors
* förföljelse = prosecution = vaino
* våldtäkt = rape = raiskaus
* gottgörelse = reparation = hyvitys
* ockupation = occupation = miehitys
* fredsbevarande styrkor = peacekeeping forces = rauhanturvajoukot
* självbestämmanderätt = self-determination = itsemääräämisoikeus
* sanktioner = sanctions = pakotteet
* självförsvar = self-defence = itsepuolustus
* sexuellt utnyttjande = sexual abuse = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö
* hållbar utveckling = sustainable development = kestävä kehitys
* terrorism = terrorism = terrorismi
* tortyr = torture = kidutus
* offer = victims = uhrit
* krigsförbrytelser = war crimes = sotarikokset
* kvinnor = women = naiset
* legosoldat = mercenary = palkkasotilas
* landminor = land mines = maamiinat
* krigsfångar = prisoners of war = sotavangit
* Sanningskommissioner = Truth Commissions = Totuuskomissiot
* Specialdomstolen för Sierra Leone = Special Court for Sierra Leone = Sierra Leonen erityistuomioistuin
* internationell humanitär rätt = international humanitarian law = kansainvälinen humanitaarinen oikeus
* väpnad konflikt = armed conflict = aseellinen selkkaus

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Afghanistan / Angola / Australia / Botswana / Cambodia / Canada / Colombia / Darfur / East Timor / Iran / Iraq / Israel / Kuwait / Occupied Palestinian Territories / Sierra Leone / Somalia / South Africa / Sudan / Viet Nam / Yugoslavia

LOCAL GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Gaza Guantanamo Bay Kosovo

NOTE (GENERAL): Rio declaration; CEDAW; ECHR; ICESCR; ICCPR; Vienna convention on the law of the sea;

URL http://www.asser.nl/publications.aspx?subject=0&site_id=28&level1=14485&sub2=&bibid=4220&url=http://www.springer.com/978-90-6704-311-3

 
14. Roth, Venla : Defining human trafficking, identifying its victims, 2010
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Defining human trafficking, identifying its victims : a study on the impact and future challenges of the international, European and Finnish legal responses to prostitution-related trafficking in human beings / Roth, Venla, xiii, 351 p.. - Turku : University of Turku, 2010.

ISBN 978-952-92-6755-2

LANGUAGE: ENG

INDEX WORDS:
* människohandel = trafficking in persons = ihmiskauppa
* sexuellt utnyttjande = sexual abuse = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö
* slaveri = slavery = orjuus
* prostitution = prostitution = prostituutio
* EU = EU = EU
* offer = victims = uhrit
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* strafflag = criminal law = rikoslaki
* gästarbetare = migrant workers = vierastyöläiset
* nationell rätt = national law = kansallinen oikeus
* strafflag = criminal law = rikoslaki
* diskriminering = discrimination = syrjintä
* Europarådet = Council of Europe = Euroopan Neuvosto
* barnhandel = child trafficking = lapsikauppa
* gästarbetare = migrant workers = vierastyöläiset
* CAT Committee = CAT Committee = CAT Committee
* CERD Committee = CERD Committee = CERD Committee
* CEDAW Committee = CEDAW Committee = CEDAW Committee
* UNHCR = UNHCR = UNHCR

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Finland

NOTE (THESIS): Dr.iur., University of Turku, [2010]; [T]

NOTE (GENERAL): CEDAW; CERD; ECHR; ICCPR; ICESCR; ESC; ESC-Rev.;

 
15. Willems, Jan CM (ed.) : Children's rights and human development, 2010
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Children's rights and human development : a multidisciplinary reader / Willems, Jan CM (ed.), xvii, 946 p.. - Antwerp : Intersentia, 2010.

ISBN 978-94-000-0032-2

LANGUAGE: ENG

INTRODUCTION: Children’s rights and Human development is a new and uncharted domain in human rights and psychology research. This multidisciplinary Child Rights Reader is a first attempt to introduce this domain to students and researchers of children’s rights, child development, child maltreatment, family and child studies and related fields.

For many lawyers, children’s rights are limited to their legal dimension: the norms and institutions of international human rights law, often with an exclusive focus on the Convention on the Rights of the Child and its monitoring treaty body, the Committee on the Rights of the Child. However, there are three other dimensions to children’s rights. Children’s rights share a moral and a political dimension with all human rights, which most non-international lawyers all too often overlook. And children’s rights have a fourth dimension: the time dimension of child and human development. This time dimension is multidisciplinary in itself. Human development begins – at least – nine months before child birth. When we are four years old, our brain is ninety percent adult size. The infrastructure of our personality, health and resilience is formed in our first years of life – determined by the quality and sheer quantity of parent-child interaction, and based on the successful outcome of our first developmental task in life: secure attachment formation. Yet, more than one third of our children are not securely attached. According to research published in The Lancet in 2009, one in ten children in high income countries is maltreated. Violence against children is a worldwide plague. Socio-economic and socio-emotional deprivation are still transmitted from generation to generation in both rich and poor states.

Investing in early childhood, positive parenting and child rights education makes sense – from both a human, a human development, a human rights, a child rights and an economic perspective. This Child Rights Reader brings together substantial and fascinating texts from many fields and disciplines which illustrate and elaborate this point. Arranged in ten chapters titled according to pertinent child rights principles and concepts, these texts offer a state-of-the-art view of the enormous progress made in the past decades and years in several fields of human knowledge. In between these texts several news and factual items inform the reader on the huge gap that still exists between what we know and what we do to make this world a better place for children, and thus to promote human development and better protect human rights. Child rights violations are still met with more rhetoric than leadership. But change is on its way.

The texts in this book may be used both as background readings and as tasks for group discussion in problem based learning or other educational settings in child rights law and psychology courses. This book also aims at a broader academic and public audience interested in the many aspects and ramifications of Children’s rights and Human development.

ABSTRACT: 1. VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN – UN STUDY AND RELATED ISSUES .

2. VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN – CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT / CHILD MALTREATMENT.

2BIS. THE LANCET’S SERIES ON CHILD MALTREATMENT.

2TER. US SURVEY OF CHILDREN’S EXPOSURE TO VIOLENCE.

3. VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN – SEXUAL EXPLOITATION.

4. VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN – CHILD MARRIAGE, CORPORAL PUNISHMENT AND OTHER TRADITIONAL PRACTICES.

4BIS. CORPORAL PUNISHMENT.

5. SAFETY AND DEVELOPMENT – AFFECTION, SECURE ATTACHMENT, BRAIN DEVELOPMENT, EARLY CHILDHOOD.

6. BEST INTERESTS OF THE CHILD – POSITIVE PARENTING, PUBLIC POLICY.

7. DIRECTION AND GUIDANCE – POSITIVE DISCIPLINE, PARENT EDUCATION.

8. EVOLVING CAPACITIES – PARTICIPATION, IDENTITY, YOUTH VIOLENCE, YOUTH RIGHTS.

9. AIMS OF EDUCATION – PSYCHOLOGICAL, HUMAN RIGHTS/ CITIZENSHIP AND CHILD RIGHTS EDUCATION.

10. VARIOUS ITEMS AND ISSUES – LEGAL, OTHER.

APPENDIX: CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD.

INDEX WORDS:
* barn = children = lapset
* sexuellt utnyttjande = sexual abuse = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö
* familjevåld = domestic violence = perheväkivalta
* kroppsaga = corporal punishment = ruumiillinen kuritus
* barnäktenskap = child marriage = lapsiavioliitto
* kvinnlig könsstympning = female genital mutilation (FGM) = naisten sukupuolielinten silpominen
* barnets bästa = best interest of the child = lapsen etu
* rätt till undervisning = right to education = oikeus opetukseen
* föräldrar = parents = vanhemmat
* ungdomar = youth = nuoriso

NOTE (GENERAL): CRC; Un declaration on human rights education and training;

URL http://www.intersentia.be/searchDetail.aspx?back=reeks&reeksCode=&bookid=101461

 
16. Protecting children from sexual violence, 2010
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Protecting children from sexual violence : a comprehensive approach / ; Prepared by the Council of Europe programme "Building a Europe for and with children", 32 p.. - Strasbourg : Council of Europe, 2010.

ISBN 978-92-871-6972-3

LANGUAGE: ENG

INTRODUCTION: protecting children from sexual violence - A comprehensive approach is a collection of highly readable expert papers for both child professionals and the general public. It is divided into five parts, presenting a European overview and covering the existing legal frameworks; abuse prevention and reporting; rehabilitation and social reintegration of victims; sexual violence on the Internet; and public and private partnerships against abuse. It also sheds light on the little-known problem of children who are sexually abusing other children. In addition to providing thorough information on the many facets of this complex subject, this publication also highlights new concepts, facts and recommendations. Foremost is the significant lack of data on the prevalence and nature of sexual violence in Europe, underscoring the need for co-ordinated pan-European research and information gathering, which are vital to effective policy making and programme design. It also sounds the alarm for urgent co-ordinated action in various fields to drastically improve child protection through awareness raising; targeted and specialised training, intervention and therapy programmes; sex education in schools; responsible family attitudes; and justice systems with tighter abuse laws and which take account of children's special needs as reliable witnesses. protecting children from sexual violence is published as part of the Council of Europe campaign to stop sexual violence against children. The hope is that this publication will inspire judges, the police, educators, governments, the media and legislatures to join the campaign and expose, demythify and take concerted action to combat sexual violence against children, a phenomenon that affects as many as 20% of children in Europe.

ABSTRACT: Contents:.

PART ONE: The reality of sexual violence against children in Europe and existing legal frameworks:.

1. Overview of the nature and extent of child sexual abuse in Europe. 2. The United Nations legislative framework for the protection of children from sexual violence, including sexual abuse and exploitation. 3. Sexual violence against children - The European legislative framework and outline of Council of Europe conventions and European Union policy.

PART TWO: Sexual violence against children - Preventing and reporting:.

4. Children's participation in policy and practice to prevent child sexual abuse - Developing empowering interventions. 5. Towards a child-friendly justice and support for child victims of sexual abuse. 6. Against all odds - Communicating about sexual violence. 7. Sexual abuse of children with disabilities. 8. Preventing and signalling sexual violence against children - Policies and standards for child care in Europe. 9. Child helplines as awareness-raising, referral and reporting mechanisms on sexual violence against children. 10. Training professionals - An essential strategy for eradicating child sexual abuse. 11. The responsibility and co-ordination of professionals in tackling child sexual abuse. 12.Teaching children to protect themselves from sexual abuse. 13. Sexuality education and the prevention of sexual violence. 14. Gathering data on sexual violence against children.

15. Preventing sexual violence against children through citizenship and human rights education.

PRT THREE: Rehabilitation and social reintegration of child victims, including child perpetrators:.

16. Recovery services for child victims of sexual violence and their families - What can be offered?. 17. Child and adolescent sexual abusers - For a rehabilitative approach driven by scientific evidence. 18. Children and young people exhibiting sexually harmful behaviour - What have we learned and what do we need to know to propose effective intervention?.

PART FOUR: Sexual violence on the Internet:.

19. The Internet dimension of sexual violence against children. 20. Awareness raising to combat online sexual violence.

PART FIVE: Public and private partnerships to eliminate sexual violence against children:.

21. Engaging the travel and tourism sector in protecting children from sexual exploitation. 22.Stop sex trafficking of children and young people - a unique ECPAT and Body Shop campaign.

INDEX WORDS:
* barn = children = lapset
* utnyttjande av barn = exploitation of children = lasten hyväksikäyttö
* sexuellt våld = sexual violence = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö
* barnavård = child care = lastenhoito
* handikappade barn = disabled children = vammaiset lapset
* offer = victims = uhrit
* INTERNET = INTERNET = INTERNET
* barnhandel = child trafficking = lapsikauppa
* barnpornografi = child pornography = lapsipornografia

NOTE (GENERAL): CRC; Convention for the suppression of the traffic in persons and of the exploitation of the prostitution of others; CEDAW; The worst forms of child labour (ILO convention no. 182); ECHR;

LIBRARY LOCATION: CoE-2010

URL http://book.coe.int/EN/recherche.php

 
17. Johnston, Elliott (ed.) : Indigenous Australians and the law, 2009
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Indigenous Australians and the law / Johnston, Elliott (ed.) ; Hinton, Martin ; Rigney, Daryle. - 2. ed.., xviii, 270 p.. - New York : Routledge, 2009.

ISBN 978-1-876905-39-2

LANGUAGE: ENG

INTRODUCTION: Bringing together a well-respected team of commentators, many of them indigenous Australians themselves, this revised and updated edition examines the legal, social and political developments that have taken place in Australia since the publication of the last edition.

Providing students with a greater understanding of the issues facing Indigenous Australians in the hope of contributing to reconciliation, the authors explore a broad range of developments, including: human rights and reconciliation in contemporary Australia; the demise of ATSIC; issues of indigenous governance and water rights.

Giving readers an incisive account of the resounding impact of social, political and legal conditions upon the Indigenous people of Australia and their interaction with and recourse to the law, this book is an excellent resource for those interested in the law of a coloniser or conqueror and its lasting impact upon first nations.

ABSTRACT: Contents T Bunda: Indigenous Australians and the Legacy of European Conquest : The last ten years since 1997.

2. Elliott Johnston: The Royal Commissions into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody: Looking forward, Looking Backward.

3. Irene Watson: Aboriginal Women's Law and Lives: How might we keep growing the law?.

4. Wayne Chiwell: Petrol sniffing.

5. E. P. Mullighan: Aboriginal children in state care and the stolen generations: the South Asutralian children in State Care Commission of Inquiry.

6. Terri Janke: Indigenous cultural expression and intellectual property.

7. Bruce Debelle: Aboriginal customary law and the common law.

8. Tom Gray, Sally Burgess and Martin Hinton: Indigenous Australians and sentencing.

9. Neva Collings and Virgina Falk: Water:aboriginal peoples in Australia and their spiritual relationship with waterscapes.

10. Fred Tanner: Land rights, native title and indigenous land use agreements.

11. Daryle Rigney, Steve Hemming and Shaun Berg: Letters patent, native title and the crown in South Australia.

12. John von Doussa and Tom Calma: Human rights and reconciliation in contemporary Australia.

13. Lester-Irabinna Rigney: Conflict-handling mechanisms in Australia reconciliation.

14. Megan Davis: Self-determination and the demise of the aboriginal and Torres Strait Isalnder Commission.

15. Michael Dodson and Robin McNamee: Recognition of the indigenous people of Australia and their rights.

16. Chris Kourakis and Stephen McDonald: Aboriginal representation in government.

INDEX WORDS:
* urinvånare = aborigines = alkuasukkaat
* barn = children = lapset
* kolonisation = colonization = siirtokunnan perustaminen
* strafflag = criminal law = rikoslaki
* sedvanerätt = customary law = tapaoikeus
* landrättigheter = land ownership rights = maanomistusoikeus
* rätt att deltaga = right to participate = oikeus osallistua
* självbestämmanderätt = self-determination = itsemääräämisoikeus
* sexuellt utnyttjande = sexual abuse = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö
* kvinnor = women = naiset
* WIPO = WIPO = WIPO
* immaterialrätt = intellectual property rights = immateriaalioikeus
* rättsfall/rättspraxis = cases/case law = oikeustapaukset/oikeuskäytäntö

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Australia

NOTE (THESIS): The Royal Commissions into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody: Land Rights, Native Title & Indigenous Land Use D Rigney,

NOTE (GENERAL): Aboriginal Women?s Law and Lives : How might we keep Letters Patent, Native Title and the Crown in South Australia Convention on biological diversity; CERD; RAMSAR convention; ICCPR-1-25-27; UN charter; UDHR; ICESCR -1-2-11-13;

LIBRARY LOCATION: Off.rätt.

URL http://www.routledgelaw.com/books/Indigenous-Australians-and-the-Law-isbn9781876905392

 
18. Klabbers, Jan (Editor-in-Chief) : Finnish yearbook of international law , 2009
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Finnish yearbook of international law / Klabbers, Jan (Editor-in-Chief) ; Creutz, Katja ; Wallendahl, Åsa (executive editors), viii, 430 p.. - Leiden : Martinus Nijhoff publ., 2009. - ISSN 0786-6453

ISBN 978-90-04-182011

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: Table of contents:.

1. Outi Korhonen: Introduction to the Special Theme: International Post-Conflict Governance.

2. Katja Keinänen International Law and the Interests of Liberal Market Economy:The Non-Issue of Environmental Protection in the Kosovo International Administration.

3. Diane Otto: The Sexual Tensions of UN Peace Support Operations: A Plea for ‘Sexual Positivity’.

4. Barbara Delcourt and Nina Wilén: International Administration of Foreign Territories and Sovereignty: An Impossible Equation.

5. Jörn Müller & Andreas Paulus: Survival Through Law: Is there a Law Against Nuclear Proliferation?.

6. Tuomas Forsberg: Post-Conflict Justice and the Finnish Civil War 1918: Reconciliation Without Truth?.

7. Bernhard Knoll: Kosovo’s Endgame and Its Wider Implications in Public International Law.

8. Tiina Pajuste: Legality of International Territorial Administration by the United Nations.

ARTICLES:.

1. Jean D’Aspremont: The Foundation of the International Legal Order.

2. Miia Halme: From the Periphery to the Centre: Emergence of the Human Rights Phenomenon in Finland.

3. Daniel Joyce: Fact-Finding and Evidence at the International Court of Justice:Systemic Crisis, Change or More of the Same?.

4. Pekka Niemelä: Law and Universalism, from Antiquity to the Middle Ages.

5. Fouad Zarbiev: Les politiques des vérités juridiques en droit international: Propos autour d’une controverse interjurisdictionelles.

Book Reviews & Review Articles:.

1. Gerry Simpson: Law, War and Crime: War Crimes Trials and the Reinvention of International Law (Katja Creutz).

2. Mark Freeman: Truth Commissions and Procedural Fairness (Timo Kallinen).

3. Matthew Craven: The Decolonization of International Law: State Succession and the Law of Treaties (Jan Klabbers).

4. Anne Orford (ed.), International Law and its Others; Johanna Kantola and Johanna Valenius (eds), Toinen maailmanpolitiikka: 10 käsitettä feministiseen kansainvälisten suhteiden tutkimukseen (Outi Korhonen).

New Finnish Doctoral Dissertations in International Law:.

1. Marja Lehto International Responsibility for Terrorist Acts: A Shift Towards More Indirect Forms of Responsibility; Statement by Ove Bring.

2. Mats Lindfelt: Fundamental Rights in the European Union: Towards Higher Law of the Land? A Study of the Status of Fundamental Rights in a Broader Constitutional Setting; Statement by Rick Lawson.

3. Merja Pentikäinen Creating an Integrated Society and Recognising Differences: The Role and Limits of Human Rights, with Special Reference to Europe; Statement by Rainer Hofmann.

Ius Gentium Association.

INDEX WORDS:
* NATO-bombning = NATO bombing = NATOn pommitus
* miljöskydd = environmental protection = ympäristönsuojelu
* militär intervention = military intervention = sotilaallinen interventio
* sexuellt utnyttjande = sexual abuse = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö
* kvinnor = women = naiset
* fredsbevarande styrkor = peace-keeping forces = rauhanturvajoukot
* suveränitet = sovereignty = suvereniteetti
* icke-spridning av kärnvapen = non-proliferation of nuclear weapons = ydinaseiden leviämisen estäminen
* ICJ = ICJ = ICJ
* rättsfall/rättspraxis = cases/case law = oikeustapaukset/oikeuskäytäntö
* EU-rätt = EU law = EU-oikeus

NOTE (MEETINGS): Symposium International Post-Conflict Governance

NOTE (GENERAL): UN charter; UN chapter-chap.VII;

 
19. Zifcak, Spencer : United Nations reform, 2009
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

United Nations reform : heading North or South? / Zifcak, Spencer - (Routledge advances in international relations and global politics), xx, 218 p.. - London : Routledge, 2009.

ISBN 978-0-415-47720-8

LANGUAGE: ENG

INTRODUCTION: This book examines recent attempts at reform within the United Nations in the wake of the institutional crisis provoked by the invasion of Iraq. It contends that efforts at reform have foundered owing to fundamental and bitter political disagreements between the nations of the global North and South.

Following profound discord in the Security Council in the lead up to the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003, this book considers the ambitious programme of reform instigated by then serving UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan. The author of this highly topical work, Spencer Zifcak, subjects six of Annan’s principal proposals for reform to scrutiny: the reform of the Security Council, the General Assembly, and the Human Rights Council, and suggested alterations to international law with respect to the use of force in international affairs, the ‘responsibility to protect’, and UN strategies to counter global terrorism. On the basis of these detailed case-studies, the book demonstrates why so few proposals for reform were eventually adopted. It argues that the principal reason for this failure was that nations of the North and South could not agree as to the merits of the reforms proposed, exposing the sharply differing visions held by member states for a future and improved United Nations.

Founded upon extensive interviews with diplomats at the United Nations, the book provides a rare ‘insider’ account of UN politics and practice. It will be of vital interest to students, scholars and practitioners of International Relations, International Law, and International Institutions.

ABSTRACT: 1. The Grand Vision.

2. The Security Council.

3. The General Assembly.

4. The Human Rights Council.

5. The Use of Force in International Affairs.

6. The Responsibility to Protect.

7. Counter-Terrorism Strategy.

8. Explaining What Happened.

9. The UN’s North-South Divide.

10. Epilogue

INDEX WORDS:
* Säkerhetsrådet = Security Council = Turvallisuusneuvosto
* Rådet för mänskliga rättigheter = Human Rights Council = Ihmisoikeusneuvosto (YK)
* användning av maktmedel = use of force = voimakeinojen käyttö
* terrorism = terrorism = terrorismi
* counter-terrorism = counter-terrorism = terrorismin vastainen toiminta
* folkmord = genocide = kansanmurha
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* NATO-bombning = NATO bombing = NATOn pommitus
* non-intervention = non-intervention = puuttumattomuusperiaate
* nedrustning = disarmament = aseidenriisunta
* rättsstatsprincip = rule of law = oikeusvaltioperiaate
* självförsvar = self-defence = itsepuolustus
* sexuellt utnyttjande = sexual abuse = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö
* den universella granskningen = UPR review = yleismaailmallinen määräaikaistarkastelu
* massförstörelsevapen = weapons of mass destruction (WMD) = joukkotuhoaseet
* självbestämmanderätt = self-determination = itsemääräämisoikeus
* nord-syddialogen = north-south dialogue = pohjoinen-etelä keskustelu

NOTE (GENERAL): UN charter; Declaration on friendly relations; UDHR;

URL http://www.routledge.com/books/United-Nations-Reform-isbn9780415477208

 
20. Costa, Jean-Paul (foreword by) : International justice for children, 2008
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

International justice for children / Costa, Jean-Paul (foreword by) - ( Building a Europe for and with children : monograph ; 3), 154 p.. - Strasbourg : Council of Europe, 2008.

ISBN 978-92-871-6534-3

LANGUAGE: ENG

INTRODUCTION: Children's rights have gained greater global visibility through the almost universal ratification of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. Treaty bodies for other international and regional instruments, which cover the rights of "everyone", including children, are giving increasing attention to children's rights. In the same vein, human rights mechan¬isms, including regional ones such as the European Court of Human Rights, the European Committee of Social Rights and the Inter-American Commission and Court, have become more sensitive to children's rights. With this increasing visibility comes the recognition that children in every country of the world suffer widespread and often severe breaches of the full range of their rights - civil, political, economic, social and cultural. In many cases, children do not have adequate or realistic remedies for breaches of their rights at national level. Seeking remedy through inter¬national and regional human rights mechanisms, though on the increase, is not well-developed. international justice for children discusses the principles of child-friendly justice at international level and examines monitoring mechanisms and current systems of admissibility, determining how easy or difficult it is for children to gain access to them. This publication also identifies the obstacles to be overcome and proposes concrete ways to remove them through specific recommendations to governments, international organisations and monitoring bodies. This work is a solid contribution to making international justice acces¬sible, friendly and meaningful to children, thus ensuring that children's rights safeguarded by conventions are concrete and not just theoretical.

ABSTRACT: FIRST PART : MILESTONES IN INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE FOR CHILDREN:.

1. The European convention on human rights and children's rights, by Francoise Tulkens. 2. The protection of children's rights through the European social charter, by Polonca Koncar. 3. The UNited Nations monitoring bodeis and the protection of children's rights, by Jane Connors.

4. International law and children's rights: a critical review and a wish list, by Marta Santos Pais.

SECOND PART - ACCESS OF CHILDREN TO INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE:.

1. Improving children's access to the European Court of Human Rights, by Isabelle Berro-Lefevre. 2. Access of children to the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, by Margarette May Macaulay. 3. Access of children to the African human rights protection system, by Helen Seifu. 4. Implementation of international standards and decisions at national level - the role of ombudspersons, by George Moschos.

THIRD PART - TOWARDS A CHILD-FRIENDLY JUSTICE:.

1. Child participation and access to the United Nations convention on the rights of the child, by Yanghee Lee. 2. Children and the courts - children's testimony injudicial proceedings affecting them, by Josiane Bigot. 3. The principles of child-friendly justice at national level, by Willie McCarney. 4. The principles of child-friendly justice at international level, by Peter Newell. 5. Making international and regional human rights complaints/communications mechanisms child-friendly, by Thomas Hammarberg.

INDEX WORDS:
* barn = children = lapset
* CRC Committee = CRC Committee = CRC Committee
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* rättsfall/rättspraxis = cases/case law = oikeustapaukset/oikeuskäytäntö
* interamerikanska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = Inter-American Court of Human Rights = Inter-amerikkalainen ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* deltagande = participation = osallistuminen
* implementering = implementation = toteuttaminen
* vittnesmål = testimony = todistus
* asyl = asylum = turvapaikka
* invandring = immigration = maahanmuutto
* familjevåld = domestic violence = perheväkivalta
* CPT-Committee = CPT Committee = CPT Committee
* CAT Committee = CAT Committee = CAT Committee
* CEDAW Committee = CEDAW Committee = CEDAW Committee
* barnhandel = child trafficking = lapsikauppa
* sexuellt utnyttjande = sexual exploitation = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö

NOTE (GENERAL): CRC; ECHR-1; European convention on the exercise of children's rights; European convention on the protection of children against sexual exploitation and secual abuse; Europea n convention on action against trafficking in human beings; ESC; ECPT; ICESCR; EU charter of fundamental rights; Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of the Child on the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography;

LIBRARY LOCATION: CoE-2008

URL http://book.coe.int/EN/recherche.php

 
21. Guinn, David E. : Defining the Problem of Trafficking, 2008
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: part of a serial

Defining the Problem of Trafficking : the Interplay of US Law, Donor, and NGO Engagement and the Local Context in Latin America / Guinn, David E.

REFERENCE TO GENERIC UNIT (Periodica): Human rights quarterly : a comparative and international journal of the social sciences, humanities and law : vol. 30; no. 1., p. 119-145. - Baltimore, MA : John Hopkins U. P., 2008. - ISSN 0275-0392

LANGUAGE: ENG

INTRODUCTION: Abstract:.

Efforts to combat trafficking are hindered by poor understandings of the problem. Using Latin America as a case study, this article identifies the definitional, sociological, and legal issues that hinder an accurate assessment of the problem. The article focuses not upon the empirical problems of assessment, but upon those issues within the compass of policy makers and advocates. The article then describes the basic features of trafficking in Latin America and identifies efforts to address the problem, highlighting the role of the United States, the Trafficking Victims Protection Act, (TVPA) and the donor/NGO community. Finally, the article suggests appropriate methods for limiting the problem and assisting its victims.

INDEX WORDS:
* människohandel = trafficking in persons = ihmiskauppa
* NGO = NGO = NGO
* barnhandel = child trafficking = lapsikauppa
* sexuellt utnyttjande = sexual abuse = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Latin America

URL http://muse.jhu.edu/login?uri=/journals/human_rights_quarterly/v030/30.1guinn.html

 
22. Hay, Alice : Trafficking women in Eastern Europe and Greece, 2008
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: part of a serial

Trafficking women in Eastern Europe and Greece / Hay, Alice

REFERENCE TO GENERIC UNIT (Periodica): East European human rights review : vol. 14; no. 2., P. 153-168. - Den Bosch : BookWorld, 2008. - ISSN 1382-7987

LANGUAGE: ENG

INDEX WORDS:
* handel med kvinnor = trafficking in women = naiskauppa
* barn = children = lapset
* sexuellt utnyttjande = sexual abuse = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö
* tiggeri = begging = kerjääminen
* prostitution = prostitution = prostituutio
* EU = EU = EU

 
23. Nesi, Giuseppe (ed.) : Child labour in a globalized world, 2008
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Child labour in a globalized world : a legal analysis of ILO action / Nesi, Giuseppe (ed.) ; Nogler, Luca ; Pertile, Marco, xxiv, 467 p.. - Aldershot : Ashgate, 2008.

ISBN 978-0-7546-7222-7

LANGUAGE: ENG

INTRODUCTION: This volume examines the legal dimension of the ILO's action in the field of Child Labour. The authors investigate the implementation of the relevant legal instruments and assess the effectiveness of the ILO supervisory system. All relevant instruments are considered while particular attention is given to Convention 182 on the elimination of the worst forms of child labour.

Child Labour in a Globalized World describes the ILO's activities concerning the eradication of child labour whilst assessing and evaluating the effectiveness of the relevant legal framework and functioning of the supervisory system. This book contextualizes the issue of the eradication of the worst forms of child labour in the recent doctrinal debate on the nature of labour standards and the transformation of the ILO.

This important work will be a valuable resource for academics, researchers and policy-makers with an interest in labour law, international law, and children's rights.

ABSTRACT: Contents:.

1. Introduction: the fight against child labour in a globalized world, Marco Pertile.

Part I: The ILO's Action in the Fight Against Child Labour:.

2. The ILO's legal activities towards the eradication of child labour: an overview, by Anne Trebilcock and Guido Raimondi.

3. Limiting the minimum age: Convention 138 and the origin of the ILO's action in the field of child labour, by Matteo Borzaga.

4. The contribution of the ILO declaration on fundamental principles and rights at work to the elimination of child labour, by Lee Swepston.

5. The worst forms of child labour: a guide to ILO Convention 182 and Recommendation 190, by Deepa Rishikesh. 6. Slavery and practices similar to slavery as worst forms of child labour: a comment on Article 3(a) of ILO Convention 182, by Silvia Sanna.

7. Prostitution, pornography, and pornographic performances as worst forms of child labour: a comment on Article 3(b) of ILO Convention 182, by Joost Kooijmans.

8. The use of children in illicit activities as a worst form of child labour: a comment on Article 3(c) of ILO Convention 182, by Yoshie Noguchi.

9. Hazardous work as a worst form of child labour: a comment on Article 3(d) of ILO Convention 182, by Julinda Beqiraj.

Part II: The Implementation of Child Labour Standards: Selected Instruments and ILO's Interaction with Other International Organizations:.

10. Freedom from child labour as a human right: the role of the United Nations system in implementing ILO child labour standards, by Alessandro Fodella. 11. The contribution of the World Bank in fostering respect for ILO child labour standards, by Sabine Schlemmer-Schulte. 12. The elimination of child labour and the EU, by Matthias Hartwig.

13. ILO child labour standards in international trade regulation: the role of the WTO, by Giovanna Adinolfi. 14. The implementation of ILO child labour standards in domestic legal systems: the role of criminal law, by Emanuela Fronza and Kolis Summerer. 15. Trade, ILO child labour standards and the social clause: definitions, doubts and (some) answers, by Fabio Pantano and Riccardo Salomone.

Part III Case Studies:.

16. The implementation of ILO child labour standards in Africa and Mali – an assessment from a socio-legal perspective, by Amadou Keita. 17. The implementation of ILO child labour standards in Asia: overview and selected issues, by Ravindra Pratap. 18. The implementation of the ILO's standards regarding child labour in South America: a general overview and the most meaningful achievements, by Wilfredo Sanguineti Raymond.

Part IV: An Epilogue?:.

19. Is the eradication of child labour 'within reach'? Achievements and challenges ahead, by Bob Hepple.

INDEX WORDS:
* barnarbete = child labour = lapsityö
* lagstiftning = legislation = lainsäädäntö
* rättsfall/rättspraxis = cases/case law = oikeustapaukset/oikeuskäytäntö
* prostitution = prostitution = prostituutio
* slaveri = slavery = orjuus
* pornografi = pornography = pornografia
* implementering = implementation = toteuttaminen
* CESCR Committee = CESCR Committee = CESCR Committee
* utnyttjande av barn = exploitation of children = lasten hyväksikäyttö
* barnsoldater = child soldiers = lapsisotilaat
* barnhandel = child trafficking = lapsikauppa
* väpnad konflikt = armed conflict = aseellinen selkkaus
* u-länder = developing countries = kehitysmaat
* tvångsarbete = forced labour = pakkotyö
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* EU = EU = EU
* ungdomar = juveniles = nuoriso
* fattigdom = poverty = köyhyys
* sexturism = sex tourism = seksimatkailu
* slaveri = slavery = orjuus
* Världsbanken = World Bank = Maailmanpankki
* WTO = WTO = WTO

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Afghanistan / Argentina / Asia / Bangaldesh / Bolivia / Brazil / Bulgaria / Burma / India / Indonesia / India / China / Congo / Denmark / Ecuador / El Salvador / France / Greece / Ghana / India / Italy / Jamaica / Mali / Madagascar / Moldova / Mongolia / Morocco / Myanmar / Nepal / New Zealand / Pakistan / Peru / Philippines / Sierra Leone / Slovakia / South Africa / South America / Sri Lanka / Switzerland / Tunisia / United Kingdom / Ukraine / Viet Nam / Zimbabwe

NOTE (GENERAL): CRC; EU charter of fundamental rights; ICESCR; ICCPR; CERD; Convention concerning minimum age for admission to employment (ILO convention no. 138); Philadelphia declaration; Slavery convention; Stockholm declaration; Vienna convention on law of the treaties; The worst forms of child labour (ILO convention no. 182);

URL http://www.ashgate.com/default.aspx?page=637&calcTitle=1&title_id=9862&edition_id=10827

 
24. Ogunsanya, Kemi : Women transforming conflicts in Africa, 2008
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Women transforming conflicts in Africa : descriptive studies from Burundi, Cote d'Ivoire, Sierra Leone, South Africa and Sudan / Ogunsanya, Kemi - ( Occasional paper series ; vol. 2; no. 3), 52 p.. - Durban : ACCORD, 2008. - ISSN 1608-3954

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: Status of women in these countries -- 2. Impact of conflict on women -- 3. Response of women to conflict -- 4. Participation of women in peace processes -- 5. Women and post-conflict reconstruction -- 6. Consolidation of democarcy -- 7. Conclusion: new challenges facing women --

INDEX WORDS:
* kvinnor = women = naiset
* våld = violence = väkivalta
* fredsprocess = peace process = rauhanprosessi
* sexuellt utnyttjande = sexual abuse = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö
* demokrati = democracy = demokratia
* apartheid = apartheid = rotusorto
* barnsoldater = child soldiers = lapsisotilaat
* HIV/AIDS = HIV/AIDS = HIV/AIDS

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Ivory Coast / Siera Leone / Sudan / Burundi / South Africa

NOTE (GENERAL): CEDAW;

 
25. Alen, A. ... [et al.] : The UN children's rights convention: theory meets practice, 2007
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

The UN children's rights convention: theory meets practice : proceedings of the International interdisciplinary conference on children's rights, 18-19 May 2006, Ghent, Belgium / Alen, A. ... [et al.], xxx, 658 p.. - Antwerpen : Intersentia, 2007.

ISBN 978-90-5095-640-6

LANGUAGE: ENG

INTRODUCTION: This book contains a selection of papers presented at the International Interdisciplinary Conference on Childrens Rights, which took place on 1819 May 2006 in Ghent, Belgium and was organised by a Belgian interuniversity research project on children's rights. The Conference aimed to evaluate how the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, more than 15 years after its coming into force, has furthered childrens rights, and to explore the challenges we still face in realising these rights. It did so in particular by creating an open forum where academics could meet and exchange views with other professionals, dealing with children's rights in practice. A wide range of topics is covered in the book, including monitoring of the Childrens Rights Convention, child labour, childrens rights and the family and juvenile justice.

ABSTRACT: Contents:.

I. CRITICAL REFLECTIONS ON CHILDRENS RIGHTS.

RIGHTS IN CONTEXT; QUESTIONING UNIVERSALITY IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CHILDRENS RIGHTS USING JORDAN AS A CASE STUDY (2004), LINA HAMMAD.

II. MONITORING OF THE CRC.

THE APPLICATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD IN AFRICA: WHEN THE LAW IS TESTED BY THE REALITY, RAOUL KIENGE-KIENGE INTUDI.

THE DOMESTIC FULFILMENT OF CHILDRENS RIGHTS: SAVE THE CHILDRENS EXPERIENCE IN THE USE OF RIGHTS-BASED APPROACHES, AYE AYE TUN, GUY CAVE, DUNCAN TROTTER and BILL BELL.

CHILDRENS RIGHTS IN ACTION: USING THE CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD AS AN AUDITING TOOL, URSULA KILKELLY and LAURA LUNDY.

STRENGTHENING THE PROMOTION, PROTECTION AND FULFILMENT OF CHILDRENS RIGHTS IN THE AFRICAN CONTEXT, JULIA SLOTH-NIELSEN.

THE PROTECTION OF CHILDRENS RIGHTS BY THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS, MIEKE VERHEYDE.

THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD IN FLANDERS (BELGIUM), JOOST VAN HAELST.

III. IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CRC FROM AN NGO PERSPECTIVE.

DEFENCE FOR CHILDREN INTERNATIONAL: OUR OBJECTIVES, OUR ACTIONS AND OUR PRIORITIES. A CASE STUDY OF DCI SECTIONS IN THE AFRICA REGION, LAURENCIO E. AKOHIN.

TERRE DES HOMMES: THE APPLICATION OF THE CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF THE NGOS, BERNARD BOËTON.

IV. HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION.

ARE WE EDUCATING CHILDREN AS PEOPLE WITH RIGHTS OR JUST TALKING ABOUT IT?, KATARINA TOMASEVSKI.

TOWARDS A TRANSDISCIPLINARY MODEL WITHIN CHILD AND YOUTH RIGHTS EDUCATION, RICHARD C. MITCHELL.

THE RIGHT TO EQUAL ACCESS TO EDUCATION OF INTERNAL MIGRANT WORKERS CHILDREN IN CHINA, HAINA LU.

THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION IN THE REPUBLIC OF IRELAND: TEACHING THE CELTIC TIGER, AOIFE DALY.

EDUCATIONAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION IN EUROPE, PAULÍ DÁVILA BALSERA and LUIS MARÍA NAYA GARMENDIA.

V. WORKING CHILDREN.

THE STRUGGLE AGAINST CHILD LABOUR: A WINNABLE FIGHT, JOOST KOOIJMANS.

WORKING CHILDRENS EXPERIENCES AND CHILDRENS RIGHTS, ANTONELLA INVERNIZZI.

CURRENT CHALLENGES IN ANALYSING CHILD LABOUR IN ROMANIA, MARIA-CARMEN PANTEA.

VI. ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS.

A ROLE FOR THE COURTS IN ENSURING THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC RIGHTS OF THE CHILD: OVERCOMING THE COUNTER-MAJORITARIAN OBJECTION, AOIFE NOLAN.

THE CHILDS RIGHT TO PLAY: THE RIGHT TO BE A CHILD, JAN VAN GILS.

A RIGHT TO TREATMENT FOR CHILDREN WITH A PSYCHIATRIC DISABILITY. A LEGAL ANALYSIS OF INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW, FIONA ANG.

VII. CHILDRENS RIGHTS AND THE FAMILY.

CHILDRENS RIGHTS IN RELATION TO THEIR FAMILY, NIGEL CANTWELL.

CHILDRENS RIGHTS IN FAMILY COURT PROCEEDINGS, RUTH FARRUGIA.

AUTONOMY RIGHTS VERSUS PARENTAL AUTONOMY, MEDA COUZENS.

THE RIGHTS OF THE ADOPTED CHILD AND THE PUBLIC FAMILY POLICIES IN INTERCOUNTRY ADOPTION, SALOMÉ ADROHER BIOSCA.

SILENT KNOWLEDGE: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF THE ISSUES IN ACTIVISM AGAINST INCEST ABUSE IN INDIA, NISHA.

SYNERGIES AND TENSIONS BETWEEN WOMENS EMPOWERMENT AND CHILDRENS RIGHTS: A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT OF WOMENS SELF-HELP GROUPS IN ANDHRA PRADESH, INDIA, NICOLA JONES and MADHURI MUKHERJEE.

VIII. JUVENILE JUSTICE.

CHILDREN S RIGHTS IN JUVENILE JUSTICE: A HISTORICAL GLANCE, JEAN TRÉPANIER.

BUILDING A BRIDGE BETWEEN PSYCHOLOGY AND LAW: THE CRIMINAL AND CIVIL LIABILITY AGE LIMITS AND THE CHILDS COGNITIVE AND MORAL DEVELOPMENT, NUNO FERREIRA.

RIGHTS BASED RESTORATIVE JUSTICE: TOWARDS CRITICAL PRAXIS WITH YOUNG PEOPLE IN CONFLICT WITH THE LAW, SHANNON A. MOORE and RICHARD C. MITCHELL.

THE RIGHT TO BE TREATED WITH HUMANITY: IMPLICATIONS OF ARTICLE 37(C) CRC FOR CHILDREN IN DETENTION, TON LIEFAARD.

RESTORATIVE JUSTICE IN BELGIUM: FROM DREAM TO REALITY, ISABELLE DELENS-RAVIER.

IX. IMPACT OF THE ECONOMIC, POLITICAL AND CULTURAL ASPECTS ON THE APPLICATION OF THE CRC.

THE CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD PUT TO THE TEST BY POWER RELATIONS AND SOCIAL NORMS IN RURAL WEST AFRICA, GUY MASSART.

REFERENCE POINTS IN THE LEGAL DISCOURSE ABOUT THE SEXUAL ABUSE OF MINORS, ISABELLE WATTIER.

WORLDS APART FROM THE CRC: THE TALIBÉ CHILDREN ON THE STREETS OF DAKAR, AHMADOU TALL.

X. CONCLUDING REMARKS.

DOES PRACTICE ALSO WORK IN THEORY?, KARL HANSON.

INDEX WORDS:
* barn = children = lapset
* barnets rättigheter = rights of the child = lapsen oikeudet
* barnarbete = child labour = lapsityö
* familj = family = perhe
* ungdomar = juveniles = nuoriso
* rätt till undervisning = right to education = oikeus opetukseen
* ekonomiska, sociala och kulturella rättigheter = economic, social and cultural rights = TSS-oikeudet
* adoption = adoption = adoptio
* incest = incest = insesti
* frihetsberövande = deprivation of liberty = vapaudenriisto
* sexuellt utnyttjande = sexual abuse = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö

NOTE (GENERAL): CRC

URL http://www.intersentia.be/zoekdetail.asp?pid=1414#

 
26. Askola, Heli : Legal responses to trafficking in women for sexual exploitation in the European Union , 2007
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph series

Legal responses to trafficking in women for sexual exploitation in the European Union / Askola, Heli - (Modern studies in European law ; No. 14), xix, 218 p.. - Oxford : Hart Publishing, 2007.

ISBN 1-84113-650-6

LANGUAGE: ENG

INTRODUCTION: The phenomenon of trafficking in women for sexual exploitation, which in the last decade has changed from a marginal 'non-issue' to a legitimate concern in many parts of the world, has become familiar through newspaper coverage, and now, finally, legislators and law enforcement agencies have begun to act. In Europe many EU Member States now have (or are developing) at least some sort of anti-trafficking policies (with some of them in the forefront of global anti-trafficking efforts). Moreover, the EU itself has become markedly more active with regard to curbing trafficking in human beings, as part of its migration control and police and judicial co-operation functions. However, even co-ordinated efforts such as those being worked on by the EU tend to produce only short-term 'cures' to a problem that is in truth global and structural in nature and which cannot be eradicated - or necessarily even significantly reduced - through policing and migration control measures alone. Too often there is little debate on broader measures which might be targeted to address the 'root causes' of trafficking, such as poverty, under-development, general lack of economic and migration opportunities and, above all, gender inequality. Against this background, this book deals with present efforts to control trafficking in women for sexual exploitation. In doing so it examines claims that what is needed effectively to prevent and tackle trafficking is a 'comprehensive' approach, and at the very least one that is far more wide-ranging and coherent than what exists today, and also analyses the assertion that destination countries, and more specifically Member States of the EU, could and perhaps should, take more action against trafficking through regional co-operation, particularly in the framework of the EU, rather than as individual Member States.

ABSTRACT: Contents:.

1. Introduction.

2. Feminism, prostitution and trafficking: a complex approach.

3. EC free movement law, freedom and prostitution.

4. Trafficking as irregular migration.

5. Criminal justice co-operation against trafficking.

6. Trafficking and human rights.

7. Towards a more comprehensive approach to trafficking?

INDEX WORDS:
* kvinnor = women = naiset
* handel med kvinnor = trafficking in women = naiskauppa
* EU = EU = EU
* EG = EC = EY
* prostitution = prostitution = prostituutio
* migration = migration = siirtolaisuus
* sexuellt utnyttjande = sexual abuse = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Europe

LIBRARY LOCATION: Domvillan

SHELF CODE: Europarätt

URL http://www.hartpub.co.uk/books/details.asp?isbn=9781841136509

 
27. Cullen, Holly : The role of international law in the elimination of child labor, 2007
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph series

The role of international law in the elimination of child labor / Cullen, Holly - (The procedural aspects of international law monograph series ; vol. 28), xvi, 303 p.. - Leiden : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2007.

ISBN 978-90-04-16285-3

LANGUAGE: ENG

INTRODUCTION: This book offers a contribution to current debates on child labor. It also presents child labor as a problem to which various branches of international law have made a response. It treats a broad range of international law sub-disciplines, and analyses child labor in the context of social, economic and cultural issues.

ABSTRACT: Contents:.

Chapter 1: Introduction.

Part I: International Standard-Setting in Child Labor:Examining the Priorities of International Law.

Chapter 2: Child Slavery and Slavery-Like Practices.

Chapter 3: Child Labor and the Sexual and Criminal Exploitation of Children.

Chapter 4: Child Soldiers.

Chapter 5: Critiques of Prioritization and Alternative Approaches to Regulating Child Labor.

Part II: Implementation of Child Labor Norms Through International Law.

Chapter 6: International Treaty Supervision: State Reporting and Petition Systems.

Chapter 7: Child Labor and the International Trading System.

Chapter 8: Technical Assistance and Private Enforcement.

Chapter 9: Conclusion.

INDEX WORDS:
* barnets rättigheter = rights of the child = lapsen oikeudet
* barn = children = lapset
* barnarbete = child labour = lapsityö
* slaveri = slavery = orjuus
* utnyttjande av barn = exploitation of children = lasten hyväksikäyttö
* barnhandel = child trafficking = lapsikauppa
* barnsoldater = child soldiers = lapsisotilaat

URL http://www.brill.nl/default.aspx?partid=18&pid=29083

 
28. Hoodgkin, Rachel (ed.) : Implementation handbook for the convention on the rights of the child, 2007
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Implementation handbook for the convention on the rights of the child : prepared for UNICEF / Hoodgkin, Rachel (ed.) ; Newell, Peter, xxi, 787 p.. - Geneva : UNICEF, 2007.

ISBN 978-92-806-4183-7

INTRODUCTION: This link will take you to the United Nations Publications website where you can order the report. You can also purchase this publication at your bookstore or any online bookseller. Prices are expressed in US dollars unless otherwise specified.

Under each article of the Convention, this fully revised edition of the Handbook records and analyses the interpretation by the Committee on the Rights of the Child, the internationally elected body of independent experts established to monitor progress worldwide. The Handbook adds analysis of relevant provisions in other international instruments, comments from other UN bodies and global conferences, as well as illustrative examples. For each article there is an ‘Implementation Checklist’.

The Handbook adds analysis of the work of the Committee up to 2001. It includes the two Optional Protocols to the Convention, and their guidelines for reporting, as well as other new international instruments aimed at promotion and protection of children’s rights. It also includes the Committee’s first General Comment on the aims of education.

Throughout, the Handbook emphasizes the Convention’s holistic approach to children’s rights: that they are indivisible and interrelated, and that equal importance should be attached to each and every right recognized therein.

The book comes with a CD-ROM.

ABSTRACT: 1. Definition of the child.

2. Non-discrimination.

3. Best interests of the child.

4. Implementation of rights in the Convention.

5. Parental guidance and the child's evolving capacities.

6 Children's right to life and maximum survival and development.

7. Birth registration, name, nationality and right to know and be cared for by parents.

8. Preservation of identity.

9. Separation from parents.

10. Entering or leaving countries for family reunification.

11. Ilicit transfer and non-return of children abroad.

12. Respect for the views of the child.

13. Child's right to freedom of expression.

14. Child's right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion.

15. Child's right to freedom of association and peaceful assembly.

16. Child's right to privacy.

17. Child's access to appropriate information.

18. Parents' joint responsibilities, assisted by the State.

19. Child's right to protection from all forms of violence.

20. Children deprived of their family environment.

21. Adoption.

22. Refugee children.

23. Rights of children with disabilities.

24. Child's right to health and health services.

25. Child's right to periodic review of treatment.

26. Child's right to benefit from social security.

27.Child's right to an adequate standard of living.

28. Child's right to education.

29. The aims of education.

30. Children of minorities or of indigenous people.

31. Child's right to leisure, play and culture.

32. Child labor.

33. Children and drug abuse.

34. Sexual exploitation of children.

35. Prevention of abduction, sale and trafficking.

36. Protection from other forms of exploitation.

37. Torture, degrading treatment and deprivation of liberty.

38. Protection of children affected by armed conflict.

39. Rehabilitation of child victims.

40. Administration of juvenile justice.

41. Respect for existing human rights standards.

42. Making the Convention widely known.

43. The Committee on the Rights of the Child.

44. Reporting obligations of States Parties.

45. Cooperation with United Nations agencies and other bodies.

46. Miscellaneous provisions concerning the Convention.

47. Optional Protocol on the involvement of children in armed conflict.

48. Optional Protocol on the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography.

INDEX WORDS:
* barn = children = lapset
* CRC Committee = CRC Committee = CRC Committee
* icke-diskriminering = non-discrimination = syrjintäkielto
* barnets bästa = best interest of the child = lapsen etu
* implementering = implementation = toteuttaminen
* föräldrar = parents = vanhemmat
* yttrandefrihet = freedom of expression = ilmaisuvapaus
* rätt till privatliv = right to privacy = oikeus yksityiselämään
* flyktingbarn = refugee children = pakolaislapset
* rätt till undervisning = right to education = oikeus opetukseen
* barnarbete = child labour = lapsityö
* sexuellt utnyttjande = sexual abuse = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö
* människohandel = trafficking in persons = ihmiskauppa
* väpnad konflikt = armed conflict = aseellinen selkkaus
* staternas förpliktelser = obligations of states = valtioiden velvollisuudet

NOTE (GENERAL): UDHR; CRC; ICCPR; ILO minimum age convention; worst forms of child labour (ILO convention no. 182); CRPD; Protocol to prevent, suppress and pinish trafficking in persons, especially women and children;

 
29. Pankhurst, Donna (ed.) : Gendered peace, 2007
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Gendered peace : women's struggles for post-war justice and reconciliation / Pankhurst, Donna (ed.) - (UNRISD research on gender inequality in an unequal world ; 2), vi, 341 p.. - New York : Routledge, 2007.

ISBN 978-0-415-95648-2

LANGUAGE: ENG

INTRODUCTION: This volume contributes to the growing literature on women, conflict and peacebuilding by focusing on the moments after a peace accord, or some other official ending of a conflict, often denoted as ‘post-conflict’ or ‘post-war’. Such moments often herald great hope for holding to account those who committed grave wrongs during the conflict, and for a better life in the future. For many women, both of these hopes are often very quickly shattered in starkly different ways to the hopes of men. Such periods are often characterized by violence and insecurities, and the official ending of a war often fails to bring freedom from sexual violence for many women. Within such a context, efforts on the part of women, and those made on their behalf, to hold to account those who commit crimes against them, and to access their rights are difficult to make, are often dangerous, and are also often deployed with little effect. Gendered Peace explores international contexts, and a variety of local ones, in which such struggles take place, and evaluates their progress. The volume highlights the surprising success in the development of international legal advances for women, but contrasts this with the actual experience of women in cases from Sierra Leone, Rwanda, South Africa, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, East Timor, Peru, Central America and the Balkans.'

ABSTRACT: Contents:.

1. Introduction, Donna Pankhurst.

2. Gendering International Justice, Martha Walsh.

3. Truth and Reconciliation Commissions and Gender Justice Alessandra, Dal Secco.

4. 'Your Justice is too Slow': Will the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda Fail Rwanda’s Rape Victims? Binaifer Nowrojee.

5. Gender Injustice and the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Rashida Manjoo.

6. The Politics of Gender and Reconstruction in Afghanistan: Old Dilemmas or New Challenges? Deniz Kandiyoti.

7. The Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) Accord and After , Meghna Guhathakurta.

8. Marrying Your Rapist, Jelke Boesten.

9. Joining Forces for Democratic Governance, Ilja A. Luciak.

10. Rada Drezgic Dubravka Žarkov, Gendered War, Gendered Peace, Tanja Djuric-Kuzmanovic.

11. Post-War Backlash Violence Against Women, Donna Pankhurst.

INDEX WORDS:
* Sanningskommissioner = Truth Commissions = Totuuskomissiot
* internationella tribunalen för krigsförbrytelser = international tribunal on war crimes (ICTR) = kansainvälinen sotarikostuomioistuin
* krigsförbrytelser = war crimes = sotarikokset
* kvinnor = women = naiset
* familjevåld = domestic violence = perheväkivalta
* abort = abortion = abortti
* ansvar = accountability = vastuullisuus
* diskriminering = discrimination = syrjintä
* barn = children = lapset
* våldtäkt = rape = raiskaus
* sedvanerätt = customary law = tapaoikeus
* demokrati = democracy = demokratia
* rätt till undervisning = right to education = oikeus opetukseen
* etnisk rensning = ethnic cleansing = etninen puhdistus
* prostitution = prostitution = prostituutio
* folkmord = genocide = kansanmurha
* hälsovård = health care = terveydenhoito
* människohandel = trafficking in persons = ihmiskauppa
* internationell straffrätt = international criminal law = kansainvälinen rikosoikeus
* jordreform = land reform = maareformi
* muslimer = Muslims = muslimit
* nationalism = nationalism = nationalismi
* NGO = NGO = NGO
* politiskt deltagande = political participation = poliittinen osallistuminen
* rasdiskriminering = racial discrimination = rotusyrjintä
* försoning = reconciliation = sovinto
* sexuellt utnyttjande = sexual abuse = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö
* sexslaveri = sexual slavery = seksiorjuus
* tortyr = torture = kidutus
* offer = victims = uhrit

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Afghanistan / Albania / Bangladesh / Bosnia-Herzegovina / Croatia / East Timor / El Salvador / Eritrea / Japan / Macedonia / Montenegro / Nicaragua / Rwanda / Serbia / Sierra Leone / Slovenia / Former Yugoslavia

NOTE (GENERAL): Geneva conventions; Additional protocols to the Geneva conventions; Beijing platform for action; DEDAW; Declaration on the protection of women and children im emergency and armed conflict; ECHR;

 
30. Schiek, Dagmar (ed.) : Cases, materials and text on national, supranational and international non-discrimination law, 2007
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph series

Cases, materials and text on national, supranational and international non-discrimination law / Schiek, Dagmar (ed.) ; Waddington, Lisa ; Bell, Mark - (Ius commune casebooks for the common law of Europe), cxix, 998 p.. - Oxford : Hart Publishing, 2007.

ISBN 978-1-84113-748-3

LANGUAGE: ENG

INTRODUCTION: This is the fourth book in the ‘Ius Commune Casebooks for the Common Law of Europe’ series, developed for use throughout Europe and aimed at those who teach, learn or practise law with a comparative or European perspective. It is the result of the collaborative efforts of a panel of experts from various EU Member States. In common with earlier books in the series, this casebook presents cases and other materials (legislative materials, international and European materials, excerpts from books or articles, etc.). As non-discrimination law is a comparatively new subject, the chapters search for and develop the concepts of discrimination law on the basis of a wide variety of young and often still emerging case law and legislation. The result is a comprehensive textbook with materials from a wide variety of EU Member States. The book illustrates the distinct relationship between international, European and national legislation in the field of non-discrimination law. It covers the grounds of discrimination addressed in the Racial Equality and Employment Equality Directives, as well as non-discrimination law relating to gender. In so doing, it covers the law of a large number of EU Member States, alongside some international comparisons.

ABSTRACT: Contents:.

# Introductory Chapter. A Comparative Perspective on Non-Discrimination Law.

# Chapter 1. Discrimination Grounds.

# Chapter 2. Direct Discrimination.

# Chapter 3. Indirect Discrimination.

# Chapter 4. Harassment.

# Chapter 5. Instructions to Discriminate and Victimisation.

# Chapter 6. Reasonable Accommodation.

# Chapter 7. Positive Action.

# Chapter 8. Enforcement Bodies.

INDEX WORDS:
* icke-diskriminering = non-discrimination = syrjintäkielto
* rättsfall/rättspraxis = cases/case law = oikeustapaukset/oikeuskäytäntö
* EU = EU = EU
* nationell lagstiftning = national legislation = kansallinen lainsäädäntö
* diskriminering = discrimination = syrjintä
* jämlikhet = equality = tasa-arvo
* rasism = racism = rasismi
* etniska minoriteter = ethnic minorities = etniset vähemmistöt
* nationella minoriteter = national minorities = kansalliset vähemmistöt
* minoritetsgrupper = minority groups = vähemmistöryhmät
* handikappade = disabled persons = vammaiset
* religiös diskriminering = religious discrimination = uskonnollinen syrjintä
* arbete = labour = työ
* kvinnor = women = naiset
* sexuellt utnyttjande = sexual abuse = seksuaalinen hyväksikäyttö
* viktimisering = victimization = uhriksi joutuminen

URL http://www.casebooks.eu/nonDiscrimination/

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