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1. Smeulers, Alette (ed.) : Supranational criminology, 2008
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Supranational criminology : towards a criminology of international crimes / Smeulers, Alette (ed.) ; Roelof Haveman - (Series supranational criminal law:capita selecta ; vol. 6), xiv, 593 p.. - Antwerp : Intersentia, 2008.

ISBN 978-90-5095-791-5

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: TABLE OF CONTENTS:. PREFACE. I. CRIMINOLOGY IN A STATE OF DENIAL - TOWARDS A CRIMINOLOGY OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMES: SUPRANATIONAL CRIMINOLOGY, Roelof Haveman and Alette Smeulers. 1. Introduction. 2. Th e Harvest of a Century. 3. Pros, Cons and Denial. 4. Tentative Demarcation of the Field of Study of Supranational Criminology. 5. Outline of the Book. 5.1. Defi ning and Conceptualising International Crimes. 5.2.Quantifying and Mapping Crimes. 5.3. The Aetiology of International Crimes. 5.4. The Response to Crime. 5.5. Victimology 5.6. Preventive Strategies. 6. Conclusion. PART I. DEFINE AND CONCEPTUALIZE INTERNATIONAL CRIMES AND STATE CRIME:. II. TOWARDS A CRIMINOLOGY OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMES: PRODUCING A CONCEPTUAL AND CONTEXTUAL FRAMEWORK, by David O. Friedrichs. 1. Introduction: Criminology post-Maastricht. 2. Criminology in Transition. 3. International Crime and Supranational Criminology: Terminological Confusion. 4. Crime, Social Harm and Supranational Criminology. 5. A Provisional Genealogy for a Supranational Criminology 6. A Criminology of Genocide, War and Humanitarian Intervention. 7. Supranational Criminology and Related Concerns. 8. On Context: Globalisation, a Postmodern World and the American Empire. 9. The Global Justice Movement and Supranational Crime. 10. International Crime and Global Governance. 11. In Conclusion: An Agenda for a Supranational Criminology. III. TOWARDS AN INTEGRATIVE STUDY OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMES AND STATE-CORPORATE CRIMINALITY: A RECIPROCAL APPROACH TO GROSS HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS, by Gregg Barak. 1. Introduction. 2. Political Economy and Nation-State Neutrality. 3. A Critical Taxonomy of International Crimes and State Criminality. 4. Supranational Criminology: An Integrative Perspective. 5. Peacemaking, Non-violence and Social Change. 6. Conclusion. PART II. MEASURE AND MAP INTERNATIONAL CRIMES: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY:. IV. MISSING PIECES. SOME THOUGHTS ON THE METHODOLOGY OF THE EMPIRICAL STUDY OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMES AND OTHER GROSS HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS, by Catrien Bijleveld. 1. Introduction. 2. For Studying International Crimes. 3. Particularities and a Research Methodology for International Crimes. 3.1. The Doubly-Dark Number. 3.2. Baseline Data. 3.3. Victim Surveys. 3.4. Security Issues. 3.5. Underreporting/Non-Response. 3.6. Use of Secondary Data. 3.7. Collating Information from Other Sources. 4. Examples. 4.1. Using Capture-Recapture Methods for Studying Prevalence (Number of Victims). 4.2. Integrating Meso and Micro Perspectives through Multilevel Analysis. 5. Discussion and a Research Agenda. V. THE UNACCOUNTABLE GENOCIDE. A CASE STUDY OF THE ROLES OF THE U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT AND U.S. GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABILITY OFFICE IN CALCULATING THE DARFUR DEATH TOLL, by John Hagan. 1. Genocide Accountability. 2. 'Complex Humanitarian Emergencies' and the Population Health Paradigm. 3. The Humanitarian Strategic Embrace. 4. The Atrocities Documentation Survey. 5. Early Findings from the World Health Organization Surveys. 6. A Gathering Consensus. 7. The Consensus Breaks. 8. The Osama Bin Laden Connection. 9. State's New View of Death in Darfur. 10. Re-examining the Surveys. 11. A Complimentary and Combined Approach. 12. The Unaccountability of the Government Accountability Office. 13. A New and Alternative Approach . 14. Some Conclusions. PART III. INVESTIGATE THE CAUSES OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMES VI. GENOCIDE, WAR CRIMES AND CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY IN CENTRAL AFRICA: A CRIMINOLOGICAL EXPLORATION, by Dawn L. Rothe and Christopher W. Mullins. 1. Introduction. 2. Literature Review: State Crime, Crimes of Globalization and State- Corporate Crime Studies. 3. An Integrated The theory of Supranational Crimes. 4. The Social Context and Typical Elements of the Crimes. 4.1. Global Economics. 4.2. Social Disorder. 4.3. Militias. 5. Conclusion. VII. STATE CRIME, THE COLONIAL QUESTION AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLES, by Chris Cunneen. 1. Introduction: Colonialism and State Crime. 2. Genocide and Mass Murder. 3. The Forced Removal of Indigenous Children. 4. The 'Stolen Generations' Inquiry. 4.1. Deprivation of Liberty. 4.2. Deprivation of Parental Rights. 4.3. Abuses of Power. 4.4. Breach of Duty of Care and Guardianship Duties. 4.5. Violation of International Human Rights Standards. 5. Institutional Racism as a Foundational Harm. 6. Forced Labour and Government Fraud.7. Loss of Civil and Political Rights .8. Aft er State Crime: The Struggle for Reconciliation and Reparation. 8.1. Principles of Reparations. 8.2. Acknowledgment and Apology 8.3. Guarantee against Repetition. 8.4. Measures of Restitution and Rehabilitation. 8.5. Monetary Compensation. 9. Conclusion. VIII. CORPORATIONS AND INTERNATIONAL CRIMES, by Wim Huisman. 1. Introduction. 2. Conceptualisation. 2.1. Corporate Crime. 2.2. State-Corporate Crime. 2.3. International Crimes. 2.3.1. International Crime and International law. 2.3.2. Corporate Accountability for International Crimes 2.4. Discussion . 3. Forms of Involvement. 4. Explanations. 4.1. Corporate Crime Theory. 4.2. Motivation and Neutralisation. 4.2. The Role of the State. 4.3. Globalisation. 5. Conclusion. IX. DESTRUCTIVE BELIEFS: GENOCIDE AND THE ROLE OF IDEOLOGY, by Alex Alvarez. 1. Introduction. 2. Typology of Genocide. 3. Defi ning Ideology. 3.1. Nationalism. 3.2. Past Victimization. 3.3. Dehumanization. 3.4. Scapegoating. 3.5. Absolutist Worldview. 3.6. Utopianism. 4. Conclusions. X. PERPETRATORS OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMES: TOWARDS A TYPOLOGY, by Alette Smeulers. 1. Introduction. 2. Ordinary People within Extraordinary Circumstances: Setting the Context. 2.1. Consequences and Effects of a Period of Collective Violence. 2.2. Towards a Typology. 3. The Types. 3.1. The Criminal Mastermind. 3.2. The Fanatic. 3.3. The Criminal/Sadist. 3.4. The Profiteer. 3.5. The Careerist. 3.6. The Devoted Warrior. 3.7. Followers and Conformists. 3.8. The Compromised Perpetrator. 3.9. The Professional. 4. How Do the Perpetrators Look Back?. 5. Common Features and Concluding Remarks. XI. A SOCIOLOGY OF TORTURE, by Martha K. Huggins. 1. Introduction. 2. Predicting Torture. 3. Torture 101: A Criminological Model? . 3.1. Mislabelling. 3.2. Ideology 3.3. Ad-hoc legalism . 3.4. Systemic . 3.5. Multiple Actors . 3.7. Insularity and Secrecy . 3.8. Competition Rages . 3.9. Evidence Ignored . 3.10. Impunity is Widespread . 4. Torture and Criminology . 4.1. Conducting On-Line Research. 4.2. Triangulating Data Sources . 4.2.1. Library Catalogues 4.2.2. Criminal Justice Journals and Organizations . 4.2.3. Teaching Torture . 5. Summarizing Findings 5.1. On-Line Books and Journals, Library Catalogues and On-Line Criminology Journals . 5.2. On-Line Criminology-of-Practice Web Sites . . 5.3. Academic Courses . 6. Conclusion: Criminology and Torture . XII. MILITARIZING POWER IN THE WAR ON TERROR: UNLAWFUL ENEMY COMBATANTS AND THE MILITARY COMMISSIONS ACT Michael Welch . 1. Introduction . 2. Monarchical Power in the Classical Age . 3. From Penal Reform to Counter-law . 4. Militarized Penal Power in the War on Terror . 5. Th e MCA: Military Commissions Act of 2006 . 6. Recentralizing the Economy of Penal Power .7. Conclusion PART IV. DEFINE AND ANALYZE WAYS OF DEALING WITH INTERNATIONAL CRIMES XIII. DEALING WITH INTERNATIONAL CRIMES: TOWARDS A CONCEPTUAL MODEL OF ACCOUNTABILITY AND JUSTICE Jennifer Balint . 1. Introduction . 2. 'In the Name of the State'. International Crime and Its Parameters . . 3. Individuals and Institutions. Legal Approaches to International Crime. 4. Civic Liability. Considering Institutional Accountability . 5. A Typology of International Crime? Matching Legal Redress to Specifi c Crimes .6. Reconstruction and Prevention. Justice as Social Justice? . 7. Conclusion . XIV. DEALING WITH THE LEGACY OF MASS VIOLENCE: CHANGING LENSES TO RESTORATIVE JUSTICE Stephan Parmentier, Kris Vanspauwen and Elmar Weitekamp . 1. Introduction . 2. Th e Dominant Approach: Retributive Justice . 2.1. Strengths and Weaknesses of Retributive Justice . . 2.2. Th e Triptych of Criminal Prosecutions . 3. Changing Lenses to Restorative Justice . 3.1. Understanding Mass Violence through Restorative Justice. 3.2. Truth Commissions as Possible Forms of Restorative Mechanisms. 4. Mass Violence and Post-Conflict Justice through a Restorative Lens. 4.1. Searching for Truth. 4.2. Ensuring Accountability of the Perpetrators. 4.3. Providing Reparation to the Victims. 4.4. Promoting Reconciliation. 5. Conclusion. XV. DOING JUSTICE TO GACACA, by Roelof Haveman. 1. A Gacaca. 2. A Research Question. 3. A History of the Genocide. 4. Some Numbers of the Genocide. 5. Gacaca: Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure. 5.1. The Establishment of Gacaca. 5.2. Substantive Criminal Law. 5.2.1. Genocide and Crimes against Humanity: Three Categories. 5.2.2. Three Punishments. 5.3. Criminal Procedure. 5.3.1. Three Levels, Three Phases. 5.3.2. Three Remedies. 5.3.3. Hearing and Judgment. 5.3.4. Confession, Guilty Plea, Repentance, Apology. 5.4. Participative Lay Justice. 6. Judging Gacaca. 6.1. Time and Place Specific. 6.2. Work under Construction. 6.3. Reality versus Theory. 6.4. Rethinking Human Rights. 6.5. A Comparative Approach. 6.6. Goals. 6.7. You're Damned if You Do, You're Damned if You Don't. 7. Epilogue. XVI. 'REASON' AND 'TRUTH' IN INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE - A CRIMINOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE ON THE CONSTRUCTION OF EVIDENCE IN INTERNATIONAL TRIALS, by Uwe Ewald. 1. Introduction: Reason and Evidence in International Criminal Justice. 1.1. Why Should We Understand International Evidence Criminologically?. 1.2. Reason and Evidence - Historical Continuity and Current Diff erences. 2. Baselines of a Conceptual Framework: International Criminal Justice as Part of Public Discourse - 'Truth' and International Evidence. 2.1. Historical Truth and Evidence in International Criminal Justice. 2.2. New Global Security Discourse, Hegemonic Knowledge and Evidence. 2.3. 'Regime of Truth' - Modelling the Operational Practice of International Criminal Justice. 3. Origin of Evidence - Explorative Empirical Findings. 3.1. Evidence, Analysis and Judicial Reasoning. 3.2. Institutional Originators of (Potential) Evidentiary Information. 3.3. Personal Originators: Witnesses and 'Judicial Truth'. 4. Conclusions. PART V. VICTIMOLOGY XVII. VICTIMISATION AND SUPRANATIONAL CRIMINOLOGY, by David Kauzlarich. 1. Introduction. 2. Critical Criminology, State Crime and Supranational Criminology. 3. Types of Victims. 3.1. Direct and Indirect Victims. 3.2. Victims of Forced Obedience . 3.3. Victims of Crimes of Omission. 4. Victim Redress. 5. Conclusion. PART VI. DEVELOP PREVENTIVE STRATEGIES IN ORDER TO PREVENT INTERNATIONAL CRIMES XVIII. THE ROLE OF BYSTANDERS IN RWANDA AND SREBRENICA: LESSONS LEARNED,by Fred Grünfeld. 1. Introduction. 2. The Importance of the Bystander's Role. 3. Knowledge, Ignorance and Indiff erence. 3.1. Indifferent Onlookers. 3.2. Excluded Ignorance. 4. Early warning 4.1. Early Warning in Rwanda. 4.2. Early Warning in Srebrenica. 5. Military Strength and Rules of Engagement for Peacekeepers. 5.1. Rwanda with UNAMIR. 5.2. Srebrenica with UNPROFOR. 5.2.1. Nordbat. 5.2.2. Dutchbat. 5.2.3. No Change of Perception. 6. Right to Protect. 7. Guidelines for Preventive Strategy. Annex 1: Scheme "HURIVIC," Human Rights Violations and Conflict. XIX. INTERNATIONAL CRIMES AND CRIMINOLOGY: AN AGENDA FOR FUTURE RESEARCH, by Alette Smeulers and Roelof Haveman. 1. Introduction. 2. Conceptual and Theoretical Framework. 3. Methodological Clarity and Soundness. 4. Studying International Crimes through a Criminological Framework. 4.1. The Perpetrator. 4.2. Groups, Organisations and States. 4.3. The International Community. 5. Dealing with the Past . 5.1. International Criminal Law and International Criminal Justice . 5.2. Sentencing and Sanctioning. 5.3. The Role of the Victims and Victimology. 5.4. Alternative Means to Deal with the Past. 6. Epilogue. BIBLIOGRAPHY. CONTRIBUTORS AND EDITORS.

INDEX WORDS:
* internationella brott = international crimes = kansainväliset rikkomukset
* offer = victims = uhrit
* överstatlig kriminologi = supranational criminology = ylikansallinen kriminologia
* folkmord = genocide = kansanmurha
* grova brott mot mänskliga rättigheter = gross violations of human rights = törkeät ihmisoikeusloukkaukset
* krigsförbrytelser = war crimes = sotarikokset
* brott mot mänskligheten = crimes against humanity = rikos ihmisyyttä vastaan
* ursprungsfolk = indigenous peoples = alkuperäiskansat
* gottgörelse = reparation = hyvitys
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* ansvarighet = accountability = vastuullisuus
* tidig varning = early warning = aikainen varoitus
* viktimisering = victimization = uhriksi joutuminen

 
2. Ladeur, Karl-Heinz : 'We, the European people...' - Relache?, 2008
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: part of a serial

'We, the European people...' - Relache? / Ladeur, Karl-Heinz

REFERENCE TO GENERIC UNIT (Periodica): European law journal : review of European law in context : vol. 14; issue - (in full text in EBSCO in March 2009)., p. 147-167. - Oxford : Wiley-Blackwell, 2008. - ISSN 1351-5993

LANGUAGE: ENG

INDEX WORDS:
* EU-grundlag = EU constitution = EUn perustuslaki
* författning/grundlag = constitution = perustuslaki/valtiosääntö
* nationalstat = nation state = kansallisvaltio
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* ECJ = ECJ = ECJ
* socialskydd = social protection = sosiaaliturva
* jämlik behandling = equal treatment = tasa-arvoinen kohtelu

NOTE (GENERAL): EU treaty;

 
3. Benninger-Budel, Carin : Due diligence and its application to protect women from violence, 2008
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Due diligence and its application to protect women from violence / Benninger-Budel, Carin - (Nijhoff law specials ; vol. 73), xii, 296 p.. - Leiden : Martinus Nijhoff publ., 2008. - ISSN 0924-4549

ISBN 978-90-04-16293-8

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. Section I Due Diligence: Standards, Problems and Outlook:. 1. The Due Diligence Standard: What Does It Entail for Women’s Rights?, by Yakin Ertürk. 2. The History and Development of the Due Diligence Standard in International Law and Its Role in the Protection of Women against Violence, by Joanna Bourke-Martignoni. 3. Preventing Violence against Women: The Due Diligence Standard with Respect to the Obligation to Banish Gender Stereotypes on the Grounds of Article 5 (a) of the CEDAW Convention, by Rikki Holtmaat. 4. Emerging Human Rights Obligations for Non-State Actors, by Ineke Boerefijn and Eva Naezer. 5. Due Diligence and the Power of Economic Players; Due Diligence and the Fight against Gender-Based Violence in the Inter-American System, by Elizabeth A.H. Abi-Mershed. 6. Applying the Due Diligence Principle in Asia Pacific, by Lisa Pusey. Section II Due Diligence in Context:. Domestic Violence: 7. South Africa’s Response to Domestic Violence, by Dee Smythe. 8. Violence against Women by Non-State Actors, a Responsibility for the State under Human Rights Law: Amnesty International’s Work on Domestic Violence, by Lisa Gormley. 9. Spain: More Rights, but the Obstacles Remain, by Maria Naredo Molero. Trafficking in Women: 10. Human Trafficking: A Brief Introduction to Issues of Responsibility and Accountability, by Anne Gallagher. 11. Problems with the Implementation of the Due Diligence Standard from the Perspective of Countries of Origin in the OSCE Region, by Shivaun Scanlan. 12. Human Trafficking in Germany, by Nivedita Prasad and Babette Rohner. Violence against Women Legitimised with Arguments of ‘Culture’:. 13. Violence against Women, Cultural/Religious Traditions and the International Standard of Due Diligence, by Judith Wyttenbach. 14. Violence against Women Legitimised by Arguments of ‘Culture’ – Thoughts from a Pakistani Perspective, by Farida Shaheed. 15. Controlling Women’s Sexuality, Sustaining Dominant Culture(s), Legitimising Gender-Based Violence: The Case for Due Diligence, by Susana T. Fried. Violence in Armed Conflict: 16. Violence against Women in Armed Conflict, by Theodor Winkler. Table of Cases; The Contributors; The Supporting Organisations; Index

INDEX WORDS:
* väpnad konflikt = armed conflict = aseellinen selkkaus
* kollektiva rättigheter = collective rights = kollektiiviset oikeudet
* brott mot mänskligheten = crimes against humanity = rikos ihmisyyttä vastaan
* kulturella rättigheter = cultural rights = sivistykselliset oikeudet
* internationell sedvanerätt = customary international law = kansainvälinen tapaoikeus
* diskriminering = discrimination = syrjintä
* familjevåld = domestic violence = perheväkivalta
* jämlikhet = equality = tasa-arvo
* rätt till undervisning = right to education = oikeus opetukseen
* tvångsarbete = forced labour = pakkotyö
* könsdiskriminering = sex discrimination = sukupuolisyrjintä
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* invandring = immigration = maahanmuutto
* ILO = ILO = ILO
* övervakning av mänskliga rättigheter = human rights monitoring = ihmisoikeuksien valvonta
* icke-diskriminering = non-discrimination = syrjintäkielto
* non-state actors = non-state actors = non-state actors
* rätt till privatliv = right to privacy = oikeus yksityiselämään
* pornografi = pornography = pornografia
* barn = children = lapset
* våldtäkt = rape = raiskaus
* religion = religion = uskonto
* rättsstatsprincip = rule of law = oikeusvaltioperiaate
* sexuell orientering = sexual orientation = seksuaalinen suuntautuminen
* tortyr = torture = kidutus
* handel med kvinnor = trafficking in women = naiskauppa
* sexuellt våld = sexual violence = seksuaalinen väkivalta
* kvinnor = women = naiset
* WTO = WTO = WTO
* Världsbanken = World Bank = Maailmanpankki
* CEDAW Committee = CEDAW Committee = CEDAW Committee

NOTE (GENERAL): UN charter; CAT; CEDAW; ACHPR-OP; ECHR;

URL http://www.brill.nl/default.aspx?partid=210&pid=29041

 
4. Jacobsen, Trudy (ed.) : Re-envisioning sovereignty, 2008
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Re-envisioning sovereignty : the end of westphalia? / Jacobsen, Trudy (ed.) ; Sampford, Charles ; Thakur, Ramesh - (Law, ethics and governance series), xvi, 375 p.. - Aldershot : Ashgate publ., 2008.

ISBN 978-0-7546-7260-9

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. PART 1: SOVEREIGNTY AS A TRADITIONAL AND EMERGENT CONCEPT:. 1. Fables of sovereignty, by Wayne Hudson. 2. Sovereignty discourse and practice : past and future, by Joseph Camilleri. 3. Guises of sovereignty, Gerry Simpson. PART 2: SOVEREIGNTY IN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE:. 4. Westphalian and Islamic concepts of sovereignty in the Middle East, by Amin Saikal. 5. Wither sovereignty in Southeast Asia today?, by See Seng Tan. 6. Ambivalent sovereignty : China and re-imagining the Westphalian ideal, by Yongjin Zhang. Part 3: TRANSCENDING STATE SOVEREIGNTY 1: Human and global security:. 7. Confronting terrorism : dilemmas of principle and practice regarding sovereignty, by Brian L. Job. 8. Sovereignty in the 21st century : security, immigration, and refugees, by Howard Adelman. 9. State sovereignty and international refugee protection, by Robyn Lui. Part 4: TRANSCENDING STATE SOVEREIGNTY 2 : TRANSNATIONAL ISSUES:. 10. Do no harm : towards a Hippocratic standard for international civilisation, by Neil Arya. 11. Sovereignty and the global politics of the environment : beyond Westphalia?, by Lorraine Elliott. 12. Westphalian sovereignty in the shadow of international justice? a fresh coat of paint for a tainted concept, by Jackson Nyamuya Maogoto. Part 5: SOVEREIGNTY AND DEVELOPMENT:. 13. Development assistance and the hollow sovereignty of the weak, Roland Rich. 14. Corruption and transparency in governance and development : reinventing sovereignty for promoting good governance, by C. Raj Kumar. 15. Re-envisioning economic sovereignty : developing countries and the International Monetary Fund , by Ross P. Buckley. PART 6: RECONCEIVING THE STATE:. 16. Trust, legitimacy, and the sharing of sovereignty, by William Maley. 17. Sovereignty as indirect rule, by Barry Hindess. 18. Indigenous sovereignty, by Paul Keal. 19. Civil society in a post-statist circumstance, by Jan Aart Scholte.

INDEX WORDS:
* suveränitet = sovereignty = suvereniteetti
* islam = Islam = islaminusko
* flyktingar = refugees = pakolaiset
* invandring = immigration = maahanmuutto
* god förvaltning = good governance = hyvä hallinto
* IMF = IMF = IMF
* ursprungsfolk = indigenous peoples = alkuperäiskansat
* asylsökande = asylum seekers = turvapaikanhakijat
* autonomi = autonomy = autonomia
* barn = children = lapset
* medborgarskap = citizenship = kansalaisuus
* korruption = corruption = korruptio
* counter-terrorism = counter-terrorism = terrorismin vastainen toiminta
* miljöskydd = environmental protection = ympäristönsuojelu
* folkmord = genocide = kansanmurha
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* nationalism = nationalism = nationalismi
* non-intervention = non-intervention = puuttumattomuusperiaate
* terrorism = terrorism = terrorismi
* flyktingar = refugees = pakolaiset
* fattigdom = poverty = köyhyys
* äganderätt = right to property = omistusoikeus
* självbestämmanderätt = self-determination = itsemääräämisoikeus
* internationell handel = international trade = kansainvälinen kauppa
* UNHCR = UNHCR = UNHCR
* massförstörelsevapen = weapons of mass destruction (WMD) = joukkotuhoaseet
* WHO = WHO = WHO
* WTO = WTO = WTO
* Världsbanken = World Bank = Maailmanpankki
* EU = EU = EU
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* ICJ = ICJ = ICJ

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Afghanistan / Algeria / Asia / Australia / Austria / Bosnia-Herzegovina / Cambodia / Canada / Burma / Burundi / Bulgaria / Chile / China / Colombia / Costa Rica / Dominican Republic / Ecuador / Eritrea / France / Germany / Greece / Hungary / India / Iran / Iraq / Italy / Japan / Kenya / Liberia / Libya / Lithuania / Malaysia / Mexico / Morocco / New Zealand / Niger / North Korea / Nigera / Pakistan / Palestine / Philippines / Poland / Russian Federation / Rwanda / South Africa / USSR / Spain / SRi Lanka / Taiwan / Thailand / Tunisia / USA / Uruguay / Uzbekistan / Venezuela / Former Yugoslavia / Zimbabwe

LOCAL GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Kosovo

NOTE (GENERAL): Refugee convention; ECHR;

URL http://www.ashgate.com/default.aspx?page=637&calcTitle=1&title_id=10047&edition_id=10947

 
5. Boerefijn, Ineke (ed.) : Changing perceptions of sovereignty and human rights, 2008
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Changing perceptions of sovereignty and human rights : essays in honour of Cees Flinterman / Boerefijn, Ineke (ed.) ; Goldschmidt, Jenny, viii, 582 p.. - Antwerp : Intersentia, 2008.

ISBN 978-90-5095-759-5

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. INEKE BOEREFIJN and JENNY GOLDSCHMIDT: Introduction. PART A: CHANGING PERCEPTIONS OF SOVEREIGNTY:. 1. TIM KOOPMANS: The Internationalisation of the Rule of law. 2. MENNO T. KAMMINGA: Humanisation of International Law. 3. BAS DE GAAY FORTMAN: Beating the State at its Own Game. An Inquiry into the Intricacies of Sovereignty and the Separation of Powers. 4. KOFI KUMADO: Changing Perceptions of Sovereignty and Human Rights in Africa. 5. MARJOLEIN VAN DEN BRINK: Gendered Sovereignty? In Search of Gender Bias in the International Law Concept of State Sovereignty. 6. NICO SCHRIJVER: Unravelling State Sovereignty? The Controversy on the Right of Indigenous Peoples to Permanent Sovereignty over their Natural Wealth and Resources. 7. YVONNE DONDERS: The UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. A Victory for Cultural Autonomy?. 8. FONS COOMANS: Sovereignty Fading away? Prioritising Domestic Health Needs Versus Promoting Free Trade. PART B: ENFORCEMENT AND SOVEREIGNTY IN THE INTERNATIONAL LEGAL ORDER: INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS AND NON-STATE ACTORS:. 9. THEO VAN BOVEN: Five Years After Strengthening the United Nations. Recasting the Office of the High Commssioner for Human Rights. 10. TIEMO OOSTENBRINK: The Reform of the Thematic Treaty Mechanisms of the United Nations. 11. YUWEN LI: The Influence of International Organisations on the Protection of Human Rights in the Chinese Legal System. 12. PETER MALCONTENT: The European Union’s Influence on the Character and Effectiveness of Dutch Conduct in the UN Commission on Human Rights. 13. PIETER KOOIJMANS: Upholding Human Rights in a Tense and Globalising World. 14. WILLEM J.M. VAN GENUGTEN: Questioning the Freedom from Fear. A Meaningful Concept in a World Full of Abuse of Power and Injustice. 15. INEKE BOEREFIJN and JENNY GOLDSCHMIDT: Combating Domestic Violence Against Women. A Positive State Duty Beyond Sovereignty. PART C: ENFORCEMENT AND SOVEREIGNTY: INTERNATIONAL JUDICIAL INSTITUTIONS:. 16. LEONARD BESSELINK: The European Union and the European Convention on Human Rights. From Sovereign Immunity in Bosphorus to Full Scrutiny Under the Reform Treaty?. 17. SUSANNE BURRI: The Position of the European Court of Justice with Respect to the Enforcement of Human Rights. 18. EGBERT MYJER: Hardly a Week Goes by Without… Observations on the Increasing Number of General Problems of International Law in the Case Law of the European Court of Human Rights. 19. LEO ZWAAK: The Role of the Council of Europe and Its Committee of Ministers. Analysing the Efficiency of Measures Taken Under Article 46(2) of the ECHR. 20. TITIA LOENEN: Religious Pluralism and the European Court of Human Rights. Some Reflections on the Pros and Cons of a Wide Margin of Appreciation in the Case of Sahin v. Turkey. 21. CHRISJE BRANTS: The Free Flow of Information. A Sovereign Concept in and of Itself. 22. MITSUE INAZUMI: Japan and the ICC. A Reflection from the Perspective of the Principle of Complementarity. PART D: CHANGING PERCEPTIONS OF SOVEREIGNTY: CONFLICT AND HUMANITARIAN INTERVENTION:. 23. BERTRAND RAMCHARAN: Sovereignties of Impunity and Contemporary Challenges of International Protection. 24. DUCO HELLEMA: Sovereignty and Peacebuilding. 25. PETER BAEHR: Human Rights in Foreign Policy and International Relations. Shifting Emphasis after 9/11? The Cases of the United States and the Netherlands. 26. BIBI VAN GINKEL: Combating International Terrorism: New Powers for the Security Council?. 27. OLIVIER RIBBELINK: Another Responsibility to Protect? Some Thoughts on a Possible Consequence of GMES, or How Remote Sensing for the Good Cause Could Result in ‘Another’ Responsibility to Protect. 28. ERIC MYJER: Afghanistan, the Erosion of the Right to Self-Defence and the Case of the Missing Immediacy. The Debate on the Ban on the Use of Force and Self-Defence from a Human Rights Perspective.

INDEX WORDS:
* suveränitet = sovereignty = suvereniteetti
* rättsstatsprincip = rule of law = oikeusvaltioperiaate
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* ursprungsfolk = indigenous peoples = alkuperäiskansat
* non-state actors = non-state actors = non-state actors
* EU = EU = EU
* familjevåld = domestic violence = perheväkivalta
* ECJ = ECJ = ECJ
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* internationella brottmålsdomstolen = international criminal court (ICC) = kansainvälinen rikostuomioistuin
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* Europarådet = Council of Europe = Euroopan Neuvosto
* rättsfall/rättspraxis = cases/case law = oikeustapaukset/oikeuskäytäntö
* terrorism = terrorism = terrorismi
* kvinnor = women = naiset
* landrättigheter = land ownership rights = maanomistusoikeus
* kulturell autonomi = cultural autonomy = kulttuuriautonomia
* kontroll över naturtillgångar = natural resources control = luonnonvarojen valvonta
* kommittén för de mänskliga rättigheterna = Human Rights Committee = ihmisoikeuskomitea

NOTE (GENERAL): CERD; ICCPR-27; ACHPR; AMR; UN charter; ECHR; CEDAW; CAT;

URL http://www.intersentia.be/searchDetail.aspx?bookId=100468

 
6. 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

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

 
7. Amnéus, Diana (red.) : Mänskliga rättigheter - från forskningens frontlinjer, 2003
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Mänskliga rättigheter - från forskningens frontlinjer = Human rights - from the frontiers of research / Amnéus, Diana (red.) ; Gunner, Göran - (Studia theologica holmiensia ; nr. 7), 313 p.. - Uppsala : Iustus förlag, 2003. - ISSN 1401-1557

ISBN 91-7678-545-9

LANGUAGE: SWE, ENG

ABSTRACT: Diana Amnéus & Göran Gunner: Inledning / Introduction. 1. Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na’im: Towards a More People-Centered Human Rights Movement. 2. David Miller: Human Rights in a Multicultural World. 3. Anna T. Höglund: Feminismens paradox – Kampen för gruppen kvinnors rättigheter och för varje kvinnas rätt att vara individ. 4. Kerstin Lökken: ”Vi måste resa oss upp!” – om rätten att tala och erkännas i det offentliga samtalet. 5. Elisabeth Gerle: Participatory Democracy and Human Rights for Women in Globalization – New Possibilities and Challenges. 6. Eva Evers Rosander: Genus, islam och mänskliga rättigheter: Exempel från Marocko och Senegal. 7. Mohammad Fazlhashemi: Islamisk demokrati eller muslimernas demokrati? Tankar om mänskliga rättigheter och globalisering bland muslimska intellektuella. 8. Jan Hjärpe: Himmel eller helvete? Diskussionen om självmordsattentatens religiösa legitimitet. 9. Paul W. Kahn: National Security and Human Rights after September 11. 10. Gregor Noll: Rätt, myt och politik: folkrättens våldsförbud i undantagets gränsland. 11. Brian Gorlick: The Institution of Asylum after 11 September. 12. Reinhold Fahlbeck: Ora et labora – Bed och arbeta. Om religionsfrihet i arbetslivet. 13. Birgitte Kofod Olsen: Biometrisk identifikation og integritetsbeskyttelse. 14. Hans Ingvar Roth: Några etiska aspekter på vetenskapliga framsteg och ny teknologiv. 15. Katarina Månsson: Human Rights Protection in Complex Peace Operations: A Comparative Study on Kosovo and East Timor. 16. Lisbeth Segerlund: The responsibility of corporations for human rights and social issues, NGO's and a development towrads a new regulatory framework?.

INDEX WORDS:
* mångkulturalism = multiculturalism = monikulttuurisuus
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* feminism = feminism = naisasialiike
* kvinnor = women = naiset
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* invandrare = immigrants = maahanmuuttajat
* islam = islam = islaminusko
* kön = gender = sukupuoli
* terrorism = terrorism = terrorismi
* muslimer = Muslims = muslimit
* asyl = asylum = turvapaikka
* religionsfrihet = freedom of religion = uskonnonvapaus
* fredsbevarande styrkor = peacekeeping forces = rauhanturvajoukot
* NGO = NGO = NGO
* jämlikhet = equality = tasa-arvo

NOTE (GENERAL): UN charter; ICCPR-OP; CEDAW;

URL http://www.iustus.se/html/contents/menu/03_katalog/bookshop/describtion/5459.pdf

 
8. Dauvergne, Catherine : Making people illegal, 2008
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Making people illegal : what globalization means for migration and law / Dauvergne, Catherine. - repr.. - (Law in context), xi, 216 p.. - Cambridge : Cambridge U.P., 2008.

ISBN 978-0-521-89508-8

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: Contents:. 1. Introduction. 2. On being illegal. 3. Migration in the globalization script. 4. Making asylum illegal. 5. Trafficking in hegemony. 6. The less brave new world. 7. Citizenship unhinged. 8. Myths and giants: the influence of the EU and the US. 9. Sovereignty and the rule of law in global times.

INDEX WORDS:
* invandring = immigration = maahanmuutto
* barn = children = lapset
* medborgarskap = citizenship = kansalaisuus
* kön = gender = sukupuoli
* EU = EU = EU
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* människohandel = trafficking in persons = ihmiskauppa
* ICJ = ICJ = ICJ
* migration = migration = siirtolaisuus
* flyktingar = refugees = pakolaiset
* rättsstatsprincip = rule of law = oikeusvaltioperiaate
* suveränitet = sovereignty = suvereniteetti
* nationalitet = nationality = kansallisuus
* Världsbanken = World Bank = Maailmanpankki
* WTO = WTO = WTO
* människohandel = trafficking in persons = ihmiskauppa

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Universal

NOTE (GENERAL): ECHR; Convention for the suppression of the traffic in persons and the exploitation of the prostitution of others; CEDAW; Refugee convention; ICCPR; Migrant workers convention; OAU refugee convention; TEU; ToA; Treaty of Lisbon; Vienna convention on the law of treaties;

URL http://www.cambridge.org/catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=9780521895088

 
9. Klein, Eckart (Hrsg.) : Universalität - Schutzmechanismen - Diskriminierungsverbote, 2008
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Universalität - Schutzmechanismen - Diskriminierungsverbote / Klein, Eckart (Hrsg.) ; Menke, Christoph - (Menschenrechtszentrum der Universität Potsdam ; Bd. 30), 691 p.. - Berlin : BWV-Verlag, 2008.

ISBN 978-3-8305-1559-3

LANGUAGE: GER

ABSTRACT: Universalität und Begründung von Menschenrechten:. 1.Hauke Brunkhorst: Weltöffentlichkeit, Menschenrechte und das Janusgesicht des Rechts. 2. Gregor Paul: Die Rede von asiatischen Werten und ihr Einfluß auf die Interpretation der Menschenrechte. 3. Gerhard Robbers: Zur Bedeutung von Transzendenzbezügen für den Schutz von Grund- und Menschenrechten. 4. Rolf Zimmermann: Zur Begründung der Universalität von Menschenrechten. Reformbilanz und Reformbedarf bei den Mechanismen des Menschenrechtsschutzes und des Büros der UN-Hochkommissarin für Menschenrechte:. 1. Petra Follmar-Otto: Die Rolle Nationaler Menschenrechtsinstitutionen bei der nationalen Implementation der Menschenrechtsstandards der Vereinten Nationen. 2. Isabell Kempf: Der Beitrag von OHCHR zur Kapazitätsförderung im Menschenrechtsbereich. 3. Günter Nooke: To meet the expectations of men and women everywhere: Wird der Menschenrechtsrat zu einer Verbesserung des Menschenrechtsschutzes beitragen?. 4. Hanna Beate Schöpp-Schilling: Möglichkeit der Effektuierung des vertragsbasierten Menschenrechtsschutzes. 5.Norman Weiß: Zur Rolle der Zivilgesellschaft für den Schutz der Menschenrechte Almuth Wittling-Vogel: Die menschenrechtlichen Verpflichtungen der Bundesrepublik Deutschland – ein Erfahrungsbericht. Diskriminierungsbekämpfung:. 1. Susanne Baer: Ungleichheit der Gleichheiten? Zur Hierarchisierung von Diskriminierungsverboten. 2. Theresia Degener: Zur Erforderlichkeit der Ausdifferenzierung des Diskriminierungsverbotes. 3. Stefan Huster: "So einfach wie möglich, aber nicht einfacher". 4. Bernd Ladwig: Gerechtigkeitsgebot – Diskriminierungsverbot. 5. Christine Langenfeld: Der staatliche Schutz kultureller Besonderheiten von zugewanderten (neuen) Minderheiten und die Freiheit der Minderheitsangehörigen. 6.Michael Sachs: Diskriminierungsverbote im Spannungsfeld zu Freiheitsrechten. Einzelthemen:. 1. Manuel Fröhlich/Katharina Höne: Die Weltkonferenzen der Vereinten Nationen: Katalysator einer neuen Akteurs- und Themenstruktur der Weltpolitik. 2. Klaus Hüfner: Menschenrechtsbildung. 3. Otto Luchterhandt: Menschenrechte und Systemwechsel: Der Fall "Sowjetunion". 4. Claudia Mahler: Nationale Menschenrechtsinstitutionen. 5. Sabine von Schorlemer: Konstitutionalisierung der universellen Völkerrechtsordnung durch die Menschenrechte. 6. Norman Weiß: Die Verantwortung des Staates für den Schutz der Menschenrechte

INDEX WORDS:
* diskriminering = discrimination = syrjintä
* antisemitism = anti-Semitism = antisemitismi
* autonomi = autonomy = autonomia
* handikappade = disabled persons = vammaiset
* demokrati = democracy = demokratia
* äganderätt = right to property = omistusoikeus
* ECJ = ECJ = ECJ
* EU = EU = EU
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* feminism = feminism = naisasialiike
* förföljelse = persecution = vaino
* fångar = prisoners = vangit
* flyktingar = refugees = pakolaiset
* religionsfrihet = freedom of religion = uskonnonvapaus
* yttrandefrihet = freedom of expression = ilmaisuvapaus
* humanitär intervention = humanitarian intervention = humanitaarinen interventio
* implementering = implementation = toteuttaminen
* ICJ = ICJ = ICJ
* islam = Islam = islaminusko
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* barn = children = lapset
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* migration = migration = siirtolaisuus
* minoritetsgrupper = minority groups = vähemmistöryhmät
* moral = morality = moraali
* rasdiskriminering = racial discrimination = rotusyrjintä
* rasism = racism = rasismi
* sexualitet = sexuality = seksuaalisuus
* terrorism = terrorism = terrorismi
* dödsstraff = death penalty = kuolemanrangaistus
* tolerans = tolerance = suvaitsevaisuus
* UNESCO = UNESCO = UNESCO
* folkmord = genocide = kansanmurha
* WHO = WHO = WHO
* affirmative action = affirmative action = affirmative action

NOTE (GENERAL): ICCPR; CAT; CEDAW; CERD; CMW; CRPD; CRC; ECHR; Refugee convention;

URL https://bwv-verlag.de/shop/bwv/index.php?page=detail&match=LISA_NR2=1559

 
10. Turner, Stephen J. : A sustainable environmental right, 2009
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

A sustainable environmental right : an examination of the legal obligations of decision-makers towards the environment / Turner, Stephen J. - (Energy and environmental law & policy series : supranational and comparative apspects ; vol. 1), xxiii, 284 p.. - Alphen an den Rijn : Kluwer Law, 2009.

ISBN 978-90-411-2815-7

LANGUAGE: ENG

INDEX WORDS:
* miljörätt = environmental law = ympäristöoikeus
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* rätt till en sund miljö = right to environmental quality = oikeus puhtaaseen ympäristöön
* ursprungsfolk = indigenous peoples = alkuperäiskansat
* WTO = WTO = WTO
* klimatförändring = climate change = ilmastomuutos
* författning/grundlag = constitution = perustuslaki/valtiosääntö
* internationell sedvanerätt = customary international law = kansainvälinen tapaoikeus
* u-länder = developing countries = kehitysmaat
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* NAFTA = NAFTA = NAFTA
* suveränitet = sovereignty = suvereniteetti
* hållbar utveckling = sustainable development = kestävä kehitys
* Världsbanken = World Bank = Maailmanpankki
* WHO = WHO = WHO

NOTE (GENERAL): ACHPR; AMR; ECHR; ICCPR; ICESCR; UDHR; Vienna convention on the law of treaties;

LIBRARY LOCATION: Domvillan

SHELF CODE: Miljörätt

URL http://www.kluwerlaw.com/Catalogue/titleinfo.htm?ProdID=9041128158&name=A-Substantive-Environmental-Right%3a-An-Examination-of-the-Legal-Obligations-of-Decision-makers-towards-the-Environment

 
11. Baxi, Upendra : Human rights in a posthuman world, 2007
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Human rights in a posthuman world : critical essays / Baxi, Upendra, xvi, 249 p.. - Oxford : Oxford U. P., 2007.

ISBN 978-0-19-569211-2

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Why social theory, especially of human rights? 2. Amartya Sen and human rights. 3. The uncanny idea of development. 4. The development of the right to development. 5. Human rights in times of terror. 6. The posthuman and human rights.

INDEX WORDS:
* rätt till utveckling = right to development = oikeus kehitykseen
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* terror = terror = terrori
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* kvinnor = women = naiset
* WTO = WTO = WTO

NOTE (GENERAL): ACHPR; CEDAW; UDHR;

 
12. Yearbook on humanitarian action and human rights 2008, 2008
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Yearbook on humanitarian action and human rights 2008 = Anuario de accion humanitaria y derechos humanos 2008 /, 174 p.. - Bilbao : Universidad de Deusto - Instituto de Derechos Humanos Pedro arrupe, 2008. - ISSN 1885-298X

LANGUAGE: ENG, SPA

ABSTRACT: ARTICLES a.o.:. 1. The impact of political globalization on human rights law, by Claudia Cinelli. 2. The UN Human Rights Council: reviewing its first year, by Carmen Marquez Carraso and Ingrid Nifosi-Sutton. 3. Finding a healthy balance: evaluating models for change to international intellectual property laws affecting global access to medicine and realisation of the humanright to helath, by Genevieve Wilkinson.

INDEX WORDS:
* naturresurser = natural resources = luonnonvarat
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* ansvarighet = accountability = vastuullisuus
* NGO = NGO = NGO
* fattigdom = poverty = köyhyys
* jämlikhet = equality = tasa-arvo
* staternas förpliktelser = obligations of states = valtioiden velvollisuudet
* rätt till hälsa = right to health = oikeus terveyteen

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Ecuador

NOTE (GENERAL): UN charter; CEDAW; ICESCR;

LIBRARY LOCATION: s Yb on humanitarian law

 
13. Bosselmann, Klaus : The principle of sustainability, 2008
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

The principle of sustainability : transforming law and governance / Bosselmann, Klaus, x, 242 p.. - Aldershot : Ashgate, 2008.

ISBN 978-0-7546-7355-2

LANGUAGE: ENG

INDEX WORDS:
* biologisk mångfald = biodiversity = biodiversiteetti
* medborgarskap = citizenship = kansalaisuus
* klimatförändring = climate change = ilmastomuutos
* miljörätt = environmental law = ympäristöoikeus
* hållbar utveckling = sustainable development = kestävä kehitys
* EU = EU = EU
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* NGO = NGO = NGO
* förorening = pollution = saastuminen
* WTO = WTO = WTO

NOTE (GENERAL): Earth charter; ACHPR; ToA; AMR; Biosafety protocol; Climate change convention; Convention on biological diversity; Convention on the law of the sea; Convention for the protection of the world cultural and natural heritage; Johannesburg declaration; Rio declaration; Stockholm declaration; TEU; UDHR;

LIBRARY LOCATION: Domvillan

SHELF CODE: Miljörätt

 
14. Nautiyal, Suresh ... [et al.] : Indigenous survival and the modern world, 2005
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Indigenous survival and the modern world / Nautiyal, Suresh ... [et al.] - ( Unheard voices ; 3), 46 p.. - Munrika, New Delhi : Citizens' Global Platform, 2005.

LANGUAGE: ENG

INDEX WORDS:
* ursprungsfolk = indigenous peoples = alkuperäiskansat
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* landrättigheter = land ownership rights = maanomistusoikeus

URL http://www.globalplatform.fi/doc/1115148317.82

 
15. Tuori, Kaarlo : Sosiaalioikeus, 2008
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Sosiaalioikeus / Tuori, Kaarlo ; Toomas Kotkas. - 4. uud. p.., xxxvi, 676 p.. - Helsinki : WSOYPRO, 2008.

ISBN 978-951-0-33836-0

LANGUAGE: FIN

ABSTRACT: SISÄLLYS:. I. Sosiaalioikeuden ala. II. Sosiaaliturvan ja terveydenhuollon hallinto- ja toimeenpanoorganisaatio. III. Sosiaalioikeuden historiallinen kehitys. IV. Sosiaalioikeuden lähteet. V. Sosiaalioikeuden oikeusperiaatteet. VI. Sosiaaliset oikeudet. VII. Etuuspäätöksissä noudatettava menettely. VIII. Muutoksenhaku etuuspäätöksiin ja niiden pysyvyys. IX. Aiheettomasti maksettujen etuuksien takaisinperintä. X. Tahdosta riippumattomat toimenpiteet. XI. Julkisuus ja salassapito. XII. Sosiaaliturva- ja terveydenhuoltojärjestelmän valvonta.

INDEX WORDS:
* grundrättigheter = constitutional rights = perusoikeudet
* EU-rätt = EU-law = EU-oikeus
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* välfärdsstat = welfare state = hyvinvointivaltio
* handikappade = disabled persons = vammaiset
* barn = children = lapset
* barnavård = child care = lastenhoito
* självbestämmanderätt = self-determination = itsemääräämisoikeus
* rättvis rättegång = fair trial = oikeudenmukainen oikeudenkäynti
* rätt till arbete = right to work = oikeus työhön
* socialskydd = social security = sosiaaliturva
* hälsovård = health care = terveydenhuolto
* ekonomiska, sociala och kulturella rättigheter = economic, social and cultural rights = TSS-oikeudet
* nationell rätt = national law = kansallinen oikeus

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Finland

NOTE (GENERAL): ICESCR;

 
16. Armstrong, David ... [et al.] : Routledge handbook of international law, 2009
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Routledge handbook of international law / Armstrong, David ... [et al.], xxxiv, 468 p.. - New York : Routledge, 2009.

ISBN 978-0-415-41876-8

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: SECTION I: THE NATURE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW:. 1. International law and international relations scholarship / by Robert Beck. 2. International law and international community / Andreas Paulus. 3. Legal theory and international law / Friedrich Kratochwil. 4. Soft law / Dinah Shelton. 5. The practice of international law / Anthony Carty. 6. International law as a unitary system / Anthony D'Amato. SECTION II : EVOLUTION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW:. 7. International law in the ancient world / David Bederman. 8. The age of Grotius / Edward Keene. 9. The legacy of the nineteenth century / Martti Koskenniemi. 10. Latin American international law / Liliana Obrego´n. 11. Religion and international law : an analytical survey of the relationship / Mashood Baderin. 12. The struggle for an international constitutional order / Marc Weller. SECTION III : LAW AND POWER IN INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY:. 13. Law and force in the 21st century / Gerry Simpson. 14. The nature of US engagement with international law : making sense of apparent inconsistencies / Shirley Scott. 15. The Iraq war and international law / Wayne Sandholtz. SECTION IV: KEY ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL LAW:. 16. The international criminal court / Beth Simmons and Allison Danner. 17. Fidelity to constitutional democracy and to the rule of international law / Allen Buchanan and Russell Powell. 18. International crimes / William Schabas. 19. Challenges of the "new terrorism" / John Murphy. 20. Law and legitimacy : the world trade organization / Amrita Narlikar. 21. Attainments, eclipses, and disciplinary renewal in international human rights law : a critical overview / Obiora Chinedu Okafor. 22. The colonial origins of intellectual property regimes in African states / Ikechi Mgbeoji. 23. Indigenous rights claims in international law : self determination, culture, and development / Karen Engle. 24. International refugee law : dominant and emerging approaches / Helene Lambert. 25. Sustainable development in international law / Marie-Claire Cordonnier Segger. 26. WTO law and sustainable development / Markus Gehring. 27. Looking ahead : international law's main challenges / Andrea Bianchi

INDEX WORDS:
* autonomi = autonomy = autonomia
* kolonialism = colonialism = kolonialismi
* immunitet = immunity = koskemattomuus
* demokrati = democracy = demokratia
* miljöskydd = environmental protection = ympäristönsuojelu
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* ECJ = ECJ = ECJ
* EU = EU = EU
* användning av maktmedel = use of force = voimakeinojen käyttö
* folkmord = genocide = kansanmurha
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* humanitär intervention = humanitarian intervention = humanitaarinen interventio
* ursprungsfolk = indigenous peoples = alkuperäiskansat
* immaterialrätt = intellectual property rights = immateriaalioikeus
* ICJ = ICJ = ICJ
* internationella brottmålsdomstolen = international criminal court (ICC) = kansainvälinen rikostuomioistuin
* islam = Islam = islaminusko
* kärnvapen = nuclear weapons = ydinaseet
* PCIJ = PCIJ = PCIJ
* flyktingar = refugees = pakolaiset
* självbestämmanderätt = self-determination = itsemääräämisoikeus
* suveränitet = sovereignty = suvereniteetti
* hållbar utveckling = sustainable development = kestävä kehitys
* terrorism = terrorism = terrorismi
* tortyr = torture = kidutus
* WTO = WTO = WTO
* non-state actors = non-state actors = non-state actors

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Africa / Algeria / Angola / Australia / Canada / China / Colombia / Egypt / France / Greece / India / Iraq / Iran / Israel / Malaysia / New Zealand / Nicaragua / Nigeria / Rhodesia / Russian Federation / Somalia / South Africa / USSR / Uruguay / Zimbabwe

LIBRARY LOCATION: IMR Inst.ref.

URL http://www.routledge.com/books/Routledge-Handbook-of-International-Law-isbn9780415418768

 
17. Hiskes, Richard P. : The human right to a green future, 2009
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

The human right to a green future : environmental rights and intergenerational justice / Hiskes, Richard P., x, 171 p.. - Cambridge : Cambridge U.P., 2009.

ISBN 978-0-521-69614-2

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: Contents:. 1. Environmental human rights and intergenerational justice. 2. Emergent human rights, identity, harms and duties. 3. Reflexive reciprocity and intergenerational environmental justice. 4. Cosmopolitan ethics, communal reciprocity, and global environmentalism. 5. Toward a global consensus on environmental human rights. 6. Human rights as inheritance: instituting intergenerational environmental justice. 7. Conclusion: environmental justice and the emergent future of human rights.

INDEX WORDS:
* klimatförändring = climate change = ilmastomuutos
* medborgarskap = citizenship = kansalaisuus
* författning/grundlag = constitution = perustuslaki/valtiosääntö
* demokrati = democracy = demokratia
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* miljörätt = environmental law = ympäristöoikeus
* feminism = feminism = naisasialiike
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* människovärde = human dignity = ihmisarvo
* IMF = IMF = IMF
* nationalism = nationalism = nationalismi
* nationalitet = nationality = kansallisuus
* naturrätt = natural law = luonnonoikeus
* självbestämmanderätt = self-determination = itsemääräämisoikeus
* totalitarism = totalitarianism = totalitarismi
* WTO = WTO = WTO
* Världsbanken = World Bank = Maailmanpankki

NOTE (GENERAL): Aarhus convention; Kyoto protocol; ACHPR; Almaty declaration; CRC; Declaration on the rights of minorities; ICCPR; ICESCR; Rio declaration; Vienna declaration and programme of action; UDHR;

LIBRARY LOCATION: Miljörätt

URL http://www.cambridge.org/catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=9780521696142

 
18. Alston, Philip (ed.) : Human rights, intervention and the use of force, 2008
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Human rights, intervention and the use of force / Alston, Philip (ed.) ; MacDonald, Euan - (The collected courses of the Academy of European law ; vol. X/2), xii, 294 p.. - Oxford : Oxford U.P., 2008.

ISBN 978-0-19-955272-6

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: Contents:. 1. Sovereignty, Human Rights, Security: Armed Intervention and the Foundational Problems of International Law, by Euan Macdonald, Philip Alston. 2. Human Rights and State Sovereignty: Have the Boundaries been Significantly Redrawn?, by Hélène Ruiz Fabri. 3. Human Rights and Collective Security: Is There an Emerging Right of Humanitarian Intervention?, by Olivier Corten. 4. The Implications of Kosovo for International Human Rights Law, by Richard Bilder. 5. Can Uses of Force be Illegal but Justified?, by Anthea Roberts. 6. Intervention in a 'Divided World': Axes of Legitimacy, by Nathaniel Berman. 7. States of Exception: Regulating Targeted Killing in a "Global Civil War", by Nehal Bhuta. 8. The Schizophrenias of R2P , José E. Alvarez

INDEX WORDS:
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* suveränitet = sovereignty = suvereniteetti
* humanitär intervention = humanitarian intervention = humanitaarinen interventio
* användning av maktmedel = use of force = voimakeinojen käyttö
* väpnad konflikt = armed conflict = aseellinen selkkaus
* autonomi = autonomy = autonomia
* brott mot mänskligheten = crimes against humanity = rikos ihmisyyttä vastaan
* strafflag = criminal law = rikoslaki
* rättvis rättegång = fair trial = oikeudenmukainen oikeudenkäynti
* folkmord = genocide = kansanmurha
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* internationella brottmålsdomstolen = international criminal court (ICC) = kansainvälinen rikostuomioistuin
* NGO = NGO = NGO
* landminor = land mines = maamiinat
* självbestämmanderätt = self-determination = itsemääräämisoikeus
* statsansvar = state responsibility = valtiovastuu
* terrorism = terrorism = terrorismi
* kvinnor = women = naiset
* krigets lagar = laws of war = sodan oikeussäännöt
* krigsförbrytelser = war crimes = sotarikokset
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* ICJ = ICJ = ICJ
* PCIJ = PCIJ = PCIJ

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

 
19. Gomez Isa, Felipe (ed.) : International human rights law in a global context, 2009
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

International human rights law in a global context / Gomez Isa, Felipe (ed.) ; de Feyter, Koen, 973 p.. - Bilbao : University of Deusto, 2009.

ISBN 978-84-9830-190-8

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: Articles about:. PART I: General introduction. PART II: Human rights in a global context. PART III: United Nations and universal human rights. PART IV: Human rights in Europe. PART V: The Organisation of American States and human rights. PART VI: Human rights in Africa. PART VII: Comparison of regional human rights system. PART VIII: Human rights in Asia.

INDEX WORDS:
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* tortyr = torture = kidutus
* folkmord = genocide = kansanmurha
* rasdiskriminering = racial discrimination = rotusyrjintä
* barn = children = lapset
* ofrivilliga försvinnanden = enforced disappearances = pakotettu katoaminen
* OAS = OAS = OAS
* NGO = NGO = NGO
* CESCR Committee = CESCR Committee = CESCR Committee
* CRC Committee = CRC Committee = CRC Committee
* kommittén för de mänskliga rättigheterna = Human Rights Committee = ihmisoikeuskomitea

NOTE (GENERAL): ICCPR; ICESCR; Genocide convention; CAT; CAT-OP; CRC; Migrant workers convention; ECHR; ESC; ECPT; AMR; ACHPR; CEDAW; CERD;

URL http://www.marcialpons.es/fichalibro.php?id=100845447

 
20. Ramcharan, Bertrand G. : The protection roles of UN human rights special procedures, 2009
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

The protection roles of UN human rights special procedures / Ramcharan, Bertrand G., x, 213 p.. - Leiden : Martinus Nijhoff publ., 2009.

ISBN 978-90-04-17147-3

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: Foreword, by Ambassador Peter Maurer. Introduction. Chapters :. I. Contemporary Challenges of International Protection. II. Origins, Essence and Foundations of Special Procedures. III. The Protection Roles of Country Mandates. IV. The Protection Roles of Thematic Mandates. V. State, Individual, Corporate and International Responsibility. VI. Prevention, Urgent Action and Appeals. VII. Containment and Mitigation: The Transmittal of Complaints to Governments and Visits on the Spot. VIII. Fact-Finding, Recommendations, and Follow Up. IX. Remedies. X. Advocacy for Protection. Conclusion; Bibliography; Index

INDEX WORDS:
* ansvarighet = accountability = vastuullisuus
* afrikanska unionen = African Union = Afrikan Unioni
* skadestånd = compensation = vahingonkorvaus
* brott mot mänskligheten = crimes against humanity = rikos ihmisyyttä vastaan
* diskriminering = discrimination = syrjintä
* tidig varning = early warning = aikainen varoitus
* undantagstillstånd = state of emergency = hätätila
* etnisk rensning = ethnic cleansing = etninen puhdistus
* rätt till undervisning = right to education = oikeus opetukseen
* yttrandefrihet = freedom of expression = ilmaisuvapaus
* folkmord = genocide = kansanmurha
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* hälsovård = health care = terveydenhoito
* ICJ = ICJ = ICJ
* implementering = implementation = toteuttaminen
* ILO = ILo = ILO
* ursprungsfolk = indigenous populations = alkuperäiskansat
* massmedia = mass media = joukkotiedotusvälineet
* NGO = NGO = NGO
* icke-diskriminering = non-discrimination = syrjintäkielto
* fattigdom = poverty = köyhyys
* rätt till utveckling = right to development = oikeus kehitykseen
* rätt till liv = right to life = oikeus elämään
* terrorism = terrorism = terrorismi
* tortyr = torture = kidutus
* människohandel = trafficking in persons = ihmiskauppa
* kvinnor = women = naiset
* CESCR Committee = CESCR Committee = CESCR Committee

NOTE (GENERAL): UDHR; UN charter; ICCPR; ICESCR;

URL http://www.brill.nl/default.aspx?partid=210&pid=21674

 
21. Spiliopoulou Åkermark, Sia : Human rights, globalization, trade and development, 2009
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: part of a monograph

Human rights, globalization, trade and development / Spiliopoulou Åkermark, Sia

REFERENCE TO GENERIC UNIT: International protection of human rights : a textbook : II : United Nations standards and mechanisms / Krause, C.; Scheinin, M. (eds.), p. 343-364. - Turku/Åbo : Åbo Akademi University. Institute for Human Rights, 2009.

ISBN 978-952-12-2285-6

LANGUAGE: ENG

INDEX WORDS:
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* internationell handel = international trade = kansainvälinen kauppa
* rätt till utveckling = right to development = oikeus kehitykseen
* WTO = WTO = WTO
* Världsbanken = World Bank = Maailmanpankki
* IMF = IMF = IMF

NOTE (GENERAL): UN charter-1; ICESCR;

 
22. Ghai, Yash : Understanding human rights in Asia, 2009
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: part of a monograph

Understanding human rights in Asia / Ghai, Yash

REFERENCE TO GENERIC UNIT: International protection of human rights : a textbook : III : Regional systems / Krause, C.; Scheinin, M. (eds.), p. 547-576. - Turku/Åbo : Åbo Akademi University. Institute for Human Rights, 2009.

ISBN 978-952-12-2285-6

LANGUAGE: ENG

INDEX WORDS:
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* islam = Islam = islaminusko
* fattigdom = poverty = köyhyys
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* självbestämmanderätt = self-determination = itsemääräämisoikeus
* NGO = NGO = NGO

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: India / China / Iraq

NOTE (GENERAL): UN charter;

 
23. Krause, Catarina (ed.) : International protection of human rights , 2009
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

International protection of human rights : a textbook / Krause, Catarina (ed.) ; Scheinin, Martin, xiii, 677 p.. - Turku/Åbo : Åbo Akademi University. Institute for Human Rights, 2009.

ISBN 978-952-12-2285-6

LANGUAGE: ENG

INDEX WORDS:
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* humanitär rätt = humanitarian law = humanitaarinen oikeus
* sedvanerätt = customary law = tapaoikeus
* diskriminering = discrimination = syrjintä
* nationell rätt = national law = kansallinen oikeus
* EG-rätt = EC law = EY-oikeus
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* NGO = NGO = NGO
* skadestånd = compensation = vahingonkorvaus
* självbestämmanderätt = self-determination = itsemääräämisoikeus
* terrorism = terrorism = terrorismi
* tortyr = torture = kidutus
* kvinnor = women = naiset
* människohandel = trafficking in persons = ihmiskauppa
* medborgerliga och politiska rättigheter = civil and political rights = kansalaisoikeudet ja poliittiset oikeudet
* individuella klagomål = individual complaints = yksilövalitus
* brott mot mänskligheten = crimes against humanity = rikos ihmisyyttä vastaan
* övervakning av mänskliga rättigheter = human rights monitoring = ihmisoikeuksien valvonta

NOTE (GENERAL): Vienna declaration and programme of action; Rio declaration; Cairo declaration on human rights in Islam; ECHR; ESC; Revised ESC; ECPT; CAT; CRC; CEDAW, ICESCR; ICCPR; African charter on the rights and welfare of the child; Convention concerning the indigenous and tribal peoples in independent countries (ILO convention no. 169);

 
24. Ebbesson, Jonas (ed.) : Environmental law and justice in context, 2009
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Environmental law and justice in context / Ebbesson, Jonas (ed.) ; Okowa, Phoebe, xii, 483 p.. - Cambridge : Cambridge U. P., 2009.

ISBN 978-0-521-87968-2

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: Contents:. Introduction: dimensions of justice in environmental law, by Jonas Ebbesson. Part I. The Notion of Justice in International Law:. 2. The second cycle of ecological urgency: an environmental justice perspective, by Richard Falk. 3. Describing the elephant: international justice and environmental law, by Dinah Shelton. 4. Law, justice and rights: some implications of a global perspective, by William Twining. 5. Gender and environmental law and justice?: thoughts on sustainable masculinities, by Hanne Petersen. Part II. Public Participation and Access to the Judiciary:. 6. Participatory rights in natural resource management: the role of communities in South Asia, by Jona Razzaque. 7. Public participation and the challenges of environmental justice in China, by Qun Du. 8. Environmental justice through courts in countries in economic transition, by Stephen Stec. 9. Environmental justice through environmental courts?: lessons learned from the Swedish experience, by Jan Darpö. 10. Environmental justice in the European Court of Justice, by Ludwig Krämer. 11. Environmental justice through international complaints procedures?: comparing the Aarhus Convention and the North American Agreement on Environmental Cooperation, by Malgosia Fitzmaurice. Part III. State Sovereignty and State Borders:. 12. Environmental justice in situations of armed conflict, by Phoebe Okowa. 13. Sovereignty and environmental justice in international law, by André Nollkaemper. 14. Piercing the state veil in the pursuit of environmental justice, by Jonas Ebbesson. Part IV. North-South Concerns in Global Contexts: 15. Competing narratives of justice in north-south environmental relations: the case of ozone layer depletion, by Karin Mickelson. 16. Climate change, global environmental justice and international environmental law, by Jutta Brunée. 17. Justice in global environmental negotiations: the case of desertification, by Bo Kjellén. Part V. Access to Natural Resources:. 18. Distributive justice and procedural fairness in global water law, by Ellen Hey. 19. Environmental justice in the use, knowledge and exploitation of genetic resources, by Philippe Cullet. 20. Law, gender and environmental resources: women's access to environmental justice in east Africa, by Patricia Kameri-Mbote. Part VI. Corporate Activities and Trade:. 21. The polluter pays principle: dilemmas of justice in national and international contexts, by Hans Christian Bugge. 22. Corporate activities and environmental justice: perspectives on Sierra Leone's mining, by Priscilla Schwartz. 23. Environmental justice and international trade law, by Nicolas de Sadeleer.

INDEX WORDS:
* informationsfrihet = freedom of information = informaatiovapaus
* jordbruk = agriculture = maanviljely
* biologisk mångfald = biodiversity = biodiversiteetti
* klimatförändring = climate change = ilmastomuutos
* beslutsfattande = decision making = päätöksenteko
* demokrati = democracy = demokratia
* ökenspridning = desertification = aavikoituminen
* u-länder = developing countries = kehitysmaat
* miljörätt = environmental law = ympäristöoikeus
* EU = EU = EU
* genetiska resurser = genetic resources = geneettiset varat
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* internationella brottmålsdomstolen = international criminal court (ICC) = kansainvälinen rikostuomioistuin
* immaterialrätt = intellectual property rights = immateriaalioikeus
* ICJ = ICJ = ICJ
* IMF = IMF = IMF
* islam = Islam = islaminusko
* multinationella bolag = transnational corporations (TNC) = monikansalliset yritykset
* naturtillgångar = natural resources = luonnonvarat
* OECD = OECD = OECD
* NAFTA = NAFTA = NAFTA
* NATO = NATO = NATO
* PCIJ = PCIJ = PCIJ
* suveränitet = sovereignty = suvereniteetti
* hållbar utveckling = sustainable development = kestävä kehitys
* kvinnor = women = naiset
* Världsbanken = World Bank = Maailmanpankki
* diskriminering = discrimination = syrjintä
* staternas förpliktelser = obligations of states = valtioiden velvollisuudet
* ursprungsfolk = indigenous peoples = alkuperäiskansat

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Australia / Austria / Bangladesh / Belgium / Bolivia / Brazil / Bulgaria / Congo / China / Denmark / East Africa / East Timor / Egypt / Finland / Germany / Greenland / Iraq / Iran / Ireland / Kenya / Liberia / Mongolia / Norway / Pakistan / Portugal / Russian Federation / Sierra Leone / South Asia / South Korea / Spain / Sri Lanka / Tanzania / Uganda / Ukraine / United Kingdom / USA / Viet Nam

NOTE (GENERAL): Aarhus convention; Charter of economic rights and duties of states; UN charter; Convention on biological diversity;ICESCR; Espoo convention; Kyoto protocol; Montreal protocol; Framework convention on climate change; Rio declaration; Stockholm declaration; World charter of nature;

LIBRARY LOCATION: Domvillan

SHELF CODE: Miljörätt

 
25. Bastmeijer, Kees (ed.) : Theory and practice of transboundary environmental impact assessment, 2008
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Theory and practice of transboundary environmental impact assessment / Bastmeijer, Kees (ed.) ; Koivurova, Timo - (Legal aspects of sustainable development ; vol. 1), xxi, 397 p.. - Leiden : Martinus Nijhoff publ., 2008. - ISSN 1875-0923

ISBN 978-90-04-16479-6

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: Chapter 1: Transboundary Environmental Impact Assessment: An Introduction, by Kees Bastmeijer and Timo Koivurova. PART I: TRANSBOUNDARY EIA BETWEEN STATES:. Chapter 2: The Convention on Environmental Impact Assessment in a Transboundary Context, by Wiecher Schrage. Chapter 3 : Environmental Impact Assessment and the Framework Convention for the Protection of the Marine Environment of the Caspian Sea, by Rie Tsutsumi & Kristy Robinson. Chapter 4 : Transboundary Environmental Impact Assessment: The Nordic Environmental Protection Convention, by Timo Koivurova. Chapter 5: Transboundary Environmental Impact Assessment in North America: Obstacles and Opportunities, by Neil Craik. Chapter 6 : Assessment of Transboundary Environmental Impacts in Developing Countries: The Case of Central America, by Marianela Cedeño. PART II: EIA IN INTERNATIONAL AND SHARED AREAS Chapter 7 : Environmental Impact Assessment in the Bay of Bengal Sub Region in South Asia, by Daud Hassan. Chapter 8 : Implementing Guidelines for Environmental Impact Assessment in the Arctic, by Timo Koivurova. Chapter 9 : Environmental Impact Assessment in Antarctica, by Kees Bastmeijer and Ricardo Roura. Chapter 10 : Environmental Impact Assessment and the International Seabed Authority, by Gwénaëlle Le Gurun. Chapter 11 : Environmental Impact Assessment in the Space Sector, by Lotta Viikari. PART III: TRANSBOUNDARY EIA AND FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS : Chapter 12: The World Bank and Environmental Impact Assessment, by Jean-Roger Mercier. Chapter 13 : Implementing the Espoo Convention: An International Financial Institution Perspective, by Elizabeth Smith. Chapter 14 : The Equator Principles: A Voluntary Approach by Bankers, by Leonie Schreve. PART IV: CONCLUSIONS: Chapter 15 : Conclusions: Globalisation of Transboundary Environmental Impact Assessment, by Kees Bastmeijer and Timo Koivurova.

INDEX WORDS:
* Världsbanken = World Bank = Maailmanpankki
* informationsfrihet = freedom of information = informaatiovapaus
* u-länder = developing countries = kehitysmaat
* miljöskydd = environmental protection = ympäristönsuojelu
* EBRD = EBRD = EBRD
* NGO = NGO = NGO
* icke-diskriminering = non-discrimination = syrjintäkielto
* implementering = implementation = toteuttaminen
* globalisering = globalisation = toteuttaminen
* hållbar utveckling = sustainable development = kestävä kehitys
* turism = tourism = turismi
* UNEP = UNEP = UNEP
* UNDP = UNDP = UNDP
* miljörätt = environmental law = ympäristöoikeus
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio

NOTE (GENERAL): Espoo convention; Rio declaration; Nordic environmental protection convention;

LIBRARY LOCATION: Domvillan

SHELF CODE: Miljörätt

URL http://www.brill.nl/default.aspx?partid=210&pid=26104

 
26. Baehr, Peter R. : Non-governmental human rights organizations in international relations, 2009
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Non-governmental human rights organizations in international relations / Baehr, Peter R., x, 199 p.. - New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.

ISBN 978-0-230-20134-7

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: Preface:. Introduction. Legitimacy. Independence. The United Nations. The Promotion of Human Rights: Standard-Setting. The Protection of Human Rights. Non-Governmental Entities. Conclusions. Appendices Notes List of Interviewed Persons Bibliography Index

INDEX WORDS:
* CEDAW Committee = CEDAW Committee = CEDAW Committee
* EU = EU = EU
* internationella brottmålsdomstolen = international criminal court (ICC) = kansainvälinen rikostuomioistuin
* ICJ = ICJ = ICJ
* CAT Committee = CAT Committee = CAT Committee
* WTO = WTO = WTO
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* NGO = NGO = NGO
* barn = children = lapset
* multinationella bolag = transnational corporations (TNC) = monikansalliset yritykset
* folkmord = genocide = kansanmurha
* sanningskommissioner = Truth Commissions = totuuskomissiot

NOTE (GENERAL): UDHR; UN charter; Genocide convention; CEDAW; CAT; Bangkok declaration on human rights;

URL http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?PID=286008

 
27. Fagan, Andrew : Human rights confronting myths and misunderstandings, 2009
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Human rights confronting myths and misunderstandings / Fagan, Andrew, vi, 166 p.. - Cheltenham, UK : Edward Elgar, 2009.

ISBN 978-1-84844-161-3

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: Contents:. Introduction. 1. The Basis and Scope of Human Rights. 2. Human Rights and Law’s Domain. 3. Universalism and ‘the Other’. 4. Globalization, Human Rights and the Modern Nation-State. 5. Democracy and Human Rights. 6. Global Economic Inequalities and Human Rights. 7. Accentuating the Positive References.

INDEX WORDS:
* medborgerliga och politiska rättigheter = civil and political rights = kansalaisoikeudet ja poliittiset oikeudet
* ekonomiska, sociala och kulturella rättigheter = economic, social and cultural rights = TSS-oikeudet
* jämlikhet = equality = tasa-arvo
* folkmord = genocide = kansanmurha
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* ursprungsfolk = indigenous peoples = alkuperäiskansat
* nationalism = nationalism = nationalismi
* WTO = WTO = WTO
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio

NOTE (GENERAL): UDHR; ICCPR; ICESCR;

 
28. Kinley, David (ed.) : Human rights and corporations, 2009
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Human rights and corporations / Kinley, David (ed.) - (The international library of essays on rights), xix, 540 p.. - Aldershot : Ashgate, 2009.

ISBN 978-0-7546-2742-5

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: Contents:. Introduction. PART I: Framing the Relationship:. 1. Human rights and multinationals: is there a problem?, by Peter Muchlinski. 2. The amorality of profit: transnational corporations and human rights, by Beth Stephens. 3. Human rights codes for transnational corporations: what can the Sullivan and MacBride principles tell us?, by Christopher McCrudden. 4. Business and human rights, by David Weissbrodt. 5. Multinational corporations and the ethics of global responsibility: problems and possibilities, by Mahmood Monshipouri, Claude E. Welch Jr and Evan T. Kennedy. 6. Human rights: the emerging norm of corporate social responsibility, by Claire Moore Dickerson. PART II: Conceptual Perspectives:. 7. Protecting human rights in a globalized world, by Dinah Shelton. 8. Corporations and human rights: a theory of legal responsibility, by Steven R. Ratner. 9. Meta-regulation: legal accountability for corporate social responsibility, by Christine Parker. PART III: Practice, Problems and Potential:. 10. The sangam of foreign investment, multinational corporations and human rights: an Indian perspective for a developing Asia, by Surya Deva. 11. The UN human rights norms for corporations: the private implications of public international law, by David Kinley and Rachel Chambers. 12. Engage, embed, and embellish: theory versus practice in the corporate social responsibility movement, by John M. Conley and Cynthia A. Williams. 13. Separating myth from reality about corporate responsibility litigation, by Harold Hongju Koh. 14. The interface between globalisation, corporate responsibility and the legal profession, by Halina Ward.

INDEX WORDS:
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* CSR = CSR = CSR
* multinationella bolag = transnational corporations (TNC) = monikansalliset yritykset
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* statsansvar = obligations of states = valtioiden velvollisuudet
* ILO = ILO = ILO
* miljörätt = environmental law = ympäristöoikeus
* människohandel = trafficking in persons = ihmiskauppa
* NGO = NGO = NGO

NOTE (GENERAL): Genocide convention; Draft code of crimes against the peace and security of mankind; London charter; Nuremberg charter; UN trafficking protocol; ICCPR; Convention concerning the indigenous and tribal peoples in independent countries (ILO convention no. 169); ICESCR;

URL http://www.ashgate.com/default.aspx?page=637&calcTitle=1&title_id=8561&edition_id=10327

 
29. Peters, Anne ... [et al.] : Non-state actors as standards setters, 2009
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Non-state actors as standards setters / Peters, Anne ... [et al.], xx, 587 p.. - Cambridge : Cambridge U. P., 2009.

ISBN 978-0-521-11490-5

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: 1. Non-state actors as standard-setters: framing the issue in an interdisciplinary fashion, by Anne Peters, Lucy Koechlin and Gretta Fenner. PART I. New Actors and Processes in Contemporary Standard-Setting:. 2. Local and regional non-state actors on the margins of public policy in Africa, by Dieter Neubert; 3. Conceptualising the use of public-private partnerships as a regulatory arrangement in critical information infrastructure protection, by Dan Assaf; 4. Standard-setting at the cutting edge: an evidence-based typology for multi-stakeholder initiatives, by Lucy Koechlin and Richard Calland; 5. New standards for and by private military companies?, by Lindsey Cameron; 6. Governance matters VII: aggregate and individual governance indicators 1996–2007, by Daniel Kaufmann, Aart Kraay and Massimo Mastruzzi; 7. Contending with illicit power structures: a typology, by Michael Miklaucic. PART II. The Legitimacy and Accountability of Actors and Standards:. 8. Democratic governance beyond the state: the legitimacy of non-state actors as standard-setters, by Steven Wheatley; 9. Legitimacy, accountability and polycentric regulation: dilemmas, trilemmas and organisational response, by Julia Black; 10. Accountability of transnational actors: is there scope for cross-sector principles?, by Monica Blagescu and Robert Lloyd; 11. Non-state environmental standards as a substitute for state regulation?, by Marcus Schaper; 12. Limiting violence – culture and the constitution of public norms: with a case study from a stateless area, by Till Förster. PART III. The Authority and Effectiveness of Actors and Standards:. 13. Standard-setting for capital movements: reasserting sovereignty over transnational actors?, by Peter Hägel; 14. Certification as a new private global forest governance system: the regulatory potential of the forest stewardship council, by Stéphane Guéneau; 15. Private standards in the north - effective norms for the south?, by Eva Kocher; 16. International corporate social responsibility standards: imposing or imitating business responsibility in Lithuania?, by Egle Svilpaite; 17. Legal pluralism under the influence of globalisation: a case study of child adoption in Tanzania, by Ulrike Wanitzek; 18. Towards non-state actors as effective, legitimate, and accountable standard-setters, by Anne Peters, Till Förster and Lucy Koechlin.

INDEX WORDS:
* non-state actors = non-state actors = non-state actors
* privata militära företag = private military companies = yksityiset sotilas- ja turvallisuusalan yritykset
* legitimitet = legitimacy = legitimiteetti
* barn = children = lapset
* adoption = adoption = adoptio
* CSR = CSR = CSR
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* socialt ansvar = social responsibility = sosiaalinen vastuu
* AIDS = AIDS = AIDS
* väpnade styrkor = armed forces = asevoimat
* inbördeskrig = civil war = sisällissota
* korruption = corruption = korruptio
* ILO = ILO = ILO
* demokrati = democracy = demokratia
* EU = EU = EU
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* humanitär rätt = humanitarian law = humanitaarinen oikeus
* ICRC = ICRC = ICRC
* NGO = NGO = NGO
* migration = migration = siirtolaisuus
* multinationella bolag = transnational corporations (TNC) = monikansalliset yritykset
* krigsfångar = prisoners of war = sotavangit
* självbestämmanderätt = self-determination = itsemääräämisoikeus
* socialskydd = social security = sosiaaliturva
* fackföreningar = trade unions = ammattiyhdistykset
* UNDP = UNDP = UNDP
* UNHCR = UNHCR = UNHCR
* Världsbanken = World Bank = Maailmanpankki
* WTO = WTO = WTO
* IMF = IMF = IMF
* rättsstatsprincip = rule of law = oikeusvaltioperiaate

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Africa / Cameroon / Central Asia / Colombia / Denmark / Estonia / France / Germany / Latin America / Liberia / Mali / Lithuania / Mexico / Nigeria / North America / Russian Federation / Tanzania / United Kingdom / USA / Zanzibar

NOTE (GENERAL): ACHPR; African Union convention; CBD; Geneva conventions; CRC; Ottawa convention; Framework convention on climate change; Palermo convent Tripartite declaration of principles;

URL http://www.cambridge.org/catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=9780521114905

 
30. Ssenyonjo, Manisuli : Economic, social and cultural rights in international law, 2009
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Economic, social and cultural rights in international law / Ssenyonjo, Manisuli, liii, 536 p.. - Oxford : Hart publ., 2009.

ISBN 978-1-84113-915-9

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: Part I: Reinforcing Economic, Social and Cultural Rights:. 1. The International Legal Protection of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. 2. State Obligations under the ICESCR. 3. Non-State Actors and the ICESCR. 4. The Domestic Protection of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. 5. State Reservations to the ICESCR. 6. 6 Women’s Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. PART II: Substantive Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: Selected Examples:. 7. Right to Work and Rights in Work: Articles 6 and 7. 8. The Right to Health: Article 12. 9. The Right to Education: Articles 13 and 14. 10. Conclusion: Towards a World Court of Human Rights.

INDEX WORDS:
* CEDAW Committee = CEDAW Committee = CEDAW Committee
* CESCR Committee = CESCR Committee = CESCR Committee
* ekonomiska, sociala och kulturella rättigheter = economic, social and cultural rights = TSS-oikeudet
* ratificering = ratification = ratifiointi
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* klagomål/besvär = complaints = valitus
* staternas förpliktelser = obligations of states = valtioiden velvollisuudet
* non-state actors = non-state actors = non-state actors
* reservationer = reservations = varaumat
* kvinnor = women = naiset
* rätt till arbete = right to work = oikeus työhön
* icke-diskriminering = non-discrimination = syrjintäkielto
* rätt till lika lön för lika arbete = equal remuneration = oikeus samaan palkkaan samasta työstä
* barnarbete = child labour = lapsityö
* rätt till hälsovård = right to health care = oikeus terveydenhoitoon
* rätt till undervisning = right to education = oikeus opetukseen
* afrikanska kommissionen för människans och folkens rättigheter = African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights = Afrikan ihmisoikeustoimikunta
* CERD Committee = CERD Committee = CERD Committee
* Europeiska kommittén för sociala rättigheter = European Committee of Social Rights (ECSR) = (Euroopan) sosiaalisten oikeuksien komitea
* interamerikanska kommissionen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = Inter-American Commission on Human Rights = Inter-Amerikkalainen ihmisoikeustoimikunta
* ICJ = ICJ = ICJ
* kommittén för de mänskliga rättigheterna = Human Rights Committee = ihmisoikeuskomitea
* internationella tribunalen för krigsförbrytelser = international tribunal on war crimes (ICTY and ICTR) = kansainvälinen sotarikostuomioistuin
* författning/grundlag = constitution = perustuslaki/valtiosääntö

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Argentina / Australia / Bangladesh / Botswana / Benin / Canada / China / Czech Republic / Ecuador / Egypt / France / Gambia / Hungary / Italy / Latvia / Malawi / Malaysia / India / Italy / Mexico / Morocco / Namibia / Nigeria / Pakistan / Portugal / Rwanda / Serbia / Montenegro / Sierra Leone / South Africa / Norway / Sudan / Turkey / Trinidad and Tobago / Uganda / United Kingdom / USA / Venezuela / Zambia / Zimbabwe

NOTE (GENERAL): UDHR; CEDAW; CERD; CAT; ACHPR; CRC; ICESCR; ICESCR-OP; ECHR; ICCPR; Limburg principles; Montreal principles on women's economic, social and cultural rights; Maastricht guidelines on violations of economic, social and cultural rights; EU charter of fundamental rights; Protocol of San Salvador; ADRD; Arab charter on human rights; Banglalore declaration and plan of action; Beijing declaration and platform of action; Cairo declaration on human rights in Islam; Marriage convention; Convention on the nationality of married women; CRC-OP; Refugee convention; Convention relating to the status of stateless persons; CAT; European convention on action against trafficking in human beings; Oviedo convention; DOHA declaration on TRIPS and public health 2001; Genocide convention; Migration workers conventon; Rio declaration; UN declaration onthe right to development; CDE; Slavery convention; Vienna convention on the law of treaties; WHO constitution;

URL http://www.hartpub.co.uk/books/details.asp?isbn=9781841139159

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