|1.||Meulders-Klein, Marie-Therese (ed.) : Biomedicine, the family and human rights, 2002|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph series
Biomedicine, the family and human rights / Meulders-Klein, Marie-Therese (ed.) ; Deech, Ruth ; Vlaardingerbroek, Paul, xii, 638 p.. - Hague : Kluwer Law, 2002.
LANGUAGE: ENG, FRE
ABSTRACT: Preface, by Petar Sarcevic. PART ONE - THE GENERAL FRAMEWORK: 1. The European Convention on Human Rights and Biomedicine, and its Protocols; P. Zilgalvis. 2. Biomedicine, the Family and Human Rights: Progress and Achievements in Biotechnology, by Chr. Gosden. 3. Biomedecine, famille & droits de l'homme. "Aspects anthropologiques, philosophiques et ethiques", by L. Assier-Andrieu. 4. La dimension psychologique dans les techniques d'assistance, O. Bourguignon. PART TWO - NATIONAL REPORTS: Genetics and Artificial Procreation. SECTION I: Common Law Jurisdictions. 1. Genetics and Artificial Procreation in the USA, by C. Schneider, L. Wardle. 2. Genetics and Artificial Procreation in Canada, by B.M. Dickens. 3. Genetics and Artificial Procreation in Australia, by L. Skene. 4. Genetics and Artificial Procreation in New Zealand, by K. Daniels. SECTION II: Roman Law Jurisdiction: 1. Genetique et procreation assistee en France, by D. Vigneau. 2. Genetique et procreation assistee en Belgique: etat du droit et des pratiques, by N. Denies. 3. Genetique et proceations assistées en Espagne, by J. Hualde-Sanchez, I. Alcorta Idiaquez. 4. Genetics and Artificial Procreation in Italy, by M.D. Panforti, M. Serio. 5. Les procreations mdicalement assistees au Bresil: etat des questions, par E. de Oliveira Leite. 6. Genetics and Artificial Procreation in the Netherlands, by F.C.B. van Wijnen, et al. III: GERMANIC AND RUSSIAN JURISDICTIONS:. 1. Genetique et procreation assisteees en republique federale d'Allemagne, par F. Furkel. 2. Genetique et procreation assisteee en Suisse, par P. Meier. 3. Genetics and Artificial Procreation in Austria, by M. Stormann. 4. Genetics Artificial Procreation in Russia, by O.A. Khazova. PART THREE - GENERAL REPORT:. SECTION I: GENETICS. 1. Genetics and Common Law, by B.M. Knoppers. 2. Genetique, famille et droits de l'homme dans les pays romanistes, par B. Feullet-le Mintier. 3. Rapport regional - Pays germaniques et Russie, by O. Guillod. 4. The use of biotechnology in medicine with particular regard to questions in family law, by J.M. Halvorsen. II: ARTIFICAL REPRODUCTION:. 1. Assisted Conception in Common Law Jurisdictions, by D. Morgan, R. Lee. 2. Procreation artificielle dans les pays romanistes, by J. Pousson-Petit. 3. Artificial Reproductive Technology General Report on the Law of the Germanic Countries, by B. Verschaegen. 4. Artificial Procreation in the Nordic Countries, by L. Nielsen. PART FOUR _- JUDICIAL PERSPECTIVE:. 1. Losing control? - some case, by R. Deech. 2. Tourisme procreatif et droit communautaire europeen des changes: Le cas Blood, by J.-S. Berge. 3. Biomedicine, the Family and Human Rights: The juridical perspective, by J. Wilson. GENERAL CONCLUSIONS:. 1. Biomedicine, the Family and Human Rights: the Same Ethics for all?, by M.T. Meulders-Klein.
NOTE (GENERAL): EC treaty; ECHR; ToA;
|2.||Albertson Fineman, Martha (ed.) : Vulnerability, 2013|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph
Vulnerability : reflections on a new ethical foundation for law and politics / Albertson Fineman, Martha (ed.) ; Grear, Fineman - (Gender in law, culture and society), ix, 223 p.. - Farnham : Ashgate, 2013.
ABSTRACT: Contents:. Introduction: vulnerability as heuristic - an invitation to future exploration, by Martha Albertson Fineman and Anna Grear. 1. Equality, autonomy, and the vulnerable subject in law and politics, by Martha Albertson Fineman. 2. Kierkegaard and vulnerability, by Alison Assiter. 3. Vulnerability, advanced global capitalism and co-symptomatic injustice: locating the vulnerable subject, by Anna Grear. 4. Vulnerability and the liberal order, by Sean Coyle. 5. More than utopia, by Morgan Cloud. 6. After the storm: the vulnerability and resilience of locally owned business, by Susan S. Kuo and Benjamin Means. 7. Housing the vulnerable subject: the English context, by Helen Carr. 8. Assisted reproductive technology provision and the vulnerability thesis: from the UK to the global market, by Rachel Anne Fenton. 9. A quiet revolution: vulnerability in the European Court of Human Rights, by Alexandra Timmer. 10. Animals as vulnerable subjects: beyond interest-convergence, hierarchy, and property, by Ani B. Satz. Index.
NOTE (GENERAL): UDHR; ECHR;
|3.||Sutherland, Elaine E. (ed.) : Implementing Article 3 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, 2018|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph
Implementing Article 3 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child : best interests, welfare and well-being / Sutherland, Elaine E. (ed.) ; Barnes Macfarlane, Lesley-Anne (ed.), xxii, 426 p. - Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2018. - ISSN 978-1-316-61087-9
ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Elaine E. Sutherland: Article 3 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child: the challenges of vagueness and priorities. 2. Ursula Kilkelly: The best interests of the child: a gateway to children's rights? 3. Janys M. Scott: Conflict between human rights and best interests of children: myth or reality?. 4. Mark Henaghan: Final appeal courts and Article 3 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child: what do the best interests of the particular child have to do with it?. 5. John Eekelaar: Two dimensions of the best interests principle: decisions about children and decisions affecting children. 6. Nancy E. Dowd: A developmental equality model for the best interests of children. 7. Alison Cleland: A long lesson in humility? The inability of child care law to promote the well-being of children. 8. Lesley-Anne Barnes Macfarlane: Serving best interests in 'known biological father disputes' in the United Kingdom. 9. Kenneth Mck. Norris: Surrogacy in the United Kingdom: an inappropriate application of the welfare principle. 10. Trynie Boezaart: Baby switching: what is best for the baby?. 11. Brian Sloan: Primacy, paramountcy and adoption in England and Scotland. 12. Richard W. Whitecross: Article 3 and adoption in and from India and Nepal. 13. Nicholas Bala: Canada's controversy over best interests and post-separation parenting. 14. D. Kelly Weisberg: In harm's way: the evolving role of domestic violence in the best interests analysis. 15. Linda D. Elrod: The best interests of the child when there is conflict about contact. 16. Nicola Taylor: Relocation disputes following parental separation: determining the best interests of the child. 17. Claire Mcdiarmid: Making best interests significant for children who offend: a Scottish perspective. 18. Ioana Cismas: The child's best interests and religion: a case study of the Holy See's best interest obligations and clerical child sexual abuse. 19. Judy Cashmore: 'Best interests' in care proceedings: law, policy and practice. 20. Marit Skivenes and Karl-Harald Soevig: Judicial discretion and the child's best interests: the European Court of Human Rights and adoptions in child protection cases.
GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Australia / Canada / India / Nepal / South Africa / United Kingdom / USA
NOTE (GENERAL): CRC