|1.||Aldeeb Abu-Sahlieh, Sami A. : To mutilate in the name of Jehovah or Allah, 1994|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: unpublished document
To mutilate in the name of Jehovah or Allah : legitimization of male and female circumcision / Aldeeb Abu-Sahlieh, Sami A., 42 p.. - St-Sulpice : Sami Aldeeb, 1994.
GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Egypt / Somalia / Bahrain / Qatar / Oman / Ethiopia / France / Israel / Sudan / East Africa / North Africa
NOTE (GENERAL): CRC-24(3);
|2.||Human rights and vulnerable groups, 1998|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: part of monograph series
Human rights and vulnerable groups /
REFERENCE TO GENERIC UNIT: To Baehr in our minds : essays on human rights from the heart of the Netherlands / Bulterman, M. (ed.); Hendriks, A. (ed.); Smith, J. (ed.) - (SIM special ; no. 21), p. 401-522. - Utrecht : SIM, 1998.
ABSTRACT: The articles are:. 1. Universality and women's human rights - an artificial connection?, by Lisette Geldof van Doorn. 2. UN standards and Dutch practice . the rights of disabled people in the Labour Market, by Aart Hendriks. 3. Universality of human rights and gender bias inthe right to work, by Titia Loenen. 4. Seeking refuge for the rights of children : UNHCR and UNICEF and the rights of refugee children, by Mignon Senders. 5. Male circumcision and the rights of the child, by Jacqueline Smith. 6. Post-operative transsexuals and the European Court of Human Rights, by Simone Wijte.
GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Netherlands / United Kingdom
NOTE (GENERAL): CEDAW; Beijing declaration and platform for action; Declaration on the elimination of violence against women; Declaration on the rights of the child; ICCPR-12-26; ECHR-14; ICESCR; UDHR; Refugee convention; ACHPR; Charter on the rights and welfare of the Afrian child;
LIBRARY LOCATION: Folkrätt
SHELF CODE: s SIM special
|3.||Nyaundi, Patricia Mande : Circumcision and the rights of the Kenyan boy-child, 2005|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: part of a serial
Circumcision and the rights of the Kenyan boy-child / Nyaundi, Patricia Mande
REFERENCE TO GENERIC UNIT (Periodica): African human rights law journal : vol. 5; no. 1., p. 171-181. - Lansdowne : JUTA, 2005. - ISSN 1609-073X
GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Kenya
NOTE (GENERAL): CRC; African charter on the rights and welfare of the child;