|1.||Lund, Christian (ed.) : Development and rights, 1999|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph
Development and rights : negotiating justice in changing societies / Lund, Christian (ed.), 137 p.. - London : Frank Cass, 1999.
ABSTRACT: TABLE OF CONTENTS: Development and rights - tempering universalism and relativism, Christian Lund; on universal morality and the morality of universalism, Zygmunt Bauman; universal rights and the historical context, Per Bauhn; changing African land tenure - reflections on the incapacities of the state, Sally Falk Moore; politics and struggles for access to land - "grants from above" and "squatters" in coastal Kenya, Karuti Kanyinga; past wrongs and gender rights - issues and conflicts in South Africa's land reform, Susie Jacobs; women's human rights and African customary laws - between universalism and relativism - individualism and communitarianism, Anne Hellum; the interplay between collective rights and obligations and individual rights, Rie Odgaard, Agnette Weiss Bentzon; governance as multilateral development bank policy - the cases of the African Development Bank and the Asian Development Bank.
GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Africa / Asia / Bangladesh / Canada / East Africa / Finland / Greenland / India / Indonesia / Japan / Kenya / Latin America / Mozambique / Senegal / South Africa / South Korea / Taiwan / Tanzania / Zimbabwe
NOTE (GENERAL): ACHPR; ICCPR; American declaration of independence;