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Encyclopedia of human rights : volume 2 : Democracy promotion - John Humphrey / Forsythe, David P. (ed. in Chief), 506 p.. - Oxford : Oxford U. P., 2009.
ABSTRACT: ARTICLES:. 1. Democracy promotion, by Peter Burnell. 2. Democratic Republic of Congo, by Emi zet F. Kisangani. 3. Right to development, by William F. Felice. 4. Disability rights overview, by Aart Hendriks and Maria Ventegodt Liisberg. 5. Disability rights:convention on the rights of persons with disabilities, by Arlene S. Kanter. 6. Discrimination and older persons, by David Weissbrodt. 7. Doctors without borders, by Katherine Derderian, Gorik Ooms and Liesbeth Schockaert. 8. Due process, rule of law and habeas corpus, by David Weissbrodt. 9. Henry Dunant, by Francois Bugnion. 10. East Asian values, by Ian Neary. 11. Shirin Ebadi, by Mahmood Monshipouri. 12. Economic sanctions, by George A. Lopez. 13. Economic, social and cultural rights, by Barbara Stark. 14. Right to education and human rights education, by Richard Pierre Claude. 15. Egypt from Nasser to the present, by Riccardo Rossano. 16. Emergency situations, by Rodrigo Labardini. 17. Martin Ennals, by Hans Thoolen. 18. Environment, by Svitlana Kravchenko. 19. Eritrea, by Dan Connell. 20. Ethiopia, by Siegfried Pausewang and Günther Schröder. 21. Ethnic cleansing, by jennifer Jackson Preece. 22. European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, by Alastair McAuley. 23. European convention on human rights and fundamental freedoms (Council of Europe), by Donald W. Jackson. 24. European social charter, by Robin Churchill. 25. European Union, by Frederic Mégret. 26. European Union charter of fundamental rights, by Mielle Bulterman. 27. Female genital mutilation and female genital cutting, by Hope Lewis. 28. Film, by Carolyn Patty Blum and Alicia Blum-Ross. 29. Right to food and adequate standard of living, by George Kent. 30. Foreign policy, by Peter R. Baehr. 31. Forensic science, by Melissa Connor. 32. Foundations and human rights, by Mona Younis. 33. La francophone, by Emmanuel Decaux. 34. Arvonne Fraser, by David Weissbrodt. 35. Donald Fraser, by David Weissbrodt. 36. Freedom house, by Leonard R. Sussman. 37. French revolution, by Jennifer Ngaire Heuer. 38. Gender violence, by Sally Engle Merry. 39. Genocide, by William A. Schabas. 40. German unification, by Wolfgang S. Heinz. 41. Global justice and human rights, by Saladin Meckled-Garcia. 42. Globalization, by Rhoda E. Howard-Hassmann. 43. Richard J. Goldstone, by Kathleen A. Cavanaugh. 44. Mikhail Gorbachev, by Neil Robinson. 45. Guatemala, by Roddy Brett. 46. Haiti, by Mike Levy. 47. Vaclan havel, by James F. Pontuso. 48. Right to health and health care, by Brigit Toebes. 49. Helsinki accord and CSCE/OSCE, by Patrice C. McMahon. 50. Hinduism, by Jack Donnelly. 51. History of human rights, by Paul Gordon Lauren. 52. Adolf Hitler, by Gerhard L. Weinberg. 53. Holocaust, by Deborah E. Lipstadt. 54. Hong Kong, by Linda J. Butenhoff. 55. Right to housing and shelter, by Giulia Paglione. 56. Housing rights:norms and implementation, by Bret Thiele. 57. Humanitarian intervention : overview, by Eric A. Heinze. 58. Humanitarian intervention:policy making, by Fred Grünfeld. 59. Humanitarian law, by Hans-Peter Gasser. 60. Human rights first, by Anne Travers. 61. Human Rights Watch, by Claude E. Welch. 62. Human security, by Gerd Oberleitner. 63. Human trafficking, by Howard B. Tolley. 64. John Humphrey, by John Hobbins.
NOTE (GENERAL): UDHR; ICCPR; ICESCR; Declaration on the right to development; UN charter; CRPD; ACHPR; CEDAW; CERD; CRC; Geneva conventions; ECHR;
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