|31.||Leckie, Scott (ed.) : Returning home, 2003|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph
Returning home : housing and property restitution rights of refugees and displaced persons / Leckie, Scott (ed.), xx, 433 p.. - Arsley, N.Y. : Transnational publ., 2003.
ABSTRACT: Table of Contents Foreword Theo van Boven Part I Introduction Chapter 1. New Directions in Housing and Property Restitution Scott Leckie Part II Case Studies on Housing and Property Restitution Chapter 2. Musical Chairs: Property Repossession and Return Strategies in Bosnia and Herzegovina Marcus Cox and Madeline Garlick Chapter 3. Property Rights in Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Contribution of the Human Rights Ombudsperson and the Human Rights Chamber Towards their Protection Walpurga Englbrecht Chapter 4. Slow Start on a Long Journey: Land Restitution Issues in East Timor Jean Du Plessis Chapter 5. Property Restitution in Guatemala: A Transnational Dilemma Cecilia Bailliet Chapter 6. Giving and Taking Away: The Difference Between Theory and Practice Regarding Property in Rwanda Lisa Jones Chapter 7. The Housing and Property Directorate in Kosovo Alan Dodson and Veijo Heiskanan Chapter 8. Land Restitution in South Africa Monty J. Roodt Part III Unresolved Restitution Cases Chapter 9. Housing and Property Restitution: The Palestinian Refugee Case Terry Rempel Chapter 10. Housing and Property Restitution in Georgia Zurab Burduli and Anna Dolidze Chapter 11. Housing and Property Restitution in Turkey Jonathan Sugden Chapter 12. Enforcing the Right to Restitution: Legal Strategies for Indigenous Peoples and the Role of International law Bret Thiele Chapter 13. Property Right to Restitution for Internally Displaced Developments in the normative Framework Simon Bagshaw Part IV Conclusions Chapter 14. Identifying Best Practices to Guide Future Housing and Property Restitution Efforts Scott Leckie
NOTE (GENERAL): CERD; ICESCR; CRC; ICCPR;
|32.||Accounting for genocide,|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph
Accounting for genocide /
ABSTRACT: CONTENTS: 1. This Land is Our Land. 2. Unspoken Terror. 3. Waste Lands. 4. The Only Possible Euthanasia. 5. Dreaming of Canada. 6. Duncan Campbell Scott and the Canadian Indian Department. 7. Funding "Citizens Plus". 8. Ecocide and Changing Accountability Relations. 9. Accounting for Resistance. 10. The Fourth World.
GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Canada
NOTE (GENERAL): Canadian charter of rights and freedoms;
|33.||Maybury-Lewis, David : Indigenous peoples, ethnic groups and the state, 2002|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph series
Indigenous peoples, ethnic groups and the state / Maybury-Lewis, David. - 2. ed.. - (Cultural survival studies in ethnicity and chnage series), xiv, 146 p. . - Boston : Allyn and Bacon, 2002.
ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Indigenous Peoples. Genocide in the Americas. Indigenous Peoples: Subordinated and Marginalized. Imperialism and Evolutionary Theory. Ethnocide and its Justifications. Ethnocide: The Counter-Arguments. India: Where Indigenous Is Scheduled. Southeast Asia and Indonesia: Indigenous Peoples and Ethnic Minorities. Africa and the Politics of Tribalism. 2. Ethnic Groups. Uncertain Ethnicity. Large Multiethnic States. Ethnicity within the System. 3. Genocide and Ethnic Cleansing. Rwanda. The Former Yugoslavia. 4. The State. State and Nation. Ideal State and Real States. Ethnicity and the State Reconsidered. Tribalism as Marginality and Metaphor. 5. Different States, Different World.
GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Afghanistan / Argentina / Australia / Belgium / Bolivia / Bosnia-Herzegovina / Brazil / Myanmar / Burundi / Cambodia / Canada / Central America / China / Colombia / Congo / East Timor / Ecuador / El Salvador / Finland / Ghana / Guatemala / Guyana / India / Indonesia / Japan / Mexico / Malaysia / New Zealand / Peru / Portugal / Russian Federation / Rwanda / USSR / Spain / Sweden / Tajikistan / Thailand / Uganda / USA / Uzbekistan / Yugoslavia / Zaire