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Contracting human rights : crisis, accountability, and opportunity

Contracting human rights : crisis, accountability, and opportunity (Loan 1 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Brysk, Alison. Stohl, Michael.
Title Statement
Contracting human rights : crisis, accountability, and opportunity / edited by Alison Brysk, Michael Stohl.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cheltenham, UK :   Edward Elgar Publishing,   c2018.  
Physical Medium
xii, 298 p. ; 24 cm.
Series Statement
Elgar studies in human rights
ISBN
9781788112321
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Human rights. Human rights --Economic aspects.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Contents: Acknowledgments
1. Introduction: contracting human rights / Alison Brysk
Part I Gaps
2. Contracting the refugee regime: the global citizenship gap / Alison Brysk
3. Has the occupation occupied Israel? / Gershon Shafir
4. Expanding extractive industries, contracting indigenous rights? Gains, setbacks and missed opportunities in Latin America / Claire Wright
5. The bottom two billion: the global expansion of urban slums and second-class citizenship / Natasha Bennett
Part II Backlash
6. The human rights costs of NGOs'' naming and shaming campaigns / Clair Apodaca
7. Perils of success: backlash and resistance to LGBT rights in domestic and international politics / Phillip M. Ayoub
8. Human rights and democracy promotion in times of contraction: EU human rights and democratization policies in Egypt / Felipe Gómez Isa
9. From lawless to secret law: the United States, the CIA, and extra-judicial killings / Arturo Jimenez-Bacardi
Part III Accountability
10. Whither accountability? Counterterrorism and human rights at the United Nations Security Council / George Andreopoulos
11. Backlash and international human rights courts / Wayne Sandholtz, Yining Bei, and Kayla Caldwell
12. Retreat or retrenchment? An analysis of the International Criminal Court''s failure to prosecute presidents / Kirsten Ainley
13. Searching for accountability of the private sector: civil liability of corporations for trafficking in human beings for the purpose of labour exploitation in the European context / Julia Planitzer, Nora Katona, Barbara Linder, Karin Lukas
Part IV Opportunities
14. Business and human rights: exploring the limits of an expanding agenda on corporate responsibility / Anne Vestergaard and Michael Etter
15. Digital media and human rights: Loomio, Statistics New Zealand, and gender identity / Cynthia Stohl, Michael Stohl and Shiv Ganesh
16. Beyond global vs. local: Islam, feminism, and women''s rights in Morocco / Jesilyn Faust
17. Contesting the citizenship gap: Advocacy, core rights, and women''s rights reform / Feryal M. Cherif
18. Conclusion
From hope to fear in the millennium: Human rights in an age of backlash / Michael Stohl
Index.

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