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Human rights, state compliance, and social change : assessing national human rights institutions

Human rights, state compliance, and social change : assessing national human rights institutions (Loan 3 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Goodman, Ryan. Pegram, Thomas Innes, 1980-.
Title Statement
Human rights, state compliance, and social change : assessing national human rights institutions / editors Ryan Goodman, Thomas Pegram.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cambridge ;   New York :   Cambridge University Press,   c2012.  
Physical Medium
xii, 351 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
9780521761758 (hardback) 9780521150170 (pbk.)
요약
"This book critically examines the significance of National Human Rights Institutions by collecting work from experts spanning international law, political science, sociology, and human rights practice"--
Content Notes
Machine generated contents note: 1. National human rights institutions, state compliance, and social change Ryan Goodman and Thomas Pegram; Part I. NHRIs in Theory and Reality: 2. National human rights institutions and state compliance Sonia Cardenas; 3. The shifting boundaries of NHRI definition in the international system Linda C. Reif; 4. Evaluating NHRIs: considering structure, mandate, and impact Julie Mertus; Part II. NHRI Performance: Global, Regional, and National Domains: 5. National human rights institutions and the international human rights system Chris Sidoti; 6. National human rights institutions in anglophone Africa: legalism, popular agency, and the "voices of suffering" Obiora Chinedu Okafor; 7. National human rights institutions in the Asia Pacific region: change agents under conditions of uncertainty Catherine Renshaw and Kieren Fitzpatrick; 8. National human rights institutions in Central and Eastern Europe: the ombudsman as agent of international law Richard Carver; 9. National human rights institutions in Latin America: politics and institutionalization Thomas Pegram; Part III. NHRIS and Compliance: Beyond Enforcement: 10. The societalization of horizontal accountability: rights advocacy and the defensor del pueblo de la nación in Argentina Enrique Peruzzotti; 11. Through pressure or persuasion?: explaining compliance with the resolutions of the Bolivian defensor del pueblo Fredrik Uggla; Part IV. Final Reflections: 12. Tainted origins and uncertain outcomes: evaluating NHRIs Peter Rosenblum; 13. National human rights institutions, opportunities, and activism David S. Meyer.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
National human rights institutions. Human rights. International law.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

1. Introduction: national human rights institutions, state conformity, and social change / Ryan Goodman and Thomas Pegram -- Part I. NHRIs in Theory and Reality 2. National human rights institutions and state compliance / Sonia Cardenas -- 3. The shifting boundaries of NHRI definition in the international system / Linda C. Reif -- 4. Evaluating NHRIs: considering structure, mandate, and impact / Julie Mertus -- Part II. NHRI Performance: Global, Regional, and National Domains 5. National human rights institutions and the international human rights system / Chris Sidoti -- 6. National human rights institutions in anglophone Africa: legalism, popular agency, and the "voices of suffering" / Obiora Chinedu Okafor -- 7. National human rights institutions in the Asia Pacific region: change agents under conditions of uncertainty / Catherine Renshaw and Kieren Fitzpatrick -- 8. National human rights institutions in Central and Eastern Europe: the ombudsman as agent of international law / Richard Carver -- 9. National human rights institutions in Latin America: politics and institutionalization / Thomas Pegram -- Part III. NHRIS and Compliance: Beyond Enforcement -- 10. The societalization of horizontal accountability: rights advocacy and the defensor del pueblo de la nación in Argentina / Enrique Peruzzotti -- 11. Through pressure or persuasion?: explaining compliance with the resolutions of the Bolivian defensor del pueblo / Fredrik Uggla -- Part IV. Final Reflections 12. Tainted origins and uncertain outcomes: evaluating NHRIs / Peter Rosenblum -- 13. National human rights institutions, opportunities, and activism / David S. Meyer.

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