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National Human Rights Action Planning

ISBN : 9780198822844

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¥12,782
Author: 
Azadeh Chalabi
Pages
272 Pages
Format
Hardcover
Size
156 x 234 mm
Pub date
Jul 2018
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Advancing a new general theory of human rights planning and drawing on a content analysis of nine core human rights treaties and a cross-case study of national human rights action plans (NHRAPs) of 53 countries, this volume sets out how these plans should be best developed, implemented, monitored, and how to maximize their effectiveness.

Index: 

Introduction
I: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES
1 Towards A General Theory of Human Rights Planning: Part I
2 Towards A General Theory of Human Rights Planning: Part II
II: DOCTRINAL PERSPECTIVES
3 Legal Status of NHRAPs in International Human Rights Law
4 State Compliance with the Obligation to Adopt a NHRAP
III: EMPIRICAL PERSPECTIVES
5 A Cross-Case Analysis of NHRAPs of 53 Countries
IV: PRACTICAL PERSPECTIVES
6 A Networked Model of Global Governance for Implementing Human Rights
7 Phases of Human Rights Planning in Practice

About the author: 

Azadeh Chalabi is a Lecturer in the School of Law and Transitional Justice Institute at Ulster University. Her main research interests include national human rights action planning, global networked governance for implementing human rights, business and human rights, the social ontological status of human rights from a critical realist perspective, and legal philosophy.

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