Human Rights Tectonics. Global Perspectives on Integration and Fragmentation is a collaborative effort of internationally renowned Human Rights experts who analyse the effectiveness of legal protection in a highly fragmented and multilayered Human Rights system.
Bringing together international, European and national perspectives and focusing on selected subject areas such as non-discrimination, accommodation of cultural identity, and socio-economic rights the book examines the difficulties faced by Human Rights lawyers in their day-to-day work. The authors highlight the promises and challenges of an integrated approach of fundamental rights and reveal existing lines of convergence and divergence of human rights in Europe and other jurisdictions. They provide a critical reflection on human rights that will help the reader to understand Human Rights in an era of globalisation.
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