1. Article 4(1) UN Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) deals with temporary special (affirmative action) measures aimed at accelerating de facto equality between men and women.
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  2. This volume to reconsider the position of Human Rights in the Netherlands. A number of more or less typically Dutch issues are addressed and discussed from a human rights perspective in an international setting. The central focus is human rights and security.
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  3. The concept of State sovereignty is a fundamental rule of public international law and is firmly laid down in Article 2(1) of the United Nations Charter. The nature of the traditional concept of State sovereignty is changing: its is no longer considered to be absolute. This collection of essays in honour of Cees Flinterman considers the concept of State sovereignty from three different angles.
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  4. This book examines the fate and role of human rights before, during and in the aftermath of violent conflicts. It brings together both scholars and practitioners from different parts of the world and from different disciplines, including law, anthropology, history, conflict studies, development studies and international relations. The roles of international organisations, NGOs, governments, and corporations in realising human rights are discus...
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