1. This volume brings together insights and experiences from across the world on the actual and potential role of national human rights institutions with respect to economic, social and cultural rights.
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  2. Over the past decade, EU and national policy-makers alike have paid more attention to childhood poverty and children’s rights. Whether this has led to better policies, and whether these policies have in turn resulted in less childhood poverty and more human dignity, remains debatable. A better understanding of both child poverty and children’s rights could help. This book introduces several approaches in the field of child poverty and children...
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  3. This volume addresses the question whether, in our globalised world, the protection of economic, social and cultural rights in the South has or should become the duty of actors beyond the state.
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  4. Equality is without any doubt one of the central principles of human rights law. Non-discrimination and equality feature prominently in most of the UN core human rights treaties. But do the human rights treaty bodies understand these principles by and large in a similar way?
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  5. The European Court of Human Rights received tens of thousands of applications per year. The answer by the Member States of the Council of Europe to this dramatic development is Protocol No. 14 to the European Convention on Human Rights, signed on 13 May 2004.
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  6. The seven core UN human rights treaties are each supervised by an expert committee. This book is the first to explore whether and to what extent the Committees’ supervisory procedures display similarities and tend to converge.
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