1. This second volume emphasises implementation issues. It begins with a series of reviews of how different academic disciplines which influence the agenda for development have embraced or rejected human rights dimensions in their scholarly discourse and practical advice to governments. This is followed by concrete examples;
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  2. The right to adequate food is firmly established in international human rights law. It is among those most cited in solemn declarations and most violated in practice. This first of two volumes gives direction for future activities to promote and protect the right to adequate food for all.
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