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  1. This book evaluates how the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, more than 15 years after its coming into force, has furthered children’s rights, and to explore the challenges we still face in realising these rights.
    Paperback
    €110.-
  2. Repairing the Past?

    Publication date: April 4, 2007

    The aim of this book is to stimulate debate on the issue of reparations for gross violations of human rights, in the hope that it will lead to increased visibility for the many deserving groups striving for some form of meaningful recognition or recompense for past injustices visited upon them. The book is eclectic in nature, being made up of contributions by a range of outstanding academics and practitioners from around the world.
    Hardback
    €89.-

  3. Despite the tragic death toll, massive displacement, alleged genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes, the Sudanese conflicts have neither featured in the legal literature nor been mentioned in the practice of international Tribunals. This book aims to rectify this by focusing on the ‘Sudan’s armed conflicts’ as a case study.
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    €67.-
  4. Unravelling Sovereignty

    Publication date: July 2, 2007

    This book questions the continued relevance of sovereignty to determine the nature of legal personality, the capacity to create international law, and the location of authority over territory. These issues are examined in the light of the activities of non-state actors.
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    €49.50

  5. 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.
    Hardback
    €79.-

  6. The emancipation of the young child and the rehabilitation and emancipation of the deprived, exploited, abused and neglected child remain in a legal shadow land. This book intends to explore this shadow land. It introduces the concepts of the Trias pedagogica and Transism in order to shed light on the obligations and responsibilities of states and other actors in the empowerment of children, caregivers and communities.
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    €45.-

  7. This book offers a critical evaluation by leading international experts of the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities and gives to-the-point answers on current questions.
    Hardback
    €66.-

  8. In this book Engh conceptualises the right to food in the light of HIV/AIDS, by identifying States’ obligations, and the required capacity to meet these obligations. The book deals with issues such as authority and mandate, commitment to obligations, access to resources, communication capacity, and capacity to monitor and evaluate. It suggests a set of indicators representing ideal standards of fully-fledged obligations and capacity. These ind...
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    €79.-

  9. 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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    €59.-

  10. The intangible cultural heritage (ICH) of the world’s communities is an inheritance that has been passed down through many generations. Its survival is increasingly threatened by the realities of post-modern society. The common thread in this book is the authors’ belief that regulatory regimes must be designed so that ICH will not only be safeguarded in archives and museums but also in its living form.
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    €75.-
 
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