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  1. 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.-

  2. Children’s rights and Human development is a new and uncharted domain in human rights and psychology research. This multidisciplinary book is the first to introduce this domain to students and researchers of children’s rights, child development, child maltreatment, family and child studies and related fields. The texts in this book may be used both as background readings and as tasks for group discussion in problem based learning or other edu...
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    €135.-

  3. This book zooms in on various aspects of the interaction between courts in the complex European system of human rights protection. Where courts are faced with a human rights claim, they not only have to examine the validity of that claim, but also need to have a clear understanding of the human rights catalogue that is to be applied, i.e. human rights as guaranteed by the national constitution, human rights as protected under EU law, based or ...
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    €89.-

  4. This book is a comprehensive and easily accessible compilation of the most important legal instruments that pertain to armed conflicts and security threats and which are of use and interest to practitioners and researchers working in the areas of international and European humanitarian and security law. It is the first compendium that methodically compiles all relevant instruments both at the international and the European level.
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    €145.-

  5. In 2009, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights gave a new impetus to the ongoing discussions on the reform of the UN treaty bodies and the modernization of the UN human rights system. This impressive collection of essays is a response to the High Commissioner’s call, which joins initiatives by other stakeholders, from an academic perspective. The book has two parts: one presents reflections on the Treaty Body System and the second on the...
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  6. The Women's Convention Turned 30

    Publication date: October 17, 2012

    The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women is a treaty for all girls and women in this world. After 30 years, the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women is still valid and necessary both in developed and in developing States. This image is clearly conveyed by the authors of this book who represent a wide variety of national and cultural backgrounds, and who have put the im...
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  7. This book provides the most comprehensive overview of the law and jurisprudence of the ad hoc international criminal tribunals and courts, and the International Criminal Court. It also includes relevant jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights and practice of the UN Human Rights Committee.
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    €195.-

  8. This book analyses the case-law of the European Convention on Human Rights with particular reference to the margin of appreciation doctrine and the principle of proportionality.
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    €70.-
  9. World Development Law

    Publication date: January 8, 2001

    The 1986 United Nations Declaration on the right to development declares that the human person is the central subject of development. World Development Law takes this statement as a starting point. To what extent has the branch of international law that deals with North-South relationships changed since 1986? What has been the effect of moving the individual to the centre of the stage in development relationships? Clearly, the relationship bet...
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  10. This book provides an overview of the state of EU migration law in 2014. It explores the meaning of EU legislation on migration in the light of fundamental rights and principles of Union law as explained in leading case-law of the European courts. It is especially aimed at students, but may likewise be useful for practitioners, policy makers or others interested in the legal foundations of migration in Europe.
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