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Human Rights in Development Yearbook 2002

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ISBN13: 9789004138759
ISBN: 9004138757
Published: January 2004
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Format: Paperback
Price: £88.00



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The current edition of Human Rights in Development is the fourteenth in the series. Over the years the structure of the yearbook has shifted from that of a journal to a thematic anthology. The theme of this year's volume is ""Empowerment, Participation, Accountability and Non-Discrimination: Operationalising a Human Rights-Based Approach to Development"". The Human Rights in Development Yearbook series takes its starting point in a development perspective and aims to be topical, comprehensive and multidisciplinary, exemplifying the ""cross-fertilisation"" of theoretical and practical approaches. Contributions are sought from researchers and practitioners in both recipient and donor countries. To ensure an increased focus on Southern perspectives the editorial group is in a process of enlargement so as to include representatives from recipient countries.;Human Rights in Development is the result of a joint research project born out of longstanding cooperation between the following research institutes and centres for human rights: the Christian Michelsen Institute, Bergen; the Danish Institute for Human Rights, Copenhagen; the Icelandic Human Rights Center, Reykjavik; the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights, Vienna; the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights, Utrecht; the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, Oslo; the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, Lund; and the Abo Akademi University Institute for Human Rights, Turku/Abo.

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