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Vol 21 No 9 Sept/Oct 2016

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Human Rights and Good Governance

Edited by: Wei Zhang

ISBN13: 9789004308763
Published: March 2016
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £129.00

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This new book series Chinese Perspectives on Human Rights and Good Governance involves various aspects of human rights and good governance in China, including international human rights standards, specific substantive rights protection, good governance and rule of law, as well as constitutionalism, especially in the context of contemporary China.

In the first volume, the invited contributors adopt different disciplinary approaches to look at China not only in its territorial micro constraints but also as a global player in the development of the macro academic study of human rights. Most of them are top scholars and the authors of the main publications that marked milestones in the Chinese academic field of human rights, and are thus capable to comment on the overall themes of the book series.

Other Jurisdictions , China
The Relationship between Rule of Law, Human Rights, Good Governance and Democracy Zhang Wei
Rights-Oriented Ethics in Confucianism Shan Chun
Chinese Good-Governance and Human Rights Protection Li Yunlong & Qian Zhen
Human Rights, Good Governance and Protection of Women against Domestic Violence in ChinaWang Jianling
Research on China’s Partner Assistance Policy and its Improvement in the Post-Disaster Restoration Li Weihai & Sun Xiaolei
Human Rights Defenders and Good Governance Petter F. Wille
Two Models of Judicial Oversight of Good Governance Tom Zwart
Good Governance: Protecting the Most Vulnerable Brian Burdekin Ao
The Right to Good Administration in the Multilevel System of the European Union – A “Newish” Right Strengthening the Administrative Culture Jonas Grimheden & Gabriel N. Toggenburg
People’s Livelihood and Good Law and Governance Zhang Wenxian
The Enforcement of the Constitution and Transformation of Social Governance Patterns Han Dayuan
Human Rights in the Constitutional Law of China in Transition Xu Shuang
Whether the Human Rights Clause of the Chinese Constitution Can Be Interpreted from the International Human Rights Law Perspective? Qu Xiangfei
Balance and Imbalance in Human Rights Law Luo Haocai & Song Gongde
Soft Law, Human Rights and Social Development Liu Huawen
Human Rights Protection and Social Stability Zhang Xiaoling
Human Rights and Overhaul of Civil Procedure 2012 Hao Zuocheng
The Development and Evaluation of “Presumption of Innocence” in China Jiang Tianlong
The Integration and Coordination within the UN Human Rights System and its Challenges to China Sun Meng
Our Common Humanity: Human Rights Values, Principles and Norms in the Construction of a Just and “Harmonious Society” Christophe Peschoux
Democracy or Populism Yu Keping
The Protection and Promotion of Human Rights During (Post-)Conflict Situations: Engaging EU Peacekeepers and NGOS – Lessons for China Matthias Vanhullebusch