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Economic, Social and Cultural Rights 2nd ed

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ISBN13: 9789041116130
ISBN: 9041116133
Published: May 2001
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

The Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action, adopted in the World Conference on Human Rights in June 1993, reaffirmed the indivisible and interdependent nature of all human rights. Yet, the category of economic, social and cultural rights remains a subject of debate and controversy. The first edition of this book was one of the first comprehensive textbooks on internationally recognized economic, social and cultural rights. While focusing on this category of rights, it also analyzed their relationships to other human rights, civil and political rights in particular. This second, revised edition updates and revises the first, and supplements it with a number of new chapters.

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Acknowledgments. Abbreviations. Contributors. I: Concepts and Principles.
1. Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: A Universal Challenge; A. Eide, A. Rosas.
2. Economic, Social and Cultural Rights as Human Rights; A. Eide.
3. Economic and Social Rights as Legal Rights; M. Scheinin.
4. The Protection of Economic and Social Rights in Domestic Legal Systems; S. Liebenberg.
5. Cultural Rights: A Social Science Perspective; R. Stavenhagen.
6. The Right of Self-Determination; A. Rosas.
7. The Right to Development; A. Rosas. II: Selected Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. II: Selected Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.
8. The Right to an Adequate Standard of Living Including the Right to Food; A. Eide.
9. The Human Right to Adequate Housing; S. Leckie.
10. The Right to Health; B. Toebes.
11. The Right to Property; C. Krause.
12. The Right to Social Security; M. Scheinin.
13. The Right to Work and Rights in Work; K. Drzewicki.
14. The Right to Education; M. Nowak.
15. The Right to Human Rights Education; G. Alfredsson.
16. Cultural Rights as Individual Human Rights; A. Eide.
17. Human Rights and Protection of the Environment; G. Handl. III: Selected Beneficiaries and Situations.
18. Women; K. Frostell, M. Scheinin.
19. Children; T. Hammarberg.
20. Minorities and Indigenous Peoples; A.-C. Bloch.
21. Migrant Workers; J. Niessen.
22. Armed Conflicts; A. Rosas, M. Sandvik-Nylund. IV: Implementation and Realization.
23. Implementation Mechanisms and Remedies; A. Rosas, M. Scheinin.
24. The UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; M. Craven.
25. Technical Cooperation in the Field of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; G. Alfredsson.
26. Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in the External Relations of the European Union; A. Rosas.
27. Protecting Social Rights in the European Union; E. Szyszczak.
28. Internatinal Development Finance Institutions: The World Bank and the International Monetary Fund; S.S. Akermark.
29. Indicators; K. Tomasevski.
30. The Use of Indicators in the Practice of the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; A. Eide.
31. Obstacles and Goals to be Pursued; A. Eide.
32. Multinational Enterprises and Emergent Jurisprudence on Violations of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; C. Scott. Annexes. Bibliography. Table of Treaties. Subject Index.