The Cambridge companion to human rights law /

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Other Authors: Gearty, C. A, Douzinas, Costas, 1951-
Format: Book
Published: Cambridge, U.K. : New York : Cambridge University Press, 2012
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Table of Contents:
  • 'Framing the project' of international human rights law : reflections on the dysfunctional 'family' of the universal declaration / Anna Grear
  • Restoring the 'human' in 'human rights' : personhood and doctrinal innovation in the UN disability convention / Gerard Quinn with Anna Artsein-Kerslake
  • The poverty of (rights) jurisprudence / Costas Douzinas
  • Foundations beyond law / Florian Hoffmann
  • The interdisciplinarity of human rights / Abdullahi A. An-Nacim
  • Atrocity, law, humanity : punishing human rights violators / Gerry Simpson
  • Violence in the name of human rights / Simon Chesterman
  • Reinventing human rights in an era of hyperglobalization : a few wayside remarks / Upendra Baxi
  • Reconstituting the universal : human rights as a regional idea / Chaloka Beyani
  • The embryonic sovereign and the biological citizen : the biopolitics of reproductive rights / Patrick Hanafin
  • Spoils for which victor? Human rights within the democratic state / Conor Gearty
  • Devoluted human rights / Chris Himsworth
  • Does enforcement matter? / Gerd Oberleitner
  • Winners and others : accounting for international law's favourites / Margot E. Salomon
  • Resisting panic : lessons about the role of human rights during the long decade after 9/11 / Martin Scheinin
  • What's in a name? The prohibitions on torture and ill-treatment today / Manfred Nowak
  • Do human rights treaties make enough of a difference? / Samuel Moyn