Development as a human right : legal, political, and economic dimensions /

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Corporate Author: Nobel Symposium on the Right to Development and Human Rights in Development Oslo, Norway
Other Authors: Andreassen, Bård-Anders, Marks, Stephen P., 1943-
Format: Conference Proceeding Book
Published: Boston : Cambridge : Harvard School of Public Health, François-Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health and Human Rights ; Distributed by Harvard University Press, 2006
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction / Stephen P. Marks and Bard A. Andreassen
  • pt I. Conceptual underpinnings. Human rights and development / Amartya Sen ; The human right to development / Arjun Sengupta
  • The implications and value added of a rights-based approach / Jakob Kirkemann Hansen and Hans-Otto Sano
  • pt II. Duties and responsibilities. Obligations to implement the right to development: philosophical, political, and legal rationales / Stephen P. Marks ; The right to development and its corresponding obligations / David Beetham ; International human rights obligations in context: structural obstacles and the demands of global justice / Margot E. Salomon ; Development and the human rights responsibilities of non-state actors / Bard A. Andreassen
  • pt III. National realities and challenges. Redesigning the state for "right development" / Yash Ghai ; Making a difference: human rights and development, reflecting on the South African experience / Sandra Liebenberg ; Towards implementing the right to development: a framework for indicators and monitoring methods / Rajeev Malhotra
  • pt IV. International institutions and global processes. Human rights-based development in the age of economic globalization: background and prospects / Asbjørn Eide ; Globalization and the human rights approach to development / Siddiq Osmani ; Advocating the right to development through complaint procedures under human rights treaties / Martin Scheinin ; The role of the international financial institutions in a rights-based approach to the process of development / Sigrun I. Skogly
  • pt V. Conclusions