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National human rights action planning

Author: Azadeh Chalabi
Publisher: Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2018.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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Advancing a new general theory of human rights planning and drawing on a content analysis of nine core human rights treaties and a cross-case study of national human rights action plans (NHRAPs) of 53 countries, this volume sets out how these plans should be best developed, implemented, monitored, and how to maximize their effectiveness.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Cross-cultural studies
Additional Physical Format: Print version :
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Azadeh Chalabi
ISBN: 9780192555595 0192555596 9780191861291 0191861294
OCLC Number: 1045426357
Description: 1 online resource (x, 251 pages)
Contents: Cover; National Human Rights Action Planning; Copyright; Dedication; Preface; Table of Contents; Detailed Table of Contents; List of Abbreviations; Introduction; PART I . THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES; 1. Towards a General Theory of Human Rights Planning: Part I; 1. Introduction; 2. An Overview of Planning Theories; 3. Contextual Theory of Human Rights Planning; 3.1. Polity; 3.2. Community; 3.2.1. Structural dimension of social will; 3.2.2. Agential dimension of social will; 3.3. Culture; 3.3.1. Universalism vs particularism; 3.3.2. Individualism vs collectivism; 3.4. Economy; 3.5. Civil society 2. Towards a General Theory of Human Rights Planning: Part II1. Introduction; 2. Origins of the Human Rights-​Based Approach to Development; 2.1. Development as a human right; 2.2. Human development: from needs to rights; 3. Substantive Theory of Human Rights Planning; 3.1. Principle of universality of human rights; 3.2. Principle of inalienability of human rights; 3.3. Principle of indivisibility of human rights; 3.4. Principle of inter-​relatedness of human rights; 3.5. Principle of equality and non-​discrimination; 3.6. Fourfold principle of obligation 4. Procedural Theory of Human Rights Planning4.1. Principle of participation; 4.2. Principle of empowerment; 4.3. Principle of non-​discrimination; 4.4. Principle of accountability; 5. Analytical Theory of Human Rights Planning; 5.1. Interest theory of rights; 5.2. Needs-​based approach to rights; 5.3. Capability approach to rights; 5.4. An integrated account of rights: NIC approach; PART II . DOCTRINAL PERSPECTIVES; 3. Legal Status of NHRAPs in International Human Rights Law; 1. Introduction; 2. The Nature of the Obligation to Adopt a NHRAP 3. The Obligation to Adopt a NHRAP under Core Human Rights Treaties3.1. ICCPR; 3.2. CAT; 3.3. ICERD; 3.4. ICRMW; 3.5. CRC; 3.6. CEDAW; 3.7. ICPPED; 3.8. CRPD; 4. Combination of Obligation of Conduct and of Result; 4. Compliance with the Obligation to Adopt a NHRAP; 1. Introduction; 2. Types of Human Rights Action Plans; 2.1.; 2.2. Rights-​specific action plans; 2.3. National Action Plans on Women, Peace, and Security; 2.4. National Action Plans on Business and Human Rights; 3. Integration of Rights-​Specific Approach and Global Approach; 3.1. Global approach; 3.2. Rights-​specific approach 3.3. Towards an integrated approach4. Appropriate Measures to Implement Human Rights; 4.1. Measure: task or objective?; 4.2. Degree of appropriateness; PART III . EMPIRICAL PERSPECTIVES; 5. A Cross-​Case Analysis of NHRAPs of Fifty-​Three Countries; 1. Introduction; 2. NHRAP Problems in Different Phases; 2.1. Problems in the pre-phase; 2.1.1. Non-compliance problem; 2.1.2. Tardiness problem; 2.2. Problems in the preparatory phase; 2.2.1. Baseline study problem; 2.2.2. Participation problem; 2.3. Problems in the development phase; 2.3.1. Non-correspondence problem
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