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The Resource Myth or Lived Reality : On the (In)Effectiveness of Human Rights, edited by Claire Boost, Andrea Broderick, Fons Coomans, Roland Moerland, (electronic resource)

Myth or Lived Reality : On the (In)Effectiveness of Human Rights, edited by Claire Boost, Andrea Broderick, Fons Coomans, Roland Moerland, (electronic resource)

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Myth or Lived Reality : On the (In)Effectiveness of Human Rights
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Myth or Lived Reality
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On the (In)Effectiveness of Human Rights
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edited by Claire Boost, Andrea Broderick, Fons Coomans, Roland Moerland
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eng
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Chapters How Human Rights Cross-Pollinate and Take Root: Local Governments & Refugees in Turkey by Elif Durmuş and Human Rights Localisation and Individual Agency: From 'Hobby of the Few' to the Few Behind the Hobby by Tihomir Sabchev, Sara Miellet, and Elif Durmuş are available open access under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License via link.springer.com This book seeks to explore, from a multidisciplinary perspective, whether human rights are, in fact, a myth or a lived reality. Over the years much has been said about their effectiveness or, rather, their ineffectiveness. This perceived ineffectiveness relates not only to institutional challenges at the international level, but also to national implementation mechanisms and processes. In addition, questions have arisen as to whether individuals or groups of individuals actually benefit from the normative guarantees contained in human rights law and whether human rights as legal constructs can be effectively translated into better outcomes. This volume can be distinguished from the existing literature by virtue of the fact that it not only brings together scholars at different stages of their careers, but also that it incorporates contributions that adopt different methodological perspectives and cover a variety of topics. The book should prove of great benefit to human rights researchers, human rights practitioners, NGOs and students. Claire Boost is a PhD Candidate at the Department of Criminal Law and Criminology, Maastricht University. Andrea Broderick is an Assistant Professor at the Department of International and European Law, Maastricht University. Fons Coomans is a Professor at the UNESCO Chair in Human Rights and Peace, Department of International and European Law, Maastricht University. Roland Moerland is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Criminal Law and Criminology, Maastricht University.--
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  • Boost, Claire
  • Broderick, Andrea
  • Coomans, Fons
  • Moerland, Roland
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  • Human rights
  • Public international law
  • Constitutional law
  • Public policy
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Myth or Lived Reality : On the (In)Effectiveness of Human Rights, edited by Claire Boost, Andrea Broderick, Fons Coomans, Roland Moerland, (electronic resource)
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https://eui.idm.oclc.org/login?url=https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6265-447-1
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Chapter 1. The (In)Effectiveness of Human Rights: Mapping Existing Research - An Introduction -- Part I. The Effectiveness of International Law: Institutions and Processes -- Chapter 2. Effectiveness of the ICESCR Complaint Mechanism - An Analysis and Discussion of the Spanish Housing Rights Cases -- Chapter 3. Effective Distance: A Polish Dissident's Encounter with Amnesty International and its Western-born Rules -- Part II. The Effectiveness of Human Rights Monitoring and Implementation at the Domestic Level -- Chapter 4. Does the Right to Education Lead to Better Primary Education Outcomes? -- Chapter 5. Paving the Way for Effective Socio-Economic Rights? The Domestic Enforcement of the European Social Charter System in Light of Recent Judicial Practice -- Chapter 6. How Human Rights Cross-Pollinate and Take Root: Local Governments and Refugees in Turkey -- Part III. Human Rights at the Individual Level: Individual Experiences and Key Actors -- Chapter 7. Child Participation as the Holy Grail: Effective and Meaningful Participation in Judicial Proceedings? The Cases of the Immigration System and the Youth Care System in the Netherlands -- Chapter 8. Human Rights Localisation and Individual Agency: From 'Hobby of the Few' to the Few Behind the Hobby -- Annex: Toogdag 2019 Report
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1st ed. 2021.
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9789462654471
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11 illustrations, 8 illustrations in color.
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(OCoLC)1249015876
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Myth or Lived Reality : On the (In)Effectiveness of Human Rights, edited by Claire Boost, Andrea Broderick, Fons Coomans, Roland Moerland, (electronic resource)
Link
https://eui.idm.oclc.org/login?url=https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6265-447-1
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Contents
Chapter 1. The (In)Effectiveness of Human Rights: Mapping Existing Research - An Introduction -- Part I. The Effectiveness of International Law: Institutions and Processes -- Chapter 2. Effectiveness of the ICESCR Complaint Mechanism - An Analysis and Discussion of the Spanish Housing Rights Cases -- Chapter 3. Effective Distance: A Polish Dissident's Encounter with Amnesty International and its Western-born Rules -- Part II. The Effectiveness of Human Rights Monitoring and Implementation at the Domestic Level -- Chapter 4. Does the Right to Education Lead to Better Primary Education Outcomes? -- Chapter 5. Paving the Way for Effective Socio-Economic Rights? The Domestic Enforcement of the European Social Charter System in Light of Recent Judicial Practice -- Chapter 6. How Human Rights Cross-Pollinate and Take Root: Local Governments and Refugees in Turkey -- Part III. Human Rights at the Individual Level: Individual Experiences and Key Actors -- Chapter 7. Child Participation as the Holy Grail: Effective and Meaningful Participation in Judicial Proceedings? The Cases of the Immigration System and the Youth Care System in the Netherlands -- Chapter 8. Human Rights Localisation and Individual Agency: From 'Hobby of the Few' to the Few Behind the Hobby -- Annex: Toogdag 2019 Report
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978-94-6265-447-1
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unknown
Edition
1st ed. 2021.
Extent
1 online resource (XVIII, 227 pages)
File format
multiple file formats
Form of item
  • online
  • electronic
Isbn
9789462654471
Level of compression
uncompressed
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
11 illustrations, 8 illustrations in color.
Quality assurance targets
absent
Reformatting quality
access
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1249015876

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