Human Rights

Human Rights

  1. Akerly, Brook A., “Universal Human Rights in a World of Difference”, Cambridge University Press, 2008
  2. Akinsulure-Smith Adyinka M. & Amowitz, Lynn L. & Iacopino, Vincent & Lyons, Kristina Hare & Mansaray, Binta & Reis, Chen & Taylor, Louise & Vann, Beth, “Prevalence of War-Related Sexual Violence and Other Human Rights Abuses among Internally Displaced Persons in Sierra Leone”, Journal of American Medical Association, vol.287, no.4 (2002), pp.513-521, in pdf on
  3. Alston, Philip, “The Best Interests Principle: Towards a Reconciliation of Culture and Human Rights”, International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family, vol.8, no.1 (1994), pp.1-25
  4. Appleyard, Reginald (ed.), “The Human Rights of Migrants”, International Migration, vol.38, no.6, Special Issue 3 (2000), in pdf on
  5. Baehr, Peter R., “Non-Governmental Human Rights Organizations in International Relations”, Palgrave Macmillan, 2009
  6. Carleton, David & Stohl, Michael (eds.), “The Foreign Policy of Human Rights: Rhetoric and Reality from Jimmy Carter to Ronald Reagan”, Human Rights Quarterly, vol.7, no.2 (May 1985), pp.205-229
  7. Ci, Jwei, “Taking the Reasons for Human Rights Seriously”, Political Theory, vol.33, no.2 (April 2005), pp.243-265
  8. Clifford, Bob, “The International Struggle for New Human Rights”, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009
  9. Cook, Rebecca, “Human Rights of Women: National and International Perspectives”, University of Pennsylvania Press, 1994
  10. Crush, Jonathan, “The Dark Side of Democracy: Migration, Xenophobia and Human Rights in South Africa”, International Migration, vol.38, no.6 (2001)
  11. D’Amato, Anthony, “The Concept of Human Rights in International Law”, Columbia Law Review, vol.82, no.6 (October 1982), pp.1110-1159, in pdf on
  12. Donnelly, Jack, “International Human Rights”, Westview Press, 2007
  13. Donnelly, Jack, “Universal Human Rights in Theory and Practice”, Cornell University Press, 2003
  14. Dunne, Tim & Wheeler, Nicholas J., “Human Rights in Global Politics”, Cambridge University Press, 2002
  15. Donoho, Douglas Lee, “Relativism versus Universalism in Human Rights: The Search for Meaningful Standards”, Stanford Journal of International Law, vol.27 (1991), pp.345-392
  16. Dorsey, Ellen & Nelson, Paul J., “New Rights Advocacy: Changing Strategies of Development and Human Rights NGOs”, Georgetown University Press, 2008
  17. Eduards, Alice, “Human Rights, Refugees and the Right to Enjoy Asylum”, International Journal of Refugee Law, vol.17, no.2 (2005), pp.293-330
  18. Falk, Richard, A., “Human Rights Horizons: The Pursuit of Justice in a Globalized World”, Routledge, 2000
  19. Fall, Molly Ryan, “Universalism vs. Relativism in Human Rights: Implication for Human Rights Practice”, Human Rights, vol.9 (1997), pp.3-7
  20. Fekete, Liz, “The Deportation Machine: Europe, Asylum and Human Rights”, Institute of Race Relations, vol.47, no.1 (2005), pp.64-91 in pdf on
  21. Forsythe, David P., “Human Rights in International Relations”, Cambridge University Press, 2006
  22. Forsythe, David P., “Human Rights and World Politics”, University of Nebraska Press, 1989
  23. Ghandi, P.R. (ed), “Blackstone’s Statutes – International Human Rights Documents”, Oxford University Press, 2006 [always make sure that you search for the newest edition], contents in pdf on
  24. Gubney, Mark & Loescher, Gil & Steiner, Niklaus (eds.), “Problems of Protection: The UNHCR and Human Rights”, Routledge, 2003
  25. Goodwin-Gill, Guy S., “International Law and Human Rights: Trends Concerning International Migrants and Refugees”, International Migration Review, vol.23, no.3 (Autumn 1989), pp.526-546, in pdf on
  26. Haas, Michael, “International Human Rights”, Routledge, 2008
  27. Hathaway, James C., “Reconceiving Refugee Law as Human Rights Protection”, Journal of Refugee Studies, vol.4, no.2 (1991), pp.113-131
  28. Howard, Rhoda E., “Human Rights and the Search for Community”, Journal of Peace Research, vol.32, no.1 (February 1995), pp.1-8
  29. Koh, Harold Hongju, “How Is International Human Rights Law Enforced?”, Indiana Law Journal, vol.74 (1999), pp.1397-1417, in pdf on
  30. Koh, Harold Hongju, “The “Haiti Paradigm” in United States Human Rights Policy”, Faculty Scholarship Series, paper 2092 (1994), in pdf on
  31. Korey, William, “NGOs and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: A Curious Grapevine”, Palgrave Macmillan, 2001
  32. Lauren, Paul Gordon, “The Evolution of Human Rights: Visions Seen”, University of Pensylvania Press, 2011
  33. Lavenex, Sandra, “The Europeanisation of Refugee Policies: Between Human Rights and Internal Security”, Ashgate, 2001
  34. Loescher, Gilburt & Scandlan, John, “Human Rights, US Foreign Policy, and Haitian Refugees”, Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs, vol.26, no.3 (August 1984), pp.313-356, in pdf on
  35. Lopez, George & Pagnucco, Ron & Smith, Jackie, “Globalizing Human Rights: The Work of Transnational Human Rights NGOs in the 1990s”, Human Rights Quarterly, vol.20, no.2 (May 1998), pp.379-412
  36. Mayer, Ann Elizabeth, “Islam and Human Rights: Tradition and Politics”, Westview Press, 1991
  37. McCormick, James M. & Mitchell, Neil J., “Economic and Political Explanations of Human Rights Violations”, World Politics, vol.40, no.4 (July 1988), in pdf on
  38. Menon, Ganesh C., “Genesis and Role of Non-Governmental Organizations in Protecting Human Rights”, Dominant Publishers and Distributors, 2009
  39. Messer, Ellen, “Anthropology and Human Rights”, Annual Review of Anthropology, vol.22 (1993), pp.221-249, in pdf on
  40. Mollica, Richard F. & Silove, Derrick & Steel, Zachary, “Detention of Asylum Seekers: Assault on Health, Human Rights, and Social Development”, The Lancet, vo.357 (May 2001), pp.1436-1437, in pdf on
  41. Moravcsik, Andrew, “The Origins of Human Rights Regimes: Democratic Delegation in Postwar Europe”, International Organization, vol.54 (2000), pp.217-252, in pdf on
  42. Mutua, Makau, “Savages , Victims, and Saviors: The Metaphor of Human Rights”, Harvard International Law Journal, vol.42, no.1 (Winter 2001), pp.201-246, in pdf on
  43. Orend, Brian Gordon, “Human Rights: Concept and Context”, Broadview Press, 2002
  44. O’Byrne, Darren, “Human Rights: An Introduction”, Pearson Education Limited, 2003
  45. Pogge, Thomas, “World Poverty and Human Rights”, Ethics & International Affairs, vol.19, no.1 (March 2005), pp.1-7, available in pdf on
  46. Pollis, Adamantia P., “Human Rights: New Perspectives, New Realities”, Lynne Rienner, 2000
  47. Reisman, Michael W., “Sovereignty and Human Rights in Contemporary International Law”, The American Journal of International Law, vol.84, no.4 (October 1990), pp.866-876, in pdf on
  48. Renteln, Alison Dundes, “International Human Rights: Universalism versus Relativism”, Sage Publications, 1990
  49. Risse, Thomas & Ropp, Stephen & Sikkink, Kathryn (eds.), “The Power of Human Rights: International Normasand Domestic Change”, Cambridge University Press, 1999
  50. Sikking, Kathryn, “Human Rights, Principled Issue-Networks and Sovereignty in Latin America”, International Organization, vol.47, no.3 (Summer 1993), pp.411-441
  51. Silove, Derrick, “The Psychosocial Effects of Torture, Mass Human Rights Violations, and Refugee Trauma: Toward an Integrated Conceptual Framework”, Journal of Nervous & Mental Disease, vol.187, no.4 (April 1999), pp.200-207
  52. Smagadi, Aphrodite, “A Sourcebook on International Human Rights Materials”, BIICL, 2008
  53. Taran, Patrick A., “Human Rights of Migrants: Challenges of the New Decade”, International Migration, vol.38, no.6 (2001), pp.7-51
  54. Turner, Bryan S., “Outline of a Theory of Human Rights”, Sociology, vol.27, no.3 (August 1993), pp.489-512, in pdf on
  55. Twiss, Sumner B, “History, Human Rights, and Globalization”, The Journal of Religious Ethics, vol.32, no.1 (Spring 2004), pp.39-70
  56. Van Dijk, P & Van Hoof, G.J et al., “Theory and Practice of the European Convention on Human Rights”, Kluwer Law International, 1998
  57. Verdirame, Guglielmo, “Human Rights and Refugees: The Case of Kenya”, Journal of Refugee Studies, vol.12, no.1 (1999), pp.54-77
  58. Vincent, R. J., “Foreign Policy and Human Rights: Issues and Responses”, Cambridge University Press, 2009
  59. Vincent, R. J., “Human Rights and International Relations”, Cambridge University Press, 1986
  60. Welch, Claude Emerson, “NGOs and Human Rights: Promise and Performance”, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2001
  61. Zinnos, Albert A. (ed.), “Human Rights: A Bibliography with Indexes”, Nova Science Publishers, 2007

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