International Poverty Law

An Emerging Discourse

Lucy Williams

International Poverty Law

Lucy Williams

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256 pages | 5.4375 x 8.5
Paper $44.95 ISBN: 9781842776858 Published January 2006 For sale in North and South America only
Contents
1. Introduction: Toward an Emerging International Poverty Law - Lucy Williams
2. How Can Human Rights Contribute to Poverty Reduction? A Philosophical Assessment of the Human Development Report 2000- Asuncion Lera St. Clair
3. Poverty as a Failure of Entitlement: Do Rights-Based Approaches make Sense? - Bas de Gaay Fortman
4. Biodiversity vs. Biotechnology: An Economic and Environmental Struggle for Life - Margarita Gabriela Prieto-Acosta
5. The Right To Food : The Significance of the United Nations Special Rapporteur - Ahmed Aoued
6. South African Poverty Law: The Role and Influence of International Human Rights Instruments - Marius Olivier and Linda Jansen Van Rensburg
7. Child Labour in India and the International Human Rights Discourse - Debi S. Saini
8. Privatizing Human Rights? The Role of Corporate Codes of Conduct - Aurora Voiculescu
9. Developing Universal Anti-Poverty Regimes: The Role of the United Nations in the Establishment of International Poverty Law - Gabriel Amitsis
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