The Resource Reinventing development? : translating rights-based approaches from theory into practice, Paul Gready and Jonathan Ensor, editors

Reinventing development? : translating rights-based approaches from theory into practice, Paul Gready and Jonathan Ensor, editors

Label
Reinventing development? : translating rights-based approaches from theory into practice
Title
Reinventing development?
Title remainder
translating rights-based approaches from theory into practice
Statement of responsibility
Paul Gready and Jonathan Ensor, editors
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"Reinventing Development? is a valuable pulling together of the field experience and reflection on the many issues raised by the new rights-based approach to development. It concludes that there is the potential not only for human rights to reinvent development, but for development to reinvent human rights."--BOOK JACKET
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
338.91
Index
index present
LC call number
HV544.5
LC item number
.R45 2005
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Reinventing development? : translating rights-based approaches from theory into practice, Paul Gready and Jonathan Ensor, editors
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • zbnus
  • mel
Contents
Introduction / Paul Gready and Jonathan Ensor -- 1. A human rights-based approach to programming / Urban Jonsson -- 2. The experiences of Oxfam International and its affiliates in rights-based programming and campaigning / Marjolein Brouwer, Heather Grady, Valerie Traore and Dereje Wordofa -- 3. The case of CARE International in Rwanda / Andrew Jones -- 4. Rights in practice - assessing the impact of rights-based training in Uganda / Pamela Ashanut Okille -- 5. Using rights to address conflict - a valuable synergy / Ghalib Galant and Michelle Parlevliet -- 6. Combating infant malnutrition - an experience of networking in the social struggle for the human right to food and sustainable nutrition / Marta Antunes and Jorge O. Romano -- 7. Rights, development and democracy : a perspective from India / Supriya Akerkar -- 8. Children's participation, civil rights and power / Joachim Theis and Claire O'Kane -- 9. Reforms that benefit poor people - practical solutions and dilemmas of rights-based approaches to legal and justice reform / Amparo Tomas -- 10. New foundations? : human rights and peace-building in Northern Ireland / Neil Jarman -- 11. Rights-based responses of aid politicization in Afghanistan / Paul O'Brien -- 12. Rights as struggle - towards a more just and humane world / Harsh Mander -- 13. Linking rights and culture - implications for rights-based approaches / Jonathan Ensor -- Conclusion / Olivia Ball
Control code
000026983835
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
314 p.
Isbn
9781842776490
Isbn Type
(limp)
Lccn
2005047358
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.b21591453
System control number
  • lt21591453
  • (OCoLC)59360264

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