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  1. The right to land plays a key role in the realisation of a plethora of human rights, Land is however becoming scarce and the poorest sectors of society are deprived of access to land whilst State authorities and foreign investors practise land grabbing.
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  2. The present volume contains papers that range from more general reflections on the theme of denialism and human rights to more specific areas of research that are relevant in terms of denialism such as genocide, children’s rights, the role of (inter)national organisations, penology, and social, economic and cultural rights.
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  3. This second volume contains the results of the empirical research conducted in the five Member States consisting of focus group interviews and observations of recorded interrogations. These country reports are followed by an integrated analysis and a set of guidelines.
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  4. The present volume contains the results of the first part of the research project 'Protecting Young Suspects in Interrogations’: a legal comparative study into existing legal procedural safeguards for juvenile suspects during interrogation in the five selected Member States.
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  5. This book presents a range of cases in which the actions or omissions of States have impact on the enjoyment of human rights outside their national territory, raising the question of whether, and under which conditions, such conduct may engage the international responsibility of the States concerned. When the Maastricht Principles on Extraterritorial Obligations of States in the area of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights were adopted on 28 S...
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  6. As the title suggests, the scope of this volume moves beyond the death penalty. It reflects on punishment from a variety of angles and, additionally, gives some food for thought to the contemporary debate on crime and punishment.
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  7. This book offers the reader a broader view of the human rights approach towards combating corruption - including the arguments of those who oppose this approach - while it also considers how corruption may violate individual civil, political, economic, social and cultural human rights.
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  8. In human rights research little attention tends to be devoted to questions of methodology. This book fills this gap. It identifies criteria to qualify a piece of human rights research as a methodologically sound piece of work It is essential reading for any human rights scholar wishing to critically reflect on the quality of his methods of work.
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  9. The protection of cultural diversity has become an important issue on the agenda of many international organisations and fora. The aim of this book is to discuss, the policy space for national policies for the protection of cultural diversity.
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  10. Human rights tend to focus on the relationship between individual and state: the individual is rights-holder, the state is duty-holder. Children’s rights bring a third player much more in the picture, namely parents. In this volume, child-rearing responsibilities are examined in the light of children’s rights and (other) human rights. All contributions focus in particular on the proposal to introduce an upbringing (or parenting) pledge.
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