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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. The emancipation of the young child and the rehabilitation and emancipation of the deprived, exploited, abused and neglected child remain in a legal shadow land. This book intends to explore this shadow land. It introduces the concepts of the Trias pedagogica and Transism in order to shed light on the obligations and responsibilities of states and other actors in the empowerment of children, caregivers and communities.
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  5. International human rights law and many domestic legal systems provide for the protection of economic and social rights, such as the right to health, housing, food and labour-related rights.
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  6. In this book, State responsibility for violations of citizens’ rights is assumed, based on human rights standards and case law, also of human rights bodies.
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  7. The growing influence of globalisation, the marked increase in world trade and the perceived necessity of improving their competitiveness in the world trade arena has led countries to reduce State intervention in the economy in order to allow the free market to operate. The privatisation of State provided services and functions and of State owned enterprises fits within such a strategy. Debates on the effects of privatisation have been on-goi...
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  8. Article 4(1) UN Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) deals with temporary special (affirmative action) measures aimed at accelerating de facto equality between men and women.
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