Chinese perspectives on human rights and good governance ; 1. Human Rights and Humanitarian Law E-Books Online, Collection 2016, ISBN ; 9789004303898.
The Chinese Perspectives on Human Rights and Good Governance series reviews various aspects of human rights and good governance in China, including international human rights standards, specific substantive rights protection and rule of law, as well as constitutionalism, especially in the context of contemporary China. Its aim is to stimulate discussion on these and related topics, with a focus on international standards whenever these are applicable and relevant to China. In this first volume in the series, the contributors adopt different disciplinary approaches to look at China both in the context of its internal constraints and as a global player in the overall development of human rights. Where is China headed in the near future? Does Chinese culture stand in contradiction to human rights? Is the rule of law alien to Chinese society? Can China move ahead without political reforms? In this thought-provoking volume, leading Chinese and Western scholars offer analysis of these issues, also with reference to Chinese history and contemporary culture.
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Preliminary Material / Zhang Wei The Relationship between Rule of Law, Human Rights, Good Governance and Democracy / Zhang Wei Rights-Oriented Ethics in Confucianism / Shan Chun Chinese Good Governance and Human Rights Protection / Li Yunlong and Qian Zhen Human Rights, Good Governance and Protection of Women against Domestic Violence in China / Wang Jianling Research on China's Partner Assistance Policy and Its Improvement in the Post-Disaster Restoration / Li Weihai and Sun Xiaolei Human Rights Defenders and Good Governance / Petter F. Wille Two Models of Judicial Oversight of Good Governance / Tom Zwart Good Governance: Protecting the Most Vulnerable / Brian Burdekin AO The Right to Good Administration in the Multilevel System of the European Union-A "Newish" Right Strengthening the Administrative Culture / Jonas Grimheden and Gabriel N. Toggenburg People's Livelihood Depends on Good Law and Governance / Zhang Wenxian The Enforcement of the Constitution and Transformation of Social Governance Patterns / Han Dayuan Human Rights in the Constitutional Law of China in Transition / Xu Shuang Can the Human Rights Clause of the Chinese Constitution be Interpreted from the International Human Rights Law Perspective? / Qu Xiangfei Balance and Imbalance in Human Rights Law / Luo Haocai and Song Gongde Soft Law, Human Rights and Social Development / Liu Huawen Human Rights Protection and Social Stability / Zhang Xiaoling Human Rights and the Overhaul of Civil Procedure 2012 / Hao Zuocheng The Development and Evaluation of "Presumption of Innocence" in China / Jiang Tianlong Integration and Coordination within the un Human Rights System and Its Challenges to China / Sun Meng Our Common Humanity: Reflections of a Human Practitioner / Christophe Peschoux Democracy or Populism / Yu Keping The Protection and Promotion of Human Rights during (Post-) Conflict Situations: Engaging eu Peacekeepers and >ngos-Lessons for China / Matthias Vanhullebusch Index / Zhang Wei.
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Print version: Human rights and good governance Leiden ; Boston : Brill Nijhoff, 2016