International studies in human rights ; 122. Human Rights and Humanitarian Law E-Books Online, Collection 2017, ISBN ; 9789004328037.
What is the role of ethno-cultural groups in human rights discourse? Under international human rights law, standards are unclear and ambivalent, while traditional analyses have often failed to elucidate and unpack the conceptual, legal, and policy complexities involved. In Ethno-Cultural Diversity and Human Rights , prominent experts chart new territory by addressing contested dimensions of the field. They include the impact of collective interests on rights discourse and nation-building, international law's responses to group demands for decision-making authority, and concerns for immigration, intersectionality, and peacebuilding. Drawing from diverse scholarship in international law, legal and moral philosophy, and political science, this volume will be essential reading for scholars and practitioners of human rights, diversity, and conflict management.
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Introduction: The Unpacking of Ethno-Cultural Diversity / Gaetano Pentassuglia Ethno-Cultural Diversity and Collective Interests Collective and Group-Specific: Can the Rights of Ethno-Cultural Minorities be Human Rights? / Peter Jones Why Majority Rights Matter in the Context of Ethno-Cultural Diversity: The Interlinkage of Minority Rights, Indigenous Rights, and Majority Rights / Dwight Newman The Liberal Democratic Deficit in Minority Representation: The Case of Spain / Lucía Payero-López and Ephraim Nimni Ethno-Cultural Diversity and the International Legal System Do Human Rights Have Anything to Say about Group Autonomy? / Gaetano Pentassuglia International Law, Ethno-Cultural Diversity and Indigenous Peoples' Rights: A Postcolonial Approach / Felipe Gómez Isa Indigenous Peoples and Intergenerational Equity as an Emerging Aspect of Ethno-Cultural Diversity in International Law / Malgosia Fitzmaurice Ethno-Cultural Diversity, Migration, and Intersectionality Ethno-Cultural Diversity and Human Rights in an Era of Mass Migration: Human Rights Issues in the Balance between Separate Provision and Integration for Settled Immigrant Communities / Tom Hadden Minorities-within-Minorities Frameworks, Intersectionality and Human Rights: Overlapping Concerns or Ships Passing in the Night? / Dolores Morondo Taramundi Ethno-Cultural Diversity, Conflict, and Peacebuilding Ethno-Cultural Diversity and Conflict: What Contribution Can Group Rights Make? / Chris Chapman The Post-Conflict Security Dilemma and the Incorporation of Ethno-Cultural Diversity / Padraig McAuliffe.
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Print version: Ethno-Cultural Diversity and Human Rights: Challenges and Critiques Leiden, Boston : Brill | Nijhoff, 2018,