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Routledge global institutions series
The relationship between human rights and justice is significant, deep, and ultimately contested. The two terms themselves ? human rights and justice ? have experienced both conceptual and operational pushback from many quarters in recent years.
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Cover; Half Title; Title page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; List of tables; List of contributors; Abbreviations; Introduction; Why human rights and justice?; Engaging a complexity of perspectives on human rights and justice; About this book; Notes; 1. What kind of justice for human rights?; Justice and human rights; Kinds of justice; Human rights and their fit with forms of justice; Forms of justice in action; Conclusion; Notes; 2. Freeing human rights from the requirement of moral feasibility; Moral feasibility; Freeing human rights from the moral feasibility requirement; Conclusion AcknowledgementsNotes; 3. Conflating human rights and economic justice a genealogy of the right to development; Background; The Ganji reports (1969-1974); The "right to development" train jumps the tracks: 1974-1977; The right to development resurrected; 1977: the watershed; Conclusion: rights and justice; Notes; 4. Accessing justice? India's Right to Education Act; Right to education or right to learn?; Right to education: ICESCR Article 13 and CRC Articles 28 and 29; India's Right to Education Act in historical perspective Accessing justice? the social life of the RtE Act from above and below33Conclusion: "it shakes up the ground"; Notes; 5. Responsibility for climate justice: A human rights approach to global responsibility for environmental change and impact; A human rights view of climate change injustice; A human rights theory of responsibility for climate change; Taking on the climate change versus justice debate; Notes; 6. Between rights and resilience: Struggles over understanding climate change and human mobility; Human rights, climate change, and human mobility Complexity, climate change, and human mobilityChallenges for a human rights-based approach; Alternative narratives for understanding climate change and human mobility; Entry points for human rights to the discourse; Conclusion; Notes; 7. A responsibility to protect: Seeking justice for cultural heritage; From human rights to justice; Justice and cultural heritage; Distributive justice; Retributive justice; Restorative justice/restitution; Justice as recognition; Conclusion; Notes; Index
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