Chapter 1: Global narratives/global realities Chapter 2: Theoretical paradigms Chapter 3: International treaties Chapter 4: Regional charters Chapter 5: Human development and human rights Chapter 6: Self-determination, culture and rights: conflicts, challenges and possibilities Chapter 7: India: the "Directive Principles" approach Chapter 8: South Africa: the Bill of Rights approach Chapter 9: The Council of Europe - a blending of categories Chapter 10: The United States of America: federal rejection, state protection.
Intended for use in law school, graduate and undergraduate survey courses as well as seminars on human rights. Notes, questions, and "further reading" suggestions are provided throughout the book to stimulate classroom discussion, debate, and research.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.