Download PDF by Barbara Oomen: Rights for Others: The Slow Home-Coming of Human Rights in

By Barbara Oomen

ISBN-10: 110704183X

ISBN-13: 9781107041837

Rights for Others is an empirical examine of what occurs whilst overseas human rights are utilized locally within the Netherlands. It tracks fresh debates in Dutch society on citizenship and the rights of immigrants, and analyses the shift from the conception of human rights as a 'foreign coverage quandary' to the sluggish tactics of homecoming in what has normally been a left-wing society, yet now comprises many extra right-wing political events. Adopting an interdisciplinary procedure, Oomen combines insights from legislations, sociology and anthropology to give an explanation for how rights achieve importance in framing social and political discussions. The ebook presents complete assurance on appropriate constitutional legislation, criminal tradition and rights cognizance in addition to discussing case fabric on human rights schooling, polarization, socio-economic rights, household violence and the rights of minorities. this can be a useful contribution to the worldwide fields of human rights and socio-legal experiences for students and researchers.

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