Encyclopedia of Human Rights (13 Volume Set)

Caleb Brock (Editor)
Angelina Reed (Editor)

Series: Human Rights: Contemporary Issues and Perspectives
BISAC: SOC026000

Clear

$1,750.00

eBook

Digitally watermarked, DRM-free.
Immediate eBook download after purchase.

Product price
Additional options total:
Order total:

Quantity:

Details

The Encyclopedia of Human Rights organizes researchers from around the world in human rights and related disciplines and maintains an up-to-date reference work for readers worldwide.
(Imprint: Nova)

Chapter 1. The United Nations as an Organization, Human Rights and the Role of the Hellenic Association of the United Nations

Chapter 2. Human Rights Actions of the University of Ioannina

Chapter 3. Child Rights in a Europe Experiencing Recession: Health, Education, Disability and Social Protection

Chapter 4. Children’s Rights and Child Protection in Greece

Chapter 5. European Lullabies: An Intercultural Human Rights Education Programme

Chapter 6. The Role of Education in Human Rights

Chapter 7. Children’s Rights in Janusz Korczak’s Pedagogy of Respect

Chapter 8. Human Rights and Universality: Cultural and Economic Barriers of a Western Utopia

Chapter 9. Human Rights in Children’s Books as Words and as Thoughts: Language to Respect Humanity in Everyday Life through Experiential Teaching Process Applications

Chapter 10. A Social Pedagogical Intervention Model (SPIM4ReSt): A Human Rights Education Model for Refugee Children and Families

Chapter 11. A Human Rights Approach Linking Socioeconomic Disadvantage to Positive Developmental Outcomes in Children in Times of an Economic Crisis in Greece

Chapter 12. Raised in Greece by Albanian Parents: Rights and Lack of Rights from the Point of View of Second-Generation Students

Chapter 13. Nostalgia: The Right to Life for Elderly People

Chapter 14. Inclusive Education and Disabled Pupils in Greek Schools: Promoting Human Rights or a New Form of Exclusion?

Chapter 15. Human Rights and People with Disabilities: A Counterpoint

Chapter 16. The Slogans of the “Indignants” Movement in Greece: A Critical Reading

Chapter 17. “Theatre, the Archetypal Art of Memory and Nostos and Its Sociopolitical Content as the Cultural Vehicle towards Human Identity and Communion-Innovatory Approaches on Human Attitude and Rights through Dramatic Art’’

Chapter 18. Traditional Dance as a Teaching, Methodological and Intercultural Approach to Physical Education to Promote and Promote Respect for Human Rights

Chapter 19. Music as a Human Right - Music Education for Human Rights

Chapter 20. ''The Art of Rights'': Educational Approaches

Chapter 21. When the Preservation of Human Life Threatens the Right to Life: Munus Regendi Meets Subsidiarity in Medical Practice: Is There an Ethical Process to Resolve the Irresolvable?

Chapter 22. How Responses to Violence against Women Perpetuate Notions of Inequality

Chapter 23. Jurist-Biblical Perspective of Jesus’ and Saro-Wiwa’s Trials: The Challenges of Human Rights Violations in Niger Delta, Nigeria

Chapter 24. Gender Asymmetry and Human Rights in Cameroon

Chapter 25. How Dialectical Spirituality Influences the Perception and Pursuit of Human Rights in Africa

Chapter 26. Human Rights in EU Trade Policy: Between Ambition and Reality

Chapter 27. 2011 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices: Introduction

Chapter 28. 2011 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices: Belarus

Volume 2

Chapter 29. 2011 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices: Russia

Chapter 30. 2011 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices: Ukraine

Chapter 31. 2011 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices: Afghanistan

Chapter 32. 2011 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices: Pakistan

Chapter 33. 2011 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices: Iran

Chapter 34. 2011 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices: Iraq

Chapter 35. 2011 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices: Algeria

Chapter 36. 2011 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices: Egypt

Volume 3

Chapter 37. 2011 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices: Libya

Chapter 38. 2011 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices: Syria

Chapter 39. 2011 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices: Tunisia

Chapter 40. Brazil 2012 Human Rights Report

Chapter 41. Brazil 2012 International Religious Freedom Report

Chapter 42. Cuba 2012 Human Rights Report

Chapter 43. Cuba 2012 International Religious Freedom Report

Chapter 44. Mexico 2012 Human Rights Report

Chapter 45. Mexico 2012 International Religious Freedom Report

Chapter 46. 2011 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices: China

Chapter 47. 2011 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices: Tibet

Chapter 48. 2011 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices: Hong Kong

Chapter 49. 2011 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices: Macau

Chapter 50. Russia 2012 Human Rights Report

Volume 4

Chapter 51. Russia 2012 International Religious Freedom Report

Chapter 52. Annual Report of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom: Russia

Chapter 53. Russia: Unruly State of Law

Chapter 54. U.S.-China Diplomacy Over Chinese Legal Advocate Chen Guangcheng

Chapter 55. China, Internet Freedom, and U.S. Policy

Chapter 56. Human Rights in China and U.S. Policy: Issues for the 113th Congress

Chapter 57. Refugee Admissions and Resettlement Policy

Chapter 58. U.S. Refugee Resettlement Assistance

Chapter 59. Refugee Resettlement: Greater Consultation with Community Stakeholders Could Strengthen Program

Chapter 60. How I Became an Offender and What I Did to Remove this Label

Volume 5

Chapter 61. A Human Rights Vision of Restorative Justice: Moving Beyond Labels

Chapter 62. Restorative Justice and the Blurring Between Reparation and Rehabilitation

Chapter 63. How Restorative Justice can Enable an Interdisciplinary Response to the Perceived Needs of Victims and Children who Offend

Chapter 64. ''Design for Empathy'' – Exploring the Potential of Participatory Design for Fostering Restorative Values and Contributing to Restorative Process

Chapter 65. Empathy and Emotional Awareness: An Interdisciplinary Perspective

Chapter 66. Applying affect Script Psychology to Restorative Justice: How Can the Theory Inform the Practice?

Chapter 67. Restorative Justice and Student Development in Higher Education: Expanding ‘Offender’ Horizons Beyond Punishment and Rehabilitation to Community Engagement and Personal Growth

Chapter 68. A Local Volunteer Restorative Justice Model for Adolescents at Risk: Bridging the Court, Mental Health, and Public School Systems

Chapter 69. Shame Affect in Intimate Partner Violence: Implications for Restorative Justice

Chapter 70. Breaking the Mould: Dealing with “Group Offenders” and Riots Through Restorative Justice

Chapter 71. Preventing School Bullying through the use of Empathy: Let’s Stop Bullying without Focusing on Offender Discipline and Treatment

Chapter 72. The Alternatives to Violence Project: Using Positive Criminology as a Framework for Understanding Rehabilitation and Reintegration

Chapter 73. Prospects of Family Group Conferencing with Youth Sex Offenders and their Victims in South Africa

Chapter 74. Building the Restorative City

Chapter 75. The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA): Background, Legislation, and Policy Issues

Chapter 76. The Freedom of Information Act is Broken: A Report

Chapter 77. Freedom of Information Act Legislation in the 114th Congress: Issue Summary and Side-by- Side Analysis

Chapter 78. Testimony of Jason Leopold, Investigative Reporter, VICE News. Hearing on ''Ensuring Transparency through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)''

Chapter 79. Statement of Nate Jones, Director of the Freedom of Information Act Project of the National Security Archive, George Washington University. Hearing on ''Ensuring Transparency through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)''

Chapter 80. Testimony of Gabriel Rottman, Legislative Counsel and Policy Advisor, American Civil Liberties Union. Hearing on ''Ensuring Transparency through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)''

Chapter 81. Statement of Anne L. Weisman, Executive Director, Campaign for Accountability. Hearing on ''Ensuring Transparency through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)''

Chapter 82. Statement of Joyce Barr, Assistant Secretary of Administration, U.S. Department of State. Hearing on ''Ensuring Agency Compliance with the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)''

Chapter 83. Statement of Melanie Ann Pustay, Director, Office of Information Policy, U.S. Department of Justice. Hearing on ''Ensuring Agency Compliance with the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)''

Chapter 84. Testimony of Karen L. Neuman, Chief Privacy Officer and Chief FOIA Officer, Department of Homeland Security. Hearing on ''Ensuring Agency Compliance with the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)''

Chapter 85. Inequality, Access to the Courts, and Judicial Integrity

Volume 6

Chapter 86. The Bottom of the Pyramid Countries, MNCs, and Human Rights: What Lies Beyond the Washington Consensus

Chapter 87. The Premise/Promise of Well-being: Human Rights and the Case for Equality in the Post-2015 Development Agenda

Chapter 88. The Strategic Use by Aboriginal Australians of International Human Rights Norms and United Nations Monitoring Mechanisms to Secure Greater Justice and Recognition of Their Rights under Australian Law and Policy

Chapter 89. Quality of Interpretation in Interrogations of Detained Persons during the Pre-trial Stage of Criminal Investigations as a Concern under Article 5(2) of the European Convention on Human Rights

Chapter 90. The Reindeer Herding Right in Norway and Sweden as a Protected Right under the European Convention on Human Rights

Chapter 91. Protocols No. 14 and No. 15: Undermining the Protective Mechanism of the European Convention on Human Rights

Chapter 92. Cultural Property as a Casualty of Armed Conflict: A Comment on the Lessons from Iraq and Syria

Chapter 93. The International Human Right to Freedom of Expression: A South African Constitutional Perspective

Chapter 94. How Demanding is the Right to Benefit from Scientific Progress?

Chapter 95. Descent, Filiation and the Rights of Children Among the Fantse of Ghana

Chapter 96. Subordination and Super-Ordination: Discourse Analysis of Medicalization of Pregnancy and Childbirth in Ghana

Chapter 97. Bahrain 2012 Human Rights Report

Chapter 98. Kuwait 2012 Human Rights Report

Chapter 99. Oman 2012 Human Rights Report

Chapter 100. Qatar 2012 Human Rights Report

Chapter 101. Saudi Arabia 2012 Human Rights Report

Chapter 102. United Arab Emirates 2012 Human Rights Report

Chapter 103. Federal Civil Rights Engagement with Arab and Muslim-American Communities Post 9/11

Volume 7

Chapter 104. Overview of Selected Federal Criminal Civil Rights Statutes

Chapter 105. The Religion-State Relationship and the Right to Freedom of Religion or Belief: A Comparative Textual Analysis of the Constitutions of Majority Muslim Countries and Other OIC Members

Chapter 106. Remarks by USCIRF Chair Katrina Lantos Swett at Conference on Religious Freedom, Violent Religious Extremism, and Constitutional Reform in Muslim-Majority Countries

Chapter 107. The Solitary Confinement of Youth in New York: A Civil Rights Violation

Volume 8

Chapter 108. Testimony of Piper Kerman, Author. Hearing on ''Reassessing Solitary Confinement II: The Human Rights, Fiscal and Public Safety Consequences''

Chapter 109. Testimony of Marc A. Levin, Director, Center for Effective Justice at the Texas Public Policy Foundation. Hearing on ''Reassessing Solitary Confinement II: The Human Rights, Fiscal and Public Safety Consequences''

Chapter 110. Testimony of Damon Thibodeaux. Hearing on ''Reassessing Solitary Confinement II: The Human Rights, Fiscal and Public Safety Consequences''

Chapter 111. Children’s Rights: International and National Laws and Practices

Chapter 112. Introduction

Chapter 113. Argentina: Children's Rights

Chapter 114. Australia: Children's Rights

Chapter 115. Brazil: Children's Rights

Chapter 116. Canada: Children's Rights

Chapter 117. China: Children's Rights

Chapter 118. France: Children's Rights

Chapter 119. Germany: Children's Rights

Chapter 120. Greece: Children's Rights

Chapter 121. Islamic Republic of Iran: Children's Rights

Chapter 122. Israel: Children's Rights

Chapter 123. Japan: Children's Rights

Chapter 124. Lebanon: Children's Rights

Chapter 125. Mexico: Children's Rights

Chapter 126. Nicaragua: Children's Rights

Chapter 127. Russian Federation: Children's Rights

Chapter 128. United Kingdom (England and Wales): Children's Rights

Chapter 129. Birthright Citizenship and Children Born in the United States to Alien Parents: An Overview of the Legal Debate

Volume 9

Chapter 130. Birthright Citizenship Under the 14th Amendment of Persons Born in the United States to Alien Parents

Chapter 131. Testimony of Lino A. Graglia, A.W. Walker Centennial Chair in Law, University of Texas at Austin School of Law. Hearing on ''Birthright Citizenship: Is it the Right Policy for America?''

Chapter 132. Testimony of Dr. John C. Eastman, Founding Director, The Claremont Institute Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence. Hearing on ''Birthright Citizenship: Is it the Right Policy for America?''

Chapter 133. Statement of Jon Feere, Legal Policy Analyst, Center for Immigration Studies. Hearing on ''Birthright Citizenship: Is it the Right Policy for America?''

Chapter 134. Testimony of Richard Cohen, President, Southern Poverty Law Center. Hearing on ''Birthright Citizenship: Is it the Right Policy for America?''

Chapter 135. Human Rights in China and U.S. Policy: Issues for the 114th Congress

Chapter 136. China 2014 Human Rights Report

Chapter 137. Democratic Republic of the Congo 2012 Human Rights Report

Volume 10

Chapter 138. Thailand 2012 Human Rights Report

Chapter 139. Violations of Human Rights: Trauma and Social Trauma - Can We Forgive?

Chapter 140. Democratic People's Republic of Korea 2013 Human Rights Report

Chapter 141. Chile 2013 Human Rights Report

Chapter 142. Philippines 2013 Human Rights Report

Chapter 143. Malaysia 2013 Human Rights Report

Chapter 144. Iraq: Politics, Governance, and Human Rights

Chapter 145. Brazil 2013 Human Rights Report

Chapter 146. El Salvador 2013 Human Rights Report

Chapter 147. Jordan 2013 Human Rights Report

Chapter 148. Reconceptualizing the Human Rights Heritage: Challenges and Prospects on the Responsibility to Protect

Volume 11

Chapter 149. Human Rights in China and U.S. Policy: Issues for the 113th Congress

Chapter 150. China 2013 Human Rights Report

Chapter 151. The Origin of the National Human Rights Commission in 1990 within the Latin American Democratization Process: Institution of the Mexican Society or of the Mexican State?

Chapter 152. India 2013 Human Rights Report

Chapter 153. ''Leahy Law'' Human Rights Provisions and Security Assistance: Issue Overview

Chapter 154. Human Rights: Additional Guidance, Monitoring, and Training Could Improve Implementation of the Leahy Laws

Chapter 155. Persian Gulf: Implementation Gaps Limit the Effectiveness of End-Use Monitoring and Human Rights Vetting for U.S. Military Equipment

Chapter 156. Haiti 2013 Human Rights Report

Chapter 157. Dominican Republic 2013 Human Rights Report

Chapter 158. Venezuela 2013 Human Rights Report

Chapter 159. Qatar 2013 Human Rights Report

Volume 12

Chapter 160. Tibet 2013 Human Rights Report

Chapter 161. Argentina 2013 Human Rights Report

Chapter 162. Spanish Parental Socialization between Different Generations: Values and Human Rights

Chapter 163. Developing an Improved Reporting System for Human Rights Violations of Persons with Psychosocial and Intellectual Disabilities in South Africa

Chapter 164. Testimony of Roberta S. Jacobson, Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs, U.S. Department of State. Hearing on ''Understanding The Impact of U.S. Policy Changes On Human Rights And Democracy In Cuba''

Chapter 165. Testimony of Tom P. Malinowski, Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor, U.S. Department of State. Hearing on ''Understanding The Impact of U.S. Policy Changes On Human Rights And Democracy In Cuba''

Chapter 166. Statement of Eileen M. Hanrahan, Supervisory Civil Rights Analyst, Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. Briefing on ''Patient Dumping''

Chapter 167. Human Rights: A Brief Historical and Conceptual Account

Chapter 168. Medical Ethics, Human Rights, and Torture

Chapter 169. Human Rights Violations of Children in India: An Overview

Chapter 170. School Psychology and Human Rights: Brazilian Youth in Trouble with the Law in Focus

Chapter 171. How Safe and Secured are our Children? A Study of Human Rights Violations of Children in India

Chapter 172. Interdisciplinary Professional Development for Mental Health Workers: A Human Rights Approach

Chapter 173. Spain 2014 Human Rights Report

Chapter 174. Japan 2014 Human Rights Report

Chapter 175. Morocco 2014 Human Rights Report

Chapter 176. Poland 2014 Human Rights Report

Chapter 177. Kuwait 2015 Human Rights Report

Volume 13

Chapter 178. Peru 2015 Human Rights Report

Chapter 179. Meeting the Obligations of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Chapter 180. The Politics of Freedom: When State Interest Takes Precedence over Women’s Human Rights

Chapter 181. Online Piracy and Human Rights: Reflections on the European Approach

Chapter 182. Education Access and Human Rights: The Case of Lesotho Correctional Services

Chapter 183. Using Human Rights to Mediate the Tensions between Religion and Sex Education

Chapter 184. EU International Crisis Management and Human Rights

Chapter 185. The Human Rights of Refugees at the Service of Ethnic Nationalism

Chapter 186. The Value of a Human Rights-Based Approach to the Climate Change Mitigation Policy

Chapter 187. Human Rights and Human Wrongs: Responses to the Challenges and Issues for Young People in the 21st Century

Chapter 188. Investigative Standards and Human Rights after Kraulaidis v. Lithuania

Chapter 189. Free Speech and Journalism: A Human Rights Perspective

Chapter 190. Pathways to Sustainable Development Goal # 3: Integrating Human Rights, Health Equity and Social Justice into Health Policies and Programmes in Jamaica

You have not viewed any product yet.