Development, Human Rights and the Rule of Law is a collection of papers that covers various concerns in the preservation of human rights in the context of development and legal systems. The title details the concept of “development,” “human rights,” and the “right to development.” Next, the selection deals with the topics that cross paths with human rights, such as militarization, agrarian reform, and labor and social legislation. The text also covers the role of the lawyer, along with legal assistance. The book will be of great use to political scientists, economists, behavioral scientists, and sociologists.
Preface Speech of Welcome Chairman's Opening Remarks Key-Note Address Development and the Rule of Law Opening of Plenary Discussion Working Papers : Basic Working Paper Prevention Versus Cure as a Human Rights Strategy International Aspects The Declaration on Human Rights and the Right to Development: the Gap between Proposal and Reality What Kind of Development and What Kind of Law Human Rights, Right to Development and the New International Economic Order — Perspectives and Proposals The Right to Development: from Evolving Principle to "Legal" Right: in Search of Its Substance National Aspects Keeping Human Life Human: Altering Structures of Power, Economic Benefits and Institutions Human Rights and Development: a Difficult Relationship Realizing the Right to Development: the Importance of Legal Resources The Legal Needs of the Poor: Towards an Alternative Model of Group Advocacy Project Sarilakas: a Philippines Experiment in Attempting to Realize the Right to Development Summary of Discussions and Conclusions List of Participants
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- © Pergamon 1981
- 1st January 1981
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