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Principled engagement : negotiating human rights in repressive states / edited by Morten B. Pedersen, University of New South Wales, Australia; David Kinley, Sydney University, Australia.

Contributor(s): Pedersen, Morten B [editor of compilation.] | Kinley, David (Lecturer in law) [editor of compilation.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Applied legal philosophy series.Publisher: England : Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2013Description: xii, 252 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781409455387.Subject(s): Human rights | Discrimination -- Law and legislation | Civil rights | Political persecutionDDC classification: 342.085
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Reference 342.085 PED.P (Browse shelf) 1 Available SLSN-B-9077

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introducing principled engagement / Morten B. Pedersen and David Kinley -- The theoretical case for principled management / Morten B. Pedersen -- Ten principles for engagement / Chris Sidotti -- Engaging with all actors of violence : necessity, duty and dilemmas from an ICRC delegate's perspective / Pierre Gentile -- Engaging China on human rights / Ann Kent -- The ILO and forced labour in Myanmar / Richard Horsey -- Principled engagement and public health : donors and HIV/AIDS in Zimbabwe / Jolyon Ford and Joel Nagin -- Engaging business in the business of human rights / Justine Nolan and Auret van Heerden -- Wrestling with shadows : principled engagement with violent economies and repressive regimes that rule them / James Cockayne -- Development as a vehicle for principled engagement on human rights : the implications of "new aid" / David Kinley -- "New aid modalities" : an opportunity or threat to principled engagement on human rights / Mac Darrow.

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