- Author:Sam Hickey,Diana Mitlin
- Publisher:Kumarian Press (May 2009)
- Pages:256 pages
- Subcategory:Social Sciences
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AJ Bebbington, S Hickey, DC Mitlin. D Mitlin, D Satterthwaite. Sustainability: The environment and urbanization 23, 1996. Rights-based approaches to development: Exploring the potential and pitfalls. Kumarian Press, 2009.
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Rights-Based Approaches to Development: Exploring the Potential Pitfalls. ISBN: 978-1-56549-283-7. A Kumarian Press Book. Hickey and Mitlin have gathered together a stellar group of thinkers and activists to challenge and enrich our understanding of the all-important nexus between development and human rights. This is a fascinating book that deserves to be widely-read. -Michael Edwards, University of Manchester. A timely reminder of why rights matter. Rights-Based Approaches to Development explores the impact of the shift from a market-based to a rights-based framework for development efforts.
Includes bibliographical references and index. Social planning Economic development Social aspects Community development Social justice Human rights. Personal Name: Hickey, Samuel, 1972-. Personal Name: Mitlin, Diana. Rubrics: Social planning Economic development Social aspects Community development Social justice Human rights. Download now Rights-based approaches to development : exploring the potential and pitfalls Samuel Hickey and Diana Mitlin,. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.
Rights-Based Approaches to Development : Exploring the Potential and Pitfalls. Comprehensive summary and case studies of major of rights-based approach to development Arranged in point/counterpoint format The associations between human rights and the work of development activists didn't receive widespread attention from international development agencies until the mid to late 1990s.
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Rights-Based Development in North West. Washington, DC: Kumarian Press. The authors thank Kumarian Press for permission to publish the paper as part of the BWPI Working Paper series. Introduction Rights-based approaches to development promise to deliver many of the goals towards which development actors currently work, particularly in terms of creating a political environment conducive to development.
Rights-Based Approaches to Development. Exploring the Potentials and Pitfalls. Hickey, Sam and Diana Mitlin (ed., Rights, Wrongs and Realities: Exploring the Potential and Pitfalls of Rights-Based Approaches to Development. Stirling, Virginia: Kumarian Press, 2009.