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    Sam Hickey,Diana Mitlin
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AJ Bebbington, S Hickey, DC Mitlin. Urban poverty in the global south: scale and nature. D Satterthwaite, D Mitlin. Reclaiming development? NGOs and the challenge of alternatives. D Mitlin, S Hickey, A Bebbington. World development 35 (10), 1699-1720, 2007.

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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.

* Comprehensive summary and case studies of major of rights-based approach to development* Arranged in point/counterpoint formatThe 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. The most visible sign that attitudes were changing occurred when the UN held its World Summit for Social Development in Copenhagen in 1995. From that point on, rights became a stated objective of most agencies, regardless of the level of effort they actually spent in incorporating these ideas into their activities.Now, over a decade after that crucial turning point, Rights-Based Approaches to Development reflects on the effect of the development community’s major shift in focus from market-based frameworks to a rights-based one. Contributors, both academics and practitioners, reflect on their experience with rights-based development activities. They draw out the current debates, theoretical and practical concerns and achievements, and larger implications about poverty and the relationship between citizens and the state. With powerful insights into where the development community has been and where it needs to go, Rights-Based Approaches to Development is critical to understanding the role of social justice in the context of development.