Minorities, Peoples And Self-determination: Essays In Honour Of Patrick Thornberry
Nazila Ghanea-Hercock, Alexandra Xanthaki, Patrick Thornberry
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2005 - 352 pagini
The present volume, in honour of Professor Patrick Thornberry, presents new thinking on minority and indigenous rights in international law. Contributors to this 17 chapter volume include an impressive range of academics, thinkers, practitioners and international civil servants with a number of different approaches to this complex area. Not all of them take a legal approach, and this exploration benefits from the variety of frameworks utilised in contributing to the controversial area of minority and indigenous rights. Debates that receive attention in this volume include self-determination, definitional issues, collective rights and rights to natural resources. Other chapters unravel challenges that have not attracted sufficient attention to date, such as multiculturalism, integration, colour as a ground for discrimination and the economic and social rights of minorities. The volume also looks critically at the work of the World Bank, the African Union, the Council of Europe and the OSCE in this arena. Finally, case studies highlight the regrettable similarities in the suffering of groups in different parts of the world as well as the stark contrast between state claims and their actual practice. The contributors are: Gudmundur Alfredsson, Michael Banton, Joshua Castellino, Erica lrene A. Daes, María-Amor Estébanez, Nazila Ghanea, Geoff Gilbert, Bülent Gökay, Tom Hadden, Dominic McGoldrick, Timothy Murithi, John Packer, Chandra K. Roy, Malcolm N. Shaw, Martin Scheinin, Sia Spiliopoulou Åkermark, and Alexandra Xanthaki.
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What Are Indigenous Peoples?
The right to selfdetermination Meaning and Scope
SelfDetermination and the Use of Force
Conceptual Difficulties and the Right to Indigenous Self Determination
Indigenous Peoples Rights to Land and Natural Resources
The World Bank and Indigenous Peoples
Economic Solutions to Political Problems The Case of the Chittagong Hill Tracts
Integration and Separation Legal and Political Choices in Implementing Minority Rights
Repressing Minorities and Getting Away with It? A Consideration of Economic Social and Cultural Rights
Multiculturalism and Its Discontents
Colour as a Ground of Discrimination
The OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities Pyrometer Prophylactic Pyrosvestis
Council of Europe Policies Concerning the Protection of Linguistic Minorities and the Justiciability of Minority Rights
The African Union and the Prospects for Minority Protection
The Kurdish Question in Turkey Historical Roots Domestic Concerns and International Law
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