Governing (through) rights / Bal Sokhi-Bulley.Material type: BookSeries: Human rights law in perspective: Publisher: Oxford, [England] ; Portland, Oregon : Hart Publishing, 2016Copyright date: ©2016Description: 1 online resource (183 p.).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 1509903844; 1509903836; 1509903828.Subject(s): Human rightsGenre/Form: Electronic books.DDC classification: 323
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Acknowledgements ; Contents ; Part I: Government (Through) Rights; 1. Introduction ; I. The Problem of Government (Through) Rights ; II. Governmentality as a Methodology ; III. The Chapters ; 2. Governing (Through) Agencies: The EU and Rights in EUrope; I. Tactic One: Expertise ; II. Tactic Two: Indicators ; III. Tactic Three: A Rights-based Approach ; IV. Conclusion ; 3. Governing (Through) Non-Governmental Actors: The Global Human Rights Architecture and the International NGO ; I. A Global Human Rights Architecture ; II. the International Non-Governmental Organisation
III. Experts, Narrators and Scrutinisers: Human Rights Watch IV. Conclusion ; Part II: Resisting Government (Through) Rights; 4. Resisting Rights with Responsibility ; I. A New Politics of Community ; II. Responsibilising Youth: National Citizen Service ; III. Responsibilising Community: Community Rights ; IV. Conclusion: Active Citizenship ; 5. Counter-Conduct as Right and as Ethics ; I. Counter-Conduct ; II. Performing Struggle as Right and as Ethics ; III. Conclusion ; 6. Conclusion: A Permanent State of Dissatisfaction ; I. Rights as/and Governmentality
II. Transformation: Towards an Ethic of Discomfort Bibliography ; Index
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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