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Human Rights in Development Yearbook 2001: Reparations : Redressing Past Wrongs (Yearbook Human Rights in Developing Countries)
by:George Ulrich, Louise Krabbe Boserup
With this volume, the yearbook's formal structure has shifted from that of a journal to a thematic anthology. The theme of this year's volume is "Reparations: Redressing Past Wrongs". The articles contained in the publication primarily stem from contributions prepared for a conference entitled "The Right to Compensation and Related Remedies for Racial...
With this volume, the yearbook's formal structure has shifted from that of a journal to a thematic anthology. The theme of this year's volume is "Reparations: Redressing Past Wrongs". The articles contained in the publication primarily stem from contributions prepared for a conference entitled "The Right to Compensation and Related Remedies for Racial Discrimination" that was hosted by the Danish Centre for Human Rights in April 2001. The conference was organised in anticipation of the World Conference Against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance, which was held in Durban in September 2001. The publication consists of 15 articles divided into four main parts addressing the subjects of "Reparations at the National and Regional Levels", "Precedence and Standing of International Law", "The Moral and Social Aspects of Reparation" and "Reflections". This volume is the result of a joint research project born out of longstanding co-operation between research institutes and centres for human rights.
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