Title: Peoples' Rights
Editor(s): ALSTON, Philip
Citation: Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2001, Collected Courses of the Academy of European Law, IX/2
Series/Number: Collected Courses of the Academy of European Law; [AEL]
The right to self-determination has been a driving force in international law and politics through much of the post-World War II period. In the 1970s it was joined by a number of other human rights attributed to peoples rather than to individuals, including rights to development, peace, a clean environment, and humanitarian assistance. In this volume the current and future significance of these so-called third-generation solidarity rights are examined by leading experts.
Table of Contents:
Philip Alston: Introduction James Crawford: The Right of Self-Determination in International Law: Its Development and Future Benedict Kingsbury: Reconciling Five Competing Conceptual Structures of Indigenous Peoples' Claims in International and Comparative Law Peter Leuprecht: Minority Rights Revisited: New Glimpses of an Old Issue Anne Orford: Globalization and the Right to Development Dinah Shelton: Environmental Rights Philip Alston: Peoples' Rights - Their Rise and Fall
Type of Access: openAccess