Item description for Economic, Social And Cultural Rights: A Bibliography by Philip Alston & James Heenan...
Economic, social and cultural rights - such as labour rights, and the rights to food, health, education, housing, and culture - make up half of the international catalogue of human rights. Their importance has, however, been consistently downgraded. The reasons are partly political and ideological and partly a reflection of the range and complexity of the issues which these rights address. This bibliography offers the first ever systematic guide to the voluminous literature on these issues and will be an indispensable starting point for anyone seeking to understand or research any of the relevant rights.
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Studio: Hotei Publishing
Release Date Apr 30, 2008
Publisher Martinus Nijhoff Publishers / Brill Academic
ISBN 9004153101 ISBN13 9789004153103
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More About Philip Alston & James Heenan
Philip Alston is Professor and Director of the Centre for International Studies and Public Law at The Australian National University, Canberra.
Philip Alston has an academic affiliation as follows - European University Institute, New York University Law School New York.