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Rights based approaches to development : exploring the potential and pitfalls / edited by Sam Hickey and Diana Mitlin.

By: Hickey, Samuel, 1972- [auhtor.].
Contributor(s): Hickey, Samuel, 1972- | Mitlin, Diana.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Sterling, VA : Kumarian Press, 2009Description: ix, 244 pages : illustration ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781565492721 (pbk.).Subject(s): Social planning | Economic development -- Social aspects | Community development | Social justice | Human rightsDDC classification: 323.32942091724 HIC
Contents:
1. |t The rise of Rights-Based Approaches to Development -- |g Ch. 1. |t Introduction / |r Sam Hickey and Diana Mitlin -- |g Ch. 2. |t Linking Rights and Development: Some Critical Challenges / |r Robert Archer -- |g Ch. 3. |t The Rights of the Rich versus the Rights of the Poor / |r John Gledhill -- |g Pt. 2. |t Rights, Governmentality, and Citizenship -- |g Ch. 4. |t Exploring a Political Approach to Rights-Based Development in North West Cameroon: From Rights and Marginality to Citizenship and Justice / |r Jeidoh Duni, Robert Fon, Sam Hickey and Nuhu Salihu -- |g Ch. 5. |t Recognition or Misrecognition? Pitfalls of Indigenous Peoples' Free, Prior, and Informed Consent (FPIC) / |r Katsuhiko Masaki -- |g Pt. 3. |t Do Rights-Based Approaches Offer a Pro-Poor Route to Development? -- |g Ch. 6. |t Property Rights and Rights-Based Sustainable Livelihoods / |r Leonith Hinojosa-Valencia -- |g Ch. 7. |t Reinterpreting the Rights-Based Approach: A Grassroots Perspective on Rights and Development / |r Sheela Patel and Diana Mitlin -- |g Pt. 4. |t From Voluntarism to Empowerment? -- |g Ch. 8. |t Rethinking Agency, Rights, and Natural Resource Management / |r Frances Cleaver -- |g Ch. 9. |t "We Are Also Human": Identity and Power in Gender Relations / |r Michael Drinkwater -- |g Pt. 5. |t The Operational Implications of Rights-Based Approaches -- |g Ch. 10. |t Rights-Based Development: The Challenge of Change and Power for Development NGOs / |r Jennifer Chapman, Valerie Miller, Adriano Campolina Soares and John Samuel -- |g Ch. 11. |t The "Human Rights-Based Approach to Programming": A Contradiction in Terms? / |r Lauchlan T. Munro -- |g Pt. 6. |t Conclusions and Ways Forward -- |g Ch. 12. |t The Potential and Pitfalls of Rights-Based Approaches to Development / |r Sam Hickey and Diana Mitlin.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. |t The rise of Rights-Based Approaches to Development -- |g Ch. 1. |t Introduction / |r Sam Hickey and Diana Mitlin -- |g Ch. 2. |t Linking Rights and Development: Some Critical Challenges / |r Robert Archer -- |g Ch. 3. |t The Rights of the Rich versus the Rights of the Poor / |r John Gledhill -- |g Pt. 2. |t Rights, Governmentality, and Citizenship -- |g Ch. 4. |t Exploring a Political Approach to Rights-Based Development in North West Cameroon: From Rights and Marginality to Citizenship and Justice / |r Jeidoh Duni, Robert Fon, Sam Hickey and Nuhu Salihu -- |g Ch. 5. |t Recognition or Misrecognition? Pitfalls of Indigenous Peoples' Free, Prior, and Informed Consent (FPIC) / |r Katsuhiko Masaki -- |g Pt. 3. |t Do Rights-Based Approaches Offer a Pro-Poor Route to Development? -- |g Ch. 6. |t Property Rights and Rights-Based Sustainable Livelihoods / |r Leonith Hinojosa-Valencia -- |g Ch. 7. |t Reinterpreting the Rights-Based Approach: A Grassroots Perspective on Rights and Development / |r Sheela Patel and Diana Mitlin -- |g Pt. 4. |t From Voluntarism to Empowerment? -- |g Ch. 8. |t Rethinking Agency, Rights, and Natural Resource Management / |r Frances Cleaver -- |g Ch. 9. |t "We Are Also Human": Identity and Power in Gender Relations / |r Michael Drinkwater -- |g Pt. 5. |t The Operational Implications of Rights-Based Approaches -- |g Ch. 10. |t Rights-Based Development: The Challenge of Change and Power for Development NGOs / |r Jennifer Chapman, Valerie Miller, Adriano Campolina Soares and John Samuel -- |g Ch. 11. |t The "Human Rights-Based Approach to Programming": A Contradiction in Terms? / |r Lauchlan T. Munro -- |g Pt. 6. |t Conclusions and Ways Forward -- |g Ch. 12. |t The Potential and Pitfalls of Rights-Based Approaches to Development / |r Sam Hickey and Diana Mitlin.

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