This issue focuses on the nexus between development and human
rights. This issue includes articles by leading development experts
including Peter Uvin, professor at The Fletcher School, Hugo Slim,
professor at Oxford Brookes University and Christina M. Harrison,
director of The Human Rights Advocate.
include an expose on the human rights record of the World Bank,
coverage of the Bolivian coca war's effect on development, and thoughts
from development practitioners.
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Rights, Solidarity and Development
Development and Human Rights:
All Rights Must Be Guaranteed
All Actors Must Be Held Accountable
Rules to Live By:The Human Rights Approach to Development
On High Moral Ground:
The Incorporation of Human Rights by the Development Enterprise
A Response to Peter Uvin--Making Moral Low Ground: Rights as the
Struggle for Justice and the Abolition of Development
Christina M. Harrison
Tough Row to Hoe: Can CEDAW's Optional Protocal Help Muslim Women in
Rural Bangladesh Realize Their Right to Development?
The World Bank and Human Rights: Mission Impossible?
Lawrence G. Dixon
The Antidote to Patronage, Power, Politics, and Structural Poverty?
Humanitarianism and Rights: Thoughts from a Practitioner
Alexander Gupman, with
Contributions from Maria J. Kristensen
Towards a Better Discourse: Is Rights-Talk Challenging the Development
Praxis Interviews Practitioners:
Other Development Issues:
Counterdevelopoment and the Bolivian Coca War
Malawi Is Not a 'Poor Country'