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Human Rights and Cultural Identity

BIBLIOGRAPHY 1. An-Na’im, Abdullahi Ahmed. Human Rights in Cross-Cultural Perspectives: A Quest for Consensus . 2 nd Edition. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1995. 2. Arras, J., and E. Fenton. “Bioethics and human rights: access to health-related goods.” Hastings Cent Rep 29 (2009): 27–38. 3. Atapattu, Sumudu. Human Rights Approaches to Climate Change: Challenges and Opportunities . New York: Routledge, 2015. 4. Ashcroft, Richard. “The troubled relationship between bioethics and human rights”: 31–52. In: M. Freeman, ed

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Human Rights Guarantees during States of Emergency: The European Convention on Human Rights

References Amnesty International. "NGO Comments on the Group of Wise Persons." Interim Report 3 (2006). Bleckmann, Albert. Die Bindung der Europäischen Gemeinschaft an die Europäische Menschenrechtskonvention [Obligations of the European Community under the European Convention on Human Rights]. 1 st ed. Cologne: Carl Heymanns Verlag, 1986. Brems, Eva. "The Margin of Appreciation Doctrine in the Case-law of the European Court of Human Rights." Zeitschrift für ausländisches

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The Connection between Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Respect for Human Rights

References Addo, M. K. (2014). The Reality of the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. Human Rights Law Review , 14(1), 133–147. Arkani, S.; Theobald, R. (2005). Corporate involvement in human rights: is it any of their business? Business Ethics: A European Review , 14(3), 190–205. Arnold, D. G. (2010). Transnational Corporations and the Duty to Respect Basic Human Rights. Business Ethics Quarterly , 20(3), 371–399. Bilchitz, D. (2013). A chasm between ‘is’ and ‘ought’? A critique of the normative foundations

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Human Rights and Fishing: A Multidimensional Challenge

) // . 3. Cacciaguidi-Fahy, Sophie. “The Law of the Sea and Human Rights”: 376–389. In: Sanford R. Silverburg, ed. International Law: Contemporary Issues and Future Development . Westview Press, 2011. 4. De Coning, Eve, and Emma Witbooi. “Towards a new ‘fisheries crime’ paradigm: South Africa as an illustrative example.” Marine Policy Vol. 60 (2015): 208–215. 5. Grabenwarter, Christoph. European Convention on Human Rights – Commentary . 1 st ed. Munich: C

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The Role of Human Rights NGO's: Human Rights Defenders or State Sovereignty Destroyers?

References Baehr, Peter R. "Foreign Policy Actors and Human Rights": 139-159. In: Ineke Boerefijn and Jenny Goldschmidt, eds. Human Rights in the Polder: Human Rights and Security in the Public and Private Sphere. Antwerp: Intersentia, 2007. Baehr, Peter R. "Human Rights NGOs and Globalization": 31-46. In: Karin Arts and Paschal Mihyo, eds. Responding to the Human Rights Deficit: Essays in Honour of Bas de Gaay Fortman. Kluwer Law Press, 2003. Baehr, Peter R. "Mobilization of

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The World Court of Human Rights Feasibility Study

References Ahrens, L. (2010). RNW . Retrieved May 8, 2016, from . Bayefsky, A. F. (1996). UN Human Rights Treaties: Facing the Implementation Crisis. Windsor Y.B. Access Just ,15, 189. Cassel, D. (2001). Does International Human Rights Law Make a Difference? Chi.J. Int’l. L , 2, 121–135. Cassese, A. (2008). The Oxford Companion to International Criminal Law (2nd ed.) Oxford: OUP. Donnelly, J. (2007). The Relative

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The European Court of Human Rights: Bringing Together Legal Systems

References Assenov v. Bulgaria. European Court of Human Rights. Judgment of October 28, 1998. App. No. 24760/94 // Austria v. Italy. European Commission of Human Rights. Decision of January 11, 1961. App. No. 788/60. Yearbook 4, p. 116. Burkov, Anton. "Russia and European Court of Human Rights: Reform of the Court and of Russian judicial practice?". Foreign and Security Policy, CEPS Commentaries (May, 2010): 1

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Security and Human Rights: Contradictory or Reconcilable Paradigms? State of Affairs in Bulgaria

References [1] Harris, D., O'Boyle, M., Bates, E. and Buckley, C. Law of the European Convention on Human Rights , Third Edition. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014. [2] Carlier, J.-Y., De Schutter, O. (dir.) La Charte des droits fondamentaux de l'Union Europeenne , Bruxelles, Bruylant, 2002. [3] Belova-Ganeva, G. Contemporary Trends in Human Rights Protection , Sofia, Classic Design, 2013 (in Bulgarian). [4] Chankova, D. Human Rights and Their Protection , Sofia, Feneya, 2001 (in Bulgarian). [5] Amnesty International - http

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Copyright and Free Speech: The Human Rights Perspective

. “Acknowledging Conflict between Copyright Law and Freedom of Expression under the Human Rights Act.” Entertainment Law Review 24 (2003): 1–35. 4. Cook, Trevor. “Exceptions and Limitations in European Union Copyright Law.” Journal of Intellectual Property Rights 17 (2012): 243–245. 5. Cornish, William. Intellectual Property: Patents, Copyrights, Trademarks & Allied Rights . London: Sweet & Maxwell, 1999. 6. Dinwoodie, Graeme. “Copyright Lawmaking Authority: An (Inter)Nationalist Perspective on the Treaty Clause.” Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts 30

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Toward an affective pedagogy of human rights education

transformation in East Asian cram schools. Asia Pacific Education Review 5 (1), 64-75. Lang, P. (1998). Towards an understanding of effective education in a European context. In P. Lang, Y. Katz, & I. Menezes (Eds.) Affective education: a comparative view (pp. 3-18), London: Cassell. Li, X. (2001). “Asian values” and the universality of human rights. In P. Hayden (ed.) The philosophy of human rights (pp. 397-408). St. Paul, MN.: Paragon House. Merleau-Ponty, M. (1962). Phenomenology of perception. London

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