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Forced to Be Good: Why Trade Agreements Boost Human Rights

Forced to Be Good: Why Trade Agreements Boost Human Rights

Preferential trade agreements have become common ways to protect or restrict access to national markets in products and services. The United States has signed trade agreements with almost two dozen countries as close as Mexico and Canada and as distant


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Human Rights and Migration: Trafficking for Forced Labour

Human Rights and Migration: Trafficking for Forced Labour
Human Rights and Migration outlines the interplay between human rights and migration regimes in the wider context of trafficking for forced labour. It combines rigorous analysis with country studies from across Europe. The book is divided into three parts which cover migration, labour and human rights approaches. The contributors argue that complex and restrictive migration regimes exacerbate the channeling of migrants into risk groups for trafficking and that some types of exploitation in the field of trafficking are clearly linked to migration itself. They investigate the role of the state in creating the circumstances of trafficking and other violations of migrant rights. Moreover, this innovative volume shows that the current understanding of trafficking excludes large groups of people who, due to their migration status, experience human rights violations on a continuum of exploitation ranging from forced labour to minor detractions from labour standards.
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Pity the Bathtub Its Forced Embrace of the Human Form: Poems

Pity the Bathtub Its Forced Embrace of the Human Form: Poems

Comic, elegaic, and always formally intricate, using political allegory and painterly landscape, philosophic story and dramatic monologue, these poems describe a moment when something marvelous and unforeseen alters the course of a single day, a year, or an entire life.


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A human astronaut wades through the swamp-like waters of an alien world where he was forced to make an emergency landing Poster Print

A human astronaut wades through the swamp-like waters of an alien world where he was forced to make an emergency landing Poster Print
A human astronaut wades through the swamp-like waters of an alien world where he was forced to make an emergency landing Poster Print
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The Emerging Law of Forced Displacement in Africa: Development and Implementation of the Kampala Convention on Internal Displacement

The Emerging Law of Forced Displacement in Africa: Development and Implementation of the Kampala Convention on Internal Displacement

In 2014 there were 38 million civilians who had been internally displaced by conflicts and effects of natural disasters in various parts of the world. Internally displaced persons (IDPs) are currently the largest group of persons receiving assistance from some of the main international humanitarian organisations. With the largest concentration of internally displaced persons (IDPs), the African continent has been the worst affected region. While previously IDPs have largely been neglected under international law, the first-ever continental binding treaty on internal displacement, the African Union Convention on the Protection of and Assistance to Internally Displaced Persons (the Kampala Convention), entered into force on 6 December 2012. As of January 2016, 25 States have ratified the instrument while 40 States have become signatories.

This book significantly contributes to the study, policy making and practice on managing internal displacement by presenting the first major systematic examination of the evolution, elements and implementation of the Kampala Convention. It explores the responsibility of the State for the protection of IDPs particularly those who are most vulnerable during armed conflicts, internal strife, natural disasters, human rights violations and other circumstances. The status of ratification of the Convention is reviewed as well as the steps currently being undertaken by governments to implement the Convention. It also analyses the contribution by human rights mechanisms, inter-governmental bodies and UN peacekeeping missions in the implementation of the Convention. The book casts the Kampala Convention in broader institutional and normative developments in Africa and beyond. It demonstrates how concepts such as "responsibility to protect" and "sovereignty as responsibility" have begun to make inroads; influencing some of the more progressive instruments adopted by the African Union. It also sheds light on the relationship between the Convention and some regional instruments. In assessing the effectiveness of the Kampala Convention Allehone Abebe argues that the link between the Convention and initiatives on development, human rights and governance in Africa should be fully fostered.


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