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Property and Human Rights in a Global Context :

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Property and Human Rights in a Global Context :
Title
Property and Human Rights in a Global Context :
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Contributor
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
MiAaPQ
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Xu, Ting
Dewey number
343/.023
LC call number
K721.5.A6P76 2015
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Allain, Jean
Series statement
Human Rights Law in Perspective
Label
Property and Human Rights in a Global Context :
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Publication
Copyright
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
Content type code
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Table of Cases -- Table of Legislation -- Introduction: Property and Human Rights in a Global Context -- I. Engaging Property with Human Rights: A Clash of Paradigms? -- II. The Concepts of Property -- III. The Reach of Property -- IV. The Reach of Human Rights -- V. Structure of the Book -- 1. Property, Human Rights and Communities -- I. Introduction -- II. Resources Collectively Used by Communities -- III. Communities Defined by Locality -- IV. Collective Resource Use by Communities -- V. Indeterminate and Determinate Communities -- VI. Scope of Human Rights to Property -- VII. Communal Property Rights And Customary Use -- VIII. Communities as Right-holders -- IX. Human Rights to Property for Communities -- X. Implementing the Community's Human Rights to Property -- 2. Cultural Property and Community Rights to Cultural Heritage -- I. Introduction: Cultural Heritage in International Law -- II. The Concept of Cultural Heritage -- III. From Cultural Heritage to Cultural Property -- IV. Cultural Property versus Intellectual Property -- V. Conclusion: Resisting the Privatisation of Everything -- 3. Constitutional Law, Social Justice and the Redistribution of Land -- I. Introduction -- II. Liberal, Socialist and Social Democrat Constitutional Theories at Independence -- III. Judicial Interpretation of the Property Clauses after Independence -- IV. The (Temporary) Decline of Liberalism -- V. Revival of the Liberal Right to Property -- VI. Globalism, Comparative Law and the Right to Property -- VII. Conclusion -- 4. Property in Persons: Prohibiting Contemporary Slavery as a Human Right -- I. Moments in Time -- II. Slavery in International Human Rights Law -- III. Property Law at the Service of a Human Right -- IV. Conclusion -- Appendix
  • 5. Property in Human Bodies, Self-Preservation and Human Rights -- I. Introduction -- II. Human Body, Dignity and Human Rights -- III. The Justification of Property in Human Bodies in Classics -- IV. Property: A Flexible Concept -- V. Re-evaluating the Meanings of Self-ownership -- VI. Conclusion -- 6. Reconciling Lockean Copyright with the Human Right to Education -- I. Introduction -- II. Locke and Copyright -- III. Locke and Human Rights -- IV. Conclusion -- 7. Filling the Institutional Void Between Fundamental Rights and the Legal Purchase of Goods: What Role for Consumocratic Law? -- I. Introduction -- II. The Institutional Void between Fundamental Rights and the Purchase of Goods -- III. What Role for Non-state Labelling Systems? -- IV. Conclusion -- 8. Development, Property and International Investment: The Double-edged Sword of Human Rights -- I. Development and Trade: Markets and Property -- II. Investment, Ownership and Protection of Property -- III. A Property-Human Rights Conflict? A Case Study -- IV. Conclusion -- 9. The Reach of Human Rights -- I. UN Principles -- II. Globalisations and Finance -- III. The Neo-liberal State -- IV. A Case Study: UK Housing -- V. Conclusions -- 10. Communal Property Rights in International Human Rights Instruments: Implications for De Facto Expropriation -- I. Introduction: De Facto Expropriation and the Limits of Expropriation Law -- II. Human Rights and Property Rights: Transcending the Boundaries -- III. Communal Property Rights in Regional Human Rights Instruments -- IV. Conclusion: Implications for De Facto Expropriation -- 11. Property Right to Rural Land in Ethiopia: A Human Rights Perspective -- I. Introduction -- II. Human Right to Land -- III. Current Certification Processes in Ethiopia -- IV. Implications on Women and Pastoralist Communities -- V. Conclusion
  • 12. Customary Land Rights, Indigenous Rights and Land Expropriation in Cameroon: Ecosystem Services as a Possible New Approach in Valuing Compensation -- I. Introduction -- II. 'Value' of Expropriated Forest Land -- III. Compensation and Indigenous Cultures -- IV. The Concept of Ecosystem Services and the Value of Land -- V. 'Just and Equitable' Compensation and Human Rights -- VI. Valuing Compensation for Land Expropriation under Cameroonian Law -- VII. Legality of the Customary Interest in Land -- VIII. Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Index
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC4187331
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
1 online resource (353 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781509901739
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
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UMKC Law: DDA record.
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC4187331
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL4187331
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr11128371
  • (OCoLC)930703387
Label
Property and Human Rights in a Global Context :
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Table of Cases -- Table of Legislation -- Introduction: Property and Human Rights in a Global Context -- I. Engaging Property with Human Rights: A Clash of Paradigms? -- II. The Concepts of Property -- III. The Reach of Property -- IV. The Reach of Human Rights -- V. Structure of the Book -- 1. Property, Human Rights and Communities -- I. Introduction -- II. Resources Collectively Used by Communities -- III. Communities Defined by Locality -- IV. Collective Resource Use by Communities -- V. Indeterminate and Determinate Communities -- VI. Scope of Human Rights to Property -- VII. Communal Property Rights And Customary Use -- VIII. Communities as Right-holders -- IX. Human Rights to Property for Communities -- X. Implementing the Community's Human Rights to Property -- 2. Cultural Property and Community Rights to Cultural Heritage -- I. Introduction: Cultural Heritage in International Law -- II. The Concept of Cultural Heritage -- III. From Cultural Heritage to Cultural Property -- IV. Cultural Property versus Intellectual Property -- V. Conclusion: Resisting the Privatisation of Everything -- 3. Constitutional Law, Social Justice and the Redistribution of Land -- I. Introduction -- II. Liberal, Socialist and Social Democrat Constitutional Theories at Independence -- III. Judicial Interpretation of the Property Clauses after Independence -- IV. The (Temporary) Decline of Liberalism -- V. Revival of the Liberal Right to Property -- VI. Globalism, Comparative Law and the Right to Property -- VII. Conclusion -- 4. Property in Persons: Prohibiting Contemporary Slavery as a Human Right -- I. Moments in Time -- II. Slavery in International Human Rights Law -- III. Property Law at the Service of a Human Right -- IV. Conclusion -- Appendix
  • 5. Property in Human Bodies, Self-Preservation and Human Rights -- I. Introduction -- II. Human Body, Dignity and Human Rights -- III. The Justification of Property in Human Bodies in Classics -- IV. Property: A Flexible Concept -- V. Re-evaluating the Meanings of Self-ownership -- VI. Conclusion -- 6. Reconciling Lockean Copyright with the Human Right to Education -- I. Introduction -- II. Locke and Copyright -- III. Locke and Human Rights -- IV. Conclusion -- 7. Filling the Institutional Void Between Fundamental Rights and the Legal Purchase of Goods: What Role for Consumocratic Law? -- I. Introduction -- II. The Institutional Void between Fundamental Rights and the Purchase of Goods -- III. What Role for Non-state Labelling Systems? -- IV. Conclusion -- 8. Development, Property and International Investment: The Double-edged Sword of Human Rights -- I. Development and Trade: Markets and Property -- II. Investment, Ownership and Protection of Property -- III. A Property-Human Rights Conflict? A Case Study -- IV. Conclusion -- 9. The Reach of Human Rights -- I. UN Principles -- II. Globalisations and Finance -- III. The Neo-liberal State -- IV. A Case Study: UK Housing -- V. Conclusions -- 10. Communal Property Rights in International Human Rights Instruments: Implications for De Facto Expropriation -- I. Introduction: De Facto Expropriation and the Limits of Expropriation Law -- II. Human Rights and Property Rights: Transcending the Boundaries -- III. Communal Property Rights in Regional Human Rights Instruments -- IV. Conclusion: Implications for De Facto Expropriation -- 11. Property Right to Rural Land in Ethiopia: A Human Rights Perspective -- I. Introduction -- II. Human Right to Land -- III. Current Certification Processes in Ethiopia -- IV. Implications on Women and Pastoralist Communities -- V. Conclusion
  • 12. Customary Land Rights, Indigenous Rights and Land Expropriation in Cameroon: Ecosystem Services as a Possible New Approach in Valuing Compensation -- I. Introduction -- II. 'Value' of Expropriated Forest Land -- III. Compensation and Indigenous Cultures -- IV. The Concept of Ecosystem Services and the Value of Land -- V. 'Just and Equitable' Compensation and Human Rights -- VI. Valuing Compensation for Land Expropriation under Cameroonian Law -- VII. Legality of the Customary Interest in Land -- VIII. Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Index
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC4187331
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
1 online resource (353 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781509901739
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
UMKC Law: DDA record.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC4187331
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL4187331
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr11128371
  • (OCoLC)930703387

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