Monday, January 11, 2010

Sinha: Global Governance, Human Rights and Development

Manoj K. Sinha (National Univ. of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata) has published Global Governance, Human Rights and Development (Satyam Law International 2009). Contents include:
  • Ved P. Nanda, Good Governance and Human Rights, With Special Emphasis on the Control of Corruption
  • Sandy Ghandhi, International Human Rights Law: Origins, Governance and Education
  • Thomas Fues, Human Rights and Global Governance
  • Manoj Kumar Sinha, The Right to Development in Africa: Issues and Challenges
  • S.R.S. Bedi, Global Governance and the International Criminal Court in the Perspective of Human Dignity
  • Katerina Novotna, Joint Criminal Enterprise – Amorphous Concept or Viable Model for Prosecution of Crimes Under International Law?
  • Noëlle Quénivet, The Responsibility to Protect: an Empty Concept for Darfur?
  • Mohammed Saif-Alden Wattad, A Vision of Citizenship: Arabs in a Jewish & Democratic State
  • D.E. Fisher, Sustainability, Globalisation and the Law
  • Gianfranco Tamburelli, Notes on Democratization Processes of Environmental Law-Making
  • U.C. Jha, Environmental Governance: Corruption and Access to Information
  • Scott J. Shackelford, In the Name of Efficiency: The Role of Permanent Lok Adalats in the Indian Justice System and Power Infrastructure