Human Rights Products

  • Irregular Citizenship

    Anti/Deportation and Struggles for Political Subjectivity

    By Peter Nyers

    Deportation has again taken a prominent place within the immigration policies of nation-states. But its significance lies well beyond being an increasingly favored policy option for the managers of migration. Equally important, although less understood, are the social responses to deportation.…

    Paperback – 2018-12-13 

  • Police-Building and the Responsibility to Protect

    Civil society, gender and human rights culture in Oceania

    By Charles Hawksley, Nichole Georgeou

    This book examines how the UN and states provide assistance for the police services of developing states to help them meet their human rights obligations to their citizens, under the responsibility to protect (R2P) provisions. It examines police-capacity building ("police-building")…

    Hardback – 2018-11-30 
    Global Politics and the Responsibility to Protect

  • Humanitarian Protection

    Principles, Law and Practice

    By Simon Robins, Majida Rasul

    This volume takes a humanitarian perspective to protection in conflicts and seeks to introduce the what and the how of doing protection work, and the impact of the new humanitarian politics on its practice. Humanitarian protection lies at the heart of the new prominence of humanitarian action: ‘…

    Paperback – 2018-11-30 

  • Essays on Human Rights

    In Honour of Professor Sir Nigel Rodley and Professor Kevin Boyle

    Edited by Geoff Gilbert, Francoise Hampson

    The Delivery of Human Rights reflects on two overlapping issues in international human rights law: how can existing norms be better implemented and effected, and how can other branches of international law or other international actors be used so as to provide an improved delivery of those norms.…

    Paperback – 2018-11-30 

  • Civil Resistance to State Crime

    By Penny Green, Tony Ward

    A fundamental problem within state crime scholarship surrounds the way in which state violence and corruption come to be defined and labelled as criminal, since states rarely criminalise their own activities. Should ‘crime’ be conceptualized as a legal construct – something defined and punished by…

    Hardback – 2018-11-30 
    Crimes of the Powerful

  • Indigenous Children’s Participation in Law and Policy Development

    ‘Just Ask Us. Come and See Us’

    By Holly Doel-Mackaway

    The participation of Indigenous children and young people, when carried out in a culturally and age-appropriate way and based on free, prior and informed consent, is an invaluable resource capable of empowering children and young people and informing Indigenous related legislation and policy. This…

    Hardback – 2018-11-15 
    Routledge Research in Human Rights Law

  • Truth, Silence and Violence in Emerging States

    Histories of the Unspoken

    Edited by Aidan Russell

    From the era of decolonisation and through the Cold War, emerging states and the communities they sought to rule were shaped by acts of political violence that functioned within ambiguous regimes of silence: secret assassinations, massacres hidden in plain sight, decades through which public…

    Hardback – 2018-11-15 
    Routledge Studies in Human Rights

  • Autonomy of Migration?

    Appropriating Mobility within Biometric Border Regimes

    By Stephan Scheel

    This volume examines how migrants appropriate mobility in the context of biometric border controls.  Drawing from the tension between the EU’s attempt to achieve watertight border controls by means of biometric technologies and migrants’ persistence to move to and live in the EU, the volume&…

    Hardback – 2018-10-30 

  • The Economics of Human Rights

    By Elizabeth M. Wheaton

    Economics plays a key role in human rights issues as decision makers weigh the incentives associated with choosing how to use scarce resources - to commit or escape human rights violence. This textbook provides an introduction to the microeconomic analysis of human rights utilizing economics as a…

    Paperback – 2018-09-28 

  • Preventing Mass Atrocities

    Policies and Practices

    Edited by Barbara Harff, Ted Robert Gurr

    What can be done to warn about and organize political action to prevent genocide and mass atrocities? The international contributors to this volume are either experts or practitioners, often both, who have contributed in substantial ways to analyzing high risk situations, recommending preventive…

    Paperback – 2018-09-13 
    Routledge Studies in Genocide and Crimes against Humanity

  • Refugee News, Refugee Politics

    Journalism, Public Opinion and Policymaking in Europe

    Edited by Giovanna Dell’Orto, Irmgard Wetzstein

    The unprecedented arrival of more than a million refugees, asylum-seekers and migrants – plus the political, public and policy reactions to it – is redefining Europe. The repercussions will last for generations on such central issues as security, national identity, human rights and the very…

    Paperback – 2018-09-13 

  • Hugo Grotius and the Modern Theology of Freedom

    Transcending Natural Rights

    By Jeremy Seth Geddert

    Human rights are thought to guarantee pluralism by protecting individual liberty from imposed religious conceptions of virtue. Yet critics often argue that this secular focus on merely avoiding violations can also enable unfettered individualism and undermine appeals to the common good. This book…

    Paperback – 2018-09-13 
    Routledge Innovations in Political Theory

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