21 avril 2017

REVUE : International Journal of Human Rights (vol. 21, n°4, 2017)

Catherine MAIA

The n°4 of the volume 21 of the International Journal of Human Rights is out with a special issue on "Social-Environmental Conflicts, Extractivism and Human Rights in Latin America".

Malayna Raftopoulos, Contemporary debates on social-environmental conflicts, extractivism and human rights in Latin America
Joanna Morley, ‘ … Beggars sitting on a sack of gold’: Oil exploration in the Ecuadorian Amazon as buen vivir and sustainable development
Radosław Powęska, State-led extractivism and the frustration of indigenous self-determined development: lessons from Bolivia
Rickard Lalander, Ethnic rights and the dilemma of extractive development in plurinational Bolivia
Marieke Riethof, The international human rights discourse as a strategic focus in socio-environmental conflicts: the case of hydro-electric dams in Brazil
John-Andrew McNeish, Extracting justice? Colombia’s commitment to mining and energy as a foundation for peace

Aucun commentaire :

Enregistrer un commentaire