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NGOs and Human Rights Promotion: Socialisation, Framing, and the Case of West Papua
(University of Canterbury. Political Science, 2008)
Recent developments in international relations have seen dramatic increases in the number and activities of human rights non-governmental organisations (NGOs). This has inspired research that seeks to explain processes of ...
Humanitarian Intervention, Refugee Protection, and the Place of Humanitarianism in International Relations
(University of Canterbury. Political and Social Sciences, 2012)
In taking into account the vast body of literature that exists on the topic of international humanitarianism, this thesis aims to provide a contribution to the field by way of an analysis of the dubious manner in which ...
Utopia or Reality? The Implementation of a Human Rights-Based Approach to the New Partnership for Africa's Development
(University of Canterbury. Political Science and Communication, 2006)
The intention of this thesis is to assess the World Bank's SAPs as the principal economic impediment to implementing an RBA to NEPAD. This assessment is sought to contribute to calculating the feasibility for implementation. ...