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The Making of International Human Rights: The 1960s, Decolonization, and the Reconstruction of Global Values
Introduction 1. 'Power carries its own conviction': the early rise and fall of human rights, 1945-60 2. 'The problem of freedom': the United Nations and decolonization, 1960-1 3. From Jamaica withExpand
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Scaling-up the HIV / AIDS response: from alignment and harmonisation to mutual accountability.
Without greater mutual accountability among all stakeholders lack of harmonisation will continue to cost lives. The international community reiterated its commitment to Universal Access to HIV/AIDSExpand
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Assessing the Impact of a Human Rights-Based Approach across a Spectrum of Change for Women's, Children's, and Adolescents' Health.
Global momentum around women's, children's, and adolescents' health, coupled with the ambitious and equalizing agenda of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), has exposed a tension between theExpand
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Inequality and Post-War International Organization: Discrimination, the World Social Situation and the United Nations, 1948–1957
Since its creation in 1945, the United Nations has been an important site for global inequality politics. This chapter explores the dynamics between inequality and international organization focusingExpand
Decolonization: The Black Box of Human Rights?
In 2007, Reza Afshari published a remarkable article in Human Rights Quarterly. It marked a turning point for the new human rights historiography that has emerged over the last decade, but it has notExpand
Histories of Global Inequality: Introduction
This chapter introduces the edited volume Histories of Global Inequality: New Perspectives. It makes a seminal contribution to the current research field of the history of global inequality in threeExpand