|Title||New directions in feminism and human rights|
|Author||edited by Dana Collins, Sylvanna M. Falcon, Sharmila Lodhia and Molly Talcott|
|Imprint||London : Routledge, 2011|
|Descript||x, 232p. : ill, map ; 25 cm|
Looking back, moving forward: human rights at a crossroads? -- New directions in feminism and human rights: an introduction. -- Finding each other's hearts: intercultural relations and the drive to prosecute sexual violence during the internal armed conflict in Peru. -- Between the human, the citizen and the tribal: reading feminist politics in India's Northeast. -- Claiming health and culture as human rights: Yakama feminism in daily practice. -- Carceral protectionism and multi-professional anti-trafficking human rights work in the Netherlands. -- US sex trafficking, women's human rights and the politics of representation. -- The cultural politics of lesbian asylum: Angelina Maccarone's unveiled (2005) and the case of the lesbian asylum-seeker. -- Discourses of equality, rights and Islam in the one million signatures campaign in Iran. -- From developmentalism to the HIV/AIDS crisis: the amplification of women's rights in Lesotho. -- Revolution through trial and error: excerpts from a speech by scholar-activist. -- Critical representation within 'Cultures of domination': an interview with filmmaker. -- Grassroots voices, global issues: an interview with democracy now!'s. -- Filipinas, gender and human rights violence: a report from the field. -- We have an obligation to speak about human rights: an interview with informativo Pacifica's. -- Human rights should encompass everything: an interview with uprising's.
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