Mar 01, 2011 · Abstract. This article describes and explains the historical and current emphasis on human rights as a foreign policy issue in The Netherlands. Whilst human rights have, in the past decades, had a central place in Dutch foreign policy, they hardly figure in political and societal discourse on pressing domestic social problems. RIGHTS FOR OTHERS Rights for Others is an empirical study of what happens when inter- national human rights are applied domestically in the Netherlands. Oomen, Barbara Rights for others: the slow home-coming of human rights in the Netherlands / Barbara Oomen, University College Roosevelt, Utrecht University and University of Amsterdam. Cambridge, United Kingdom New York: Cambridge University Press, 2014 xii, 229 pages 24 cm; text rdacontent; unmediated rdamedia; volume rdacarrier. See for a more extensive discussion B. Oomen, Rights for others: the slow home-coming of human rights in the Netherlands, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2014,.
These circumstances account for a legal culture and a political practice in which rights play a minor role Barbara Oomen 2014: Rights for Others: The Slow Home-Coming of Human Rights in the Netherlands. chs. 2 and 3, Cambridge University Press. The. Rights for Others is an empirical study of what happens when international human rights are applied domestically in The Netherlands. It tracks recent debates in Dutch society on citizenship and the rights of immigrants, and analyses the shift from the perception of human rights as a 'foreign policy concern' to the slow processes of homecoming in what has traditionally been a left-wing society.
When it concerns international legislation definitely not, as the Dutch seem to love using a human rights as a yardstick. Nationally, however, a lot of progress is still to be made. B. Oomen, Rights for others: the slow home-coming of human rights in the Netherlands, Cambridge, 2014. 2011. “Small Places: The home-coming of human rights in the Netherlands.” Inaugural lecture, 2 December 2011, Utrecht University Roosevelt Academy In Middelburg. Oomen, Barbara. 2013. Rights for Others: The Slow Home-Coming of Human Rights in the Netherlands. Cambridge University Press. Oomen, Barbara and Berg, Esther van den. 2014. In this inaugural lecture on the sociology of human rights, Barbara Oomen sets out a model for understanding how human rights acquire meaning in such places. Next to the laws involved, like the. April 25, 2014: Barbara Oomen Univ. Collge Roosevelt & Utrecht Univ. - Law, Rights for others: the slow home-coming of human rights in the Netherlands; May 2, 2014: Markus Gehring Univ. of Cambridge - Law, International Law and the Global Green Economy.
Oomen, B. 2014. The Rights of Others: The slow home-coming of human rights in the Netherlands. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press; Oomen, B. 2014. The application of socio-legal theories of legal pluralism to understanding the implementation and integration of human rights law. European Journal of Human Rights Law/Journal européen des droits de l’homme, 20144, 471-495. Oomen, B.. Jun 12, 2018 · Rights for Others: The Slow Home-Coming of Human Rights in the Netherlands. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Google Scholar. The Political Sociology of Human Rights Cambridge University Press, 2015. Oomen, Barbara. Rights for Others: The Slow Home-Coming of Human Rights in the Netherlands.
Barbara Oomen 2014 Rights for Others: The Slow Home-Coming of Human Rights in the Netherlands. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 229 pagina’s, ISBN 9781107041837. Citation. Human and Peoples’ Rights Cambridge University Press, 2015. Oomen, Barbara. Rights for Others: The Slow Home-Coming of Human Rights in the Netherlands Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014. Palmer, Nicola. Courts in Conflict: Interpreting the Layers of Justice in Post-Genocide Rwanda Oxford University Press, 2015. 5. project ‘The added value of human rights’ on human rights cities, and the former chair of the Netherlands Platform on Human Rights Education. Her research concentrates on the interaction between law and society, and she is the author of Rights for Others: the slow home-coming of human rights in the Netherlands Cambridge University Press, 2014.
Barbara Margreta Oomen. She is chair in the Sociology of Human Rights at Utrecht University, and previously held a chair in Legal Pluralism at the University of Amsterdam. Until July 2016 she was the Dean of University College Roosevelt, one of the first Liberal Arts and Sciences colleges in the Netherlands. Jacobs, Antoine, Labour law in the Netherlands, 2nd ed., Kluwer Law International, 2015. Oomen, Barbara, Rights for Others: the Slow Home-coming of Human Rights in the Netherlands. Cambridge University Press, 2014. Rights for others: The slow home-coming of human rights in the Netherlands. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development OECD 2009.
Zo publiceerde zij Rights for Others: the slow home-coming of human rights in the Netherlands waarin zij betoogde dat mensenrechten in Nederland van oudsher vooral een exportproduct waren.  Ook deed Oomen uitgebreid empirisch onderzoek naar de invloed van de SGP-zaken op de positie van vrouwen in gereformeerde kring. Rights for Others: The Slow Home-Coming of Human Rights in the Netherlands Barbara Oomen ISBN 9781107041837 Published November 2013 Cambridge University Press. Oomen, Rights for Others, 2013, Buch, 978-1-107-04183-7. Bücher schnell und portofrei. Jun 15, 2018 · Journal of Law and Society, 314, 457–481. CrossRef Google Scholar. Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights, 311, 41–73. CrossRef Google Scholar. Oomen, B. 2014. Rights for Others: The Slow Home-Coming of Human Rights in the Netherlands. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Google Scholar. Seeman, M. 1959. On The Meaning of. to being lectured about human rights themselves, as Barbara Oomen has shown: “Whilst human rights [are] a cornerstone of Dutch foreign policies, they [are] deemed less suitable as yardstick for domestic affairs.” 11 The Netherlands, Oomen holds, “historically considered human rights as an export product.” 12 Moreover, as the Dutch.
1. Introduction: the promise and challenges of human rights cities Barbara Oomen Part I. Actors and their Shifting Capacities: 2. Cities, human rights and accountability: the United States experience Martha F. Davis 3. Making human rights the talk of the town: civil society and human rights cities, a case study of the Netherlands Esther van den. Human rights were seen as ‘rights for others,’ as Barbara Oomen has convincingly shown, and were hardly applied within the Dutch borders. 27 Elsewhere I have analysed how Dutch disability activists have since the 1980s tried to frame disability as a human rights issue, but until recently this framing has not been very successful. 28.
• Oomen, Barbara. Chiefs in South Africa: Law, Power & Culture in the Post-Apartheid Era. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. • Oomen, Barbara. “Group Rights in Post-Apartheid South Africa: The Case of the Traditional Leaders.” Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law. 44 1999: pp.73-103. • Oomen, Barbara. 2. Freedom to manifest one’s religion or beliefs shall be subject only to limitations as are prescribed by law and are necessary in a democratic society in the interests of public safety, for the protection of public order, health or morals, or for the protection of the rights and freedoms of others.”. " Pablo de Greiff, ‘Some Thoughts on the Development and Present State of Transitional Justice,’ Journal for Human Rights 52 2011: 98–128; Iavor Rangelov and Ruti Teitel, ‘Global Civil Society and Transitional Justice,’ in Global Civil Society 2011: Globality and the Absence of Justice, ed. Hakan Seckinelgin and Billy Wong London. Jun 12, 2019 · J. Donnelly, Universal human rights in theory and practice. New York: Cornell University Press, 2013; B. Oomen, Barbara. Rights for others: The slow home-coming of human rights in the Netherlands Cambridge University Press, 2014. S. Cambridge Studies in Law and Society. Rights for Others The Slow Home-Coming of Human Rights in the Netherlands Barbara Oomen Universiteit van Amsterdam.
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Rights for Others is an empirical study of what happens when international human rights are applied domestically in The Netherlands. It tracks recent debates in Dutch society on citizenship and the rights of immigrants, and analyses the shift from the perception of human rights as a 'foreign policy concern' to the slow processes of homecoming in what has traditionally been a left-wing society, but now includes. This is something also acknowledged by one of the pioneers of the field, Barbara Oomen, in her book Rights for Others. [II] Oomen sets out to explore the Dutch national policy on human rights and focuses mainly on the Dutch parliament. I decided to use her book as a starting point to look at the role of human rights in de Dutch ministries.
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