Ethics in action : the ethical challenges of international human rights nongovernmental organizations /

This book aims to delineate major ethical challenges faced by human rights INGOs.

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Bell, Daniel 1964-, Coicaud, Jean-Marc.
Format: eBook
Published: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2007.
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Table of Contents:
  • The pornography of poverty : a cautionary fundraising tale / Bette Plewes and Rieky Stuart
  • An imperfect process : funding human rights--a case study / Mona Younis
  • Transformational development as the key to housing rights / Steven Weir
  • Human rights INGOs, the north-south gap : the challenge of normative and empirical learning / Bonny Ibhawoh
  • Dilemmas facing INGOs in coalition-occupied Iraq / Lyal Sunga
  • Human rights in action : supporting human rights work in authoritarian countries / Birgit Lindsnaes, Hans-Otto Sano, and Hatla Thelle
  • Driving without a map : implementing legal projects in China aimed at improving human rights / Sophia Woodman
  • Normative compliance and hard bargaining : China's strategies and tactics in response to international human rights criticism / Sun Zhe
  • Defending economic, social and cultural rights : practical issues faced by an international human rights organization / Kenneth Roth
  • Thinking through social and economic rights / Neera Chandhoke
  • Amnesty International and economic, social and cultural rights / by Curt Goering
  • Moral priorities for international human rights NGOs / Thomas W. Pogge
  • The problem of doing good in a world that isn't : reflections on the ethical challenges facing INGOs / Joseph H. Carens
  • Conclusion: International NGOs as collective mobilization of transnational solidarity : implications for human rights work at the United Nations / Jean-Marc Coicaud.