Half Title Page.
List of Figures and Tables.
Notes on the Editors and Contributors.
1: Theoretical Issues and Methodology.
2: Human Rights Research and Theory.
3: Pleading for a New History of Human Rights.
4: Universalism and Relativism.
5: Governance and Human Rights.
6: Mainstreaming Human Rights: Assessing the Impact of 60 Years of International Human Rights Law.
7: The Interaction between International Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights Law.
8: International Relations Theories and Human Rights.
9: The Two Covenants and the Evolution of Human Rights.
10: Physical Integrity and Human Rights.
11: Human Rights Measurement.
12: Social Science, Methods and Human Rights.
13: Norms and Standards.
14: Asymmetric Non-International Violent Conflicts: Challenges to the Protection of Human Rights.
15: National Security, Counterterrorism and Human Rights: Anticipating the Real Threat of Terrorism.
16: Climate Change and Human Rights.
17: Migration, Refugees, Asylum and Uprooted Peoples' Rights.
18: The Human Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
19: The Human Rights of Gays, Lesbians, Bisexual and Transgender People.
20: Human Rights, Women and Gender.
21: Inclusion versus Exclusion.
22: Human Rights Defenders and Activism.
23: Non-State Actors in Human Rights Promotion.
24: Business, Trade and Human Rights.
25: Communication and New Technology.
26: Human Rights in Popular Culture.
27: Making Human Rights Visible through Photography and Film.
28: Human Rights and Art.
29: Human Rights in Literature.
30: States, Superheroes and Storytellers: Human Rights through Comics and Graphic Novels.
31: Music and Human Rights.
32: Human Rights and Celebrities.
33: Human Rights in International Sports.
1: Human Rights Mechanisms.
2: The United Nations Human Rights System: The Genesis and Role of the Human Rights Council and the High Commissioner for Human Rights.
3: The African Regional Human Rights System.
4: The Inter-American System of Human Rights.
5: The League of Arab States and Human Rights.
6: Human Rights Systems in the Asia-Pacific.
7: European Human Rights System.
8: The European Convention on Human Rights and the Protection of Socio-Economic Demands.
9: National Human Rights Institutions.
10: Human Rights Cities.
11: Global Justice and Accountability.
12: The Extension and Legalization of Human Rights.
13: Domestic Courts and International Human Rights.
14: Human Rights in Accountability Processes: A Look at Ad Hoc Hybrid Criminal Courts.
15: International Jurisdiction.
16: From Humanitarian Intervention to the Responsibility to Protect: Old Wine in a New Bottle or the Progressive Development of International Law?.
17: Peace, Reconciliation and Sustainability.
18: Awareness, Learning and Education in Human Rights.
19: “Fact-Based Storytelling” or Fact-Based Activism? Tensions, Strategies and Next Steps of Human Rights and Journalism.
20: Prevention and Human Rights.
21: Peacebuilding and Human Rights.
22: Transitional Justice and Human Rights.
23: Human Rights, Memory and Reconciliation: Korea–Japan Relations.
24: People, Power and Property.
25: People's Power and Participation.
26: Human Right to Development.
27: Intellectual Property Rights.
28: Future Directions.
29: Social Change and Human Rights.
30: Universal Human Rights and States’ International Responsibility.
31: The Environment and Human Rights.
32: Reconceptualizing Human Rights Duty-Bearers.