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The transformation of human rights fact-finding

Autores adicionales: Alston, Philip -- editor | Knuckey, Sarah -- editor
Publicado por : Oxford University Press (New York) Detalles físicos: xii, 549 páginas : ilustraciones ISBN:9780190239480; 9780190239497. Año : 2015
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The transformation of human rights fact-finding : challenges and opportunities / Philip Alston and Sarah Knuckey -- Do facts exist, can they be 'found', and does it matter? / Frédéric Mégret -- International human rights fact-finding praxis : a TWAIL perspective / Obiora C. Okafor -- Human rights fact-finding and the reproduction of hierarchies / Dustin N. Sharp -- The gender politics of fact-finding in the context of the women, peace and security agenda / Fionnuala Ní Aoláin -- Fact-finding missions, legal clinics, and the politics of legal knowledge / Daniel Bonilla -- The relationship between fact-finders and witnesses in human rights fact-finding : what place for the victims? / Théo Boutruche -- "The danger of a single story" : introducing intersectionality in fact-finding / Shreya Atrey -- Victims and witnesses in fact-finding commissions : pawns or principal pieces? / Rosette Muzigo-Morrison -- The complex truth of testimony : a case study of human rights fact-finding in Iraq / Daniel Rothenberg -- Implications of trauma on testimonial evidence in international criminal trials / Laura Marschner -- Commissions of inquiry and the charm of international criminal law : between transactional and authoritative approaches / Larissa van den Herik and Catherine Harwood -- The interaction between human rights fact-finding and international criminal proceedings : towards a (new) typology / Carsten Stahn and Dov Jacobs -- "Truth without facts" : on the erosion of the fact-finding function of truth commissions / Pablo de Greiff -- Human rights fact-finding in the shadows of America's solitary confinement prisons / Taylor Pendergrass -- A conceptual roadmap for social science methods in human rights fact-finding / Margaret L. Satterthwaite and Justin C. Simeone -- Numbers are only human : lessons for human rights practitioners from the quantitative literacy movement / Brian Root -- Investigating economic, social, and cultural rights violations / Allison Corkery -- Democratizing human rights fact-finding / Molly K. Land -- The bigness of big data : samples, models, and the facts we might find when looking at data / Patrick Ball -- Mobile phones, social media, and big data in human rights fact-finding : possibilities, challenges, and limitations / Jay D. Aronson -- Remote sensing as a tool for human rights fact-finding / Susan R. Wolfinbarger -- Big (crisis) data : humanitarian fact-finding with advanced computing / Patrick Meier -- International norms in human rights fact-finding / Diane Orentlicher -- Developing norms of professional practice in the domain of monitoring, reporting, and fact-finding / Rob Grace and Claude Bruderlein.

"Fact-finding is at the heart of human rights advocacy, and is often at the center of international controversies about alleged government abuses. In recent years, human rights fact-finding has greatly proliferated and become more sophisticated and complex, while also being subjected to stronger scrutiny from governments. Nevertheless, despite the prominence of fact-finding, it remains strikingly under-studies and under-theorized. Too little has been done to bring forth the assumptions, methodologies, and techniques of this rapidly developing field, or to open human rights fact-finding to critical and constructive scrutiny. The Transformation of Human Rights Fact-Finding offers a multidisciplinary approach to the study of fact-finding with rigorous and critical analysis of the field of practice, while providing a range of accounts of what actually happens. It deepens the study and practice of human rights investigations, and fosters fact-finding as a discretely studied topic, while mapping crucial transformations in the field. Engaging the expertise and experience of the editors and contributing authors, it offers a broad approach encompassing contemporary issues and analysis across the human rights spectrum in law, international relations, and critical theory. This book addresses the major areas of human rights fact-finding such as victim and witness issues; fact-finding for advocacy, enforcement, and litigation; the role of interdisciplinary expertise and methodologies; crowd sourcing, social media, and big data; and international guidelines for fact-finding"--Unedited summary from book cover.

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