Human Rights and Development: Towards Mutual Reinforcement

This volume addresses “highly specific but crucial aspects of the human rights and development interface, including the economics of social rights; land rights and women’s empowerment; child labor and access to education; reform of legal and judicial systems; the human rights role of the private sector; and building human rights into development planning, especially the Poverty Reduction Strategy process.” For more on Human Rights and Development: Towards Mutual Reinforcement, see full description at Oxford University Press.

This volume arose out of a high level Conference on Human Rights and Development: Towards Mutual Reinforcement organized by the Center in collaboration with the Ethical Globalization Initiative in 2004.