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Draft Guiding Principles on Human Rights and Extreme Poverty:

Independent Expert on human rights and extreme poverty - Expert Seminar: Extreme Poverty and Human Rights, United Nations, Geneva 23-24 February 2007

Contributions to the Seminar

- Final report submitted by José Bengoa, coordinator of the ad hoc group of experts, submitted to the Sub-Commission

- Combating poverty as a human rights issue in Belgium by Prof. dr. Idesbald NICAISE and Mrs Françoise De Boe

- Outline of the Presentation by S. R. Osmani, University of Ulster, UK

- Recognized and Violated by International Law: The Human Rights of the Global Poor by Thomas Pogge

- Poverty and Human Rights by Thomas Pogge

- Comments for seminar - Peter Townsend

- Attacking Poverty: What is the Value Added of a Human Rights Approach? by Ravi Kanbur

- Implementing Human Rights-Based Development: Some preliminary evidence from Malawi by Dan Banik, University of Oslo

- Human Rights and Legal Empowerment of the Poor, by Bård A. Andreassen, Norwegian Centre for Human rights, University of Oslo

- Statement by Moraene Roberts, United Kingdom, International Movement ATD Fourth World

- Contribution of the International Federation of Social Workers

- World Organisation Against Torture:

. Presentation
. Study on Poverty, inequality and violence: the economic, social and cultural root causes of violence, including torture, a human rights perspective

 
 
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