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Kenny - When Needs Are Rights

Kenny - When Needs Are Rights

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Paper on integration of human rights into UN humanitarian work
Paper on integration of human rights into UN humanitarian work

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Occasional Paper #38
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Karen Kenny
 
iiOccasional Papers is a series published byThe Thomas J. Watson Jr.Institute for International StudiesBrown University, Box 19702 Stimson AvenueProvidence, RI 02912USATelephone: (401) 863-2809Fax: (401) 863-1270E-mail: IIS@Brown.eduhttp://www.brown.edu/Departments/Watson_Institute/Thomas J. Biersteker, Ph.D., DirectorFrederick F. Fullerton, Writer/EditorStatements of fact or opinions are solely those of the authors; theirpublication does not imply endorsement by the Thomas J. Watson Jr.Institute for International Studies.Copyright 2000 by the Thomas J. Watson Jr. Institute for Interna-tional Studies. All rights reserved under International and PanAmerican Convention. No part of this report may be reproduced byany other means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopy,recording, or any information storage and retrieval system, withoutprior written permission from the publisher. All inquiries should beaddressed to Publications Group, Thomas J. Watson Jr. Institute forInternational Studies.
 
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Foreword..............................................................................vAcronyms............................................................................xiExecutive Summary.........................................................xv1. The Setting.......................................................................12. Policy..............................................................................133. Operations......................................................................274. Interagency Relations...................................................415. Leadership......................................................................57Notes...................................................................................69Appendix I: Mandate of the High Commissionerfor Human Rights...................................81Appendix II: About the Author andthe Research Institutions..........................83

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