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[Lawyers Committee for Human Rights]. Human Rights and the World Bank in Indones…

[Lawyers Committee for Human Rights]. Human Rights and the World Bank in Indones

[Lawyers Committee for Human Rights]. Human Rights and the World Bank in Indonesia, In the Name of Development, A Joint Report of the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights and the Institute for Policy Research and Advocacy (ELSAM). New York, The Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, 1995. 23cm x 15.2cm. II, 142 pages. Original Softcover. Very good condition with only minor signs of wear. [The Lawyers Committee for Human Rights].

Includes for Example:
Examination of human rights violations associated with two world bank-financed efforts in Indonesia – the Kedung Ombo Dam Project in Central Java and a series of family planning loans/ the bank, as a public institution, owes an extra measure of care when supporting and participating in activities likely to involve human rights concerns and when working in a country with a poor human rights record/ restrictive rights environment, such as that existing in Indonesia, can undermine the effectiveness of the bank’s development activities, as well as the bank’s ability to assess that effectiveness/ the Indonesian Government’s view of human rights/ human rights in Indonesia/ freedom of expression and opinion/ freedom of association/ the Kedung Ombo Dam/ compensation: lack of “Musyawarah”/ intimidation and terror/ appeal to the Courts/ “The Brussels Incident”/ Supreme Court Decisions/ Family Planning/ Legal Protection of the Reproductive Rights/ role of the World Bank/ East Timor etc.

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Human Rights and the World Bank in Indonesia
Human Rights and the World Bank in Indonesia