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e-Book The Future of Human Rights Impact Assessments of Trade Agreements (School of Human Rights Research) download

e-Book The Future of Human Rights Impact Assessments of Trade Agreements (School of Human Rights Research) download

by Simon Walker

ISBN: 9050959865
ISBN13: 978-9050959865
Language: English
Publisher: Intersentia (November 1, 2009)
Pages: 252
Category: Social Sciences
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Simon Walker, ‘Assessment of CAFTA: The Impact of Intellectual Property Protection on the Right to Health and Related Rights in Costa Rica’ contained in the book ’The Future of Human Rights Impact Assessments of Trade Agreements’ (Intersenta 2009)

Simon Walker, ‘Assessment of CAFTA: The Impact of Intellectual Property Protection on the Right to Health and Related Rights in Costa Rica’ contained in the book ’The Future of Human Rights Impact Assessments of Trade Agreements’ (Intersenta 2009). It considers the impact of the intellectual property provisions of the Central American Free Trade Agreement on the right to health in Costa Rica. It is an ex ante assessment which utilises economic modelling, causal-chain analysis and expert judgment to assess impact on the right to health.

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Human rights NGOs and academics, as well as governments, should lead the way in the future. It develops a step-by-step process to identify the human impacts of trade before trade pacts are finalized. The Future of Human Rights Impact Assessments of Trade Agreements i In an age of globalization, free trade should be synonymous with prosperity for all. Yet too often, small farmers, indigenous peoples, people with HIV, and others are left out of the picture.

Human Rights Impact Assessment (HRIA) is an instrument for examining policies, legislation, programs and projects to identify and measure their effects on human rights

Human Rights Impact Assessment (HRIA) is an instrument for examining policies, legislation, programs and projects to identify and measure their effects on human rights. HRIAs provide a reasoned, sup-ported and comprehensive answer to the question of how does the project, policy or intervention affect human rights? Their fundamental purpose is to help prevent negative effects and to maximize positive effects. As such, HRIAs are an indispensable part of making human rights considerations operational in a range of legal and policy contexts.

The process works, but more efforts are needed to make sure such assessments of trade policies become standard practice

This book proposes a new way to make free trade work for all people. The process works, but more efforts are needed to make sure such assessments of trade policies become standard practice. Human rights NGOs and academics, as well as governments, should lead the way in the future.

Gabrielle et al, ‘Human Rights Impact Assessment in Practice: Oxfam’s Application of a. .

Gabrielle et al, ‘Human Rights Impact Assessment in Practice: Oxfam’s Application of a Community-based Approach’ (2013) 31:2 Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal 118. Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business, Institute for Human Rights and Business and Danish Institute for Human Rights, Myanmar Oil & Gas Sector Wide Impact Assessment (Yangon: MCRB, IHRB and DIHR, 2014). Harrison, note 9; Harrison, note 16; Walker, Simon, The Future of Human Rights Impact Assessments of Trade Agreements (Antwerp: Intersentia, 2009); World Bank and Nordic Trust Fund, note 15.

The Value of Mainstreaming Human Rights into Health Impact Assessment. Health impact assessment (HIA) is increasingly being used to predict the health and social impacts of domestic and global laws, policies and programs.

43 Pages Posted: 24 Oct 2009 Last revised: 15 Nov 2009. See all articles by Alessa Goller. Goller, Alessa and Harrison, James, Trade and Human Rights: What Does 'Impact Assessment' Have to Offer? (October 23, 2008). com/abstract 1493295. affiliation not provided to SSRN. James Harrison (Contact Author).

In an age of globalization, free trade should be synonymous with prosperity for all. Yet too often, small farmers, indigenous peoples, people with HIV, and others are left out of the picture. This book proposes a new way to make free trade work for all people. It examines how trade pacts can benefit people, but can also threaten their basic human rights to access food, medicines, and education, or to protect their cultural heritage. It develops a step-by-step process to identify the human impacts of trade before trade pacts are finalized. A case study examines the impact of a US-Central American trade agreement on access to medicines in Costa Rica, to demonstrate how the step-by-step process works in practice. The process works, but more efforts are needed to make sure such assessments of trade policies become standard practice. Human rights NGOs and academics, as well as governments, should lead the way in the future. The Future of Human Rights Impact Assessments of Trade Agreements is important for all people who believe that globalization can do more, not just for corporations and the economy, but for everyone, even the poorest.
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