Regionalizing Global Human Rights Norms in Southeast Asia - Sundrijo, Dwi Ardhanariswari
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This book explains how the ASEAN regional human rights body (AICHR) was created and why it functioned with a promotional rather than protection mandate. It does this by positioning itself within a sizable literature on norm diffusion, and introduces the concept of "Norm Interpreters" to explain what happens when global human rights norms are adopted/adapted within a local context, particularly highlighting the role of a group of individuals in the process. In this respect it adds to the International Relations literature on norm diffusion and the Southeast Asian region specific literature on ASEAN regionalism and AICHR.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book explains how the ASEAN regional human rights body (AICHR) was created and why it functioned with a promotional rather than protection mandate. It does this by positioning itself within a sizable literature on norm diffusion, and introduces the concept of "Norm Interpreters" to explain what happens when global human rights norms are adopted/adapted within a local context, particularly highlighting the role of a group of individuals in the process. In this respect it adds to the International Relations literature on norm diffusion and the Southeast Asian region specific literature on ASEAN regionalism and AICHR.
Autorenporträt
Dwi Ardhanariswari Sundrijo is a Lecturer at the Department of International Relations, Universitas Indonesia.
Inhaltsangabe
Chapter 1. Regionalisation of Global Norms on Human Rights in Southeast Asia: Issues and Problems.- Chapter 2. The Norms: Global, Local, and the Newly-Interpreted In-Between.- Chapter 3. Norm Interpreters: Character and Behaviour.- Chapter 4. Policy Network: The Outer Circle with an Insider Status.- Chapter 5. Advocacy Coalition: The Barking Dogs.- Chapter 6. Political Community: The Policymakers.- Chapter 7. Regionalizing Global Human Rights Norms in Southeast Asia: A Lesson Learned.