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Use two or three sources from reading 1-4

Reading
1) Kiyoteru Tsutsui, Claire Whitlinger, and Alwyn Lim, “International Human Rights Law and Social Movements: States’ Resistance and Civil Society’s Insistence”, Annual Review of Law and Social Science 8 (2012): 367-396.

2) David Chandler, New Rights for Old Cosmopolitan Citizenship and the Critique of State Sovereignty , Political Studies, Vol. 51, No. 2, 2003, pp.339-356.

3)Friedman, Elisabeth Jay (2003) Gendering the agenda: the impact of the transnational women s rights movement at the UN Conferences of the 1990s Women s Studies International Forum. 26:4, pp. 313-331.

4)Marlies Glasius, Expertise in the cause of justice: global civil society influence on the statute for an international criminal court. In: Glasius, Marlies, Kaldor, Mary and Anheier, Helmut K., (eds.) Global Civil Society Yearbook (OUP, 2002). Available at: www.gcsknowledgebase.org/wp-content/uploads/2002chapter61.pdf.

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5)Nicola Perugini and Neve Gordon, The Human Right to Dominate (Oxford, 2015) – chapter 2 “The Threat of Human Rights” .

6)Mutua, Makau W. “Savages, victims, and saviors: the metaphor of human rights.” Harvard International Law Journal 42.1 (2001): 201-245.

7)Michael Barnett and Kathryn Sikkink, “From international relations to global society”, The Oxford Handbook of Political Science (OUP, 2011).

8)Drainville, Andr . “The fetishism of global civil society: global governance, transnational urbanism and sustainable capitalism in the world economy.” Transnationalism from below (1998): 35-63.

9)Skard, Torild. “Getting our history right: How were the equal rights of women and men included in the Charter of the United Nations .” In Forum for Development Studies, vol. 35, no. 1, pp. 37-60. 2008.

10)Ir ne Bellier and Martin Pr aud, “Emerging issues in indigenous rights: Transformative effects of the recognition of indigenous peoples.” International Journal of Human Rights (2012) 16(3), 474 488.

11)Martha Finnemore and Kathryn Sikkink, International Norm Dynamics and Political Change, International Organization,. 52, no. 4 (1998): 887-917

12)Willetts, P., Non-Governmental Organisations in World Politics the Construction of Global Governance, Routledge, London: 2011.