Essays about: "norm promotion"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 12 essays containing the words norm promotion.

  1. 1. Sex, Love and Moral Control: Exploring the effectiveness and limitations of international and regional human rights law relevant to SOGIESC diverse groups in the quest to invalidate Zimbabwe’s “sodomy” law

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Juridiska institutionen; Lunds universitet/Juridiska fakulteten

    Author : Farai Irene Chikwanha; [2019]
    Keywords : Zimbabwe; SOGIESC; sex; same-sex attracted persons; sodomy; carnal intercourse against the order of nature; international human rights law; regional human rights law; comparative law; human rights; privacy; equality; non-discrimination; dignity; consensual; morality; Law and Political Science;

    Abstract : “Only in the most technical sense is this a case about who may penetrate whom where. At a practical and symbolical level it is about the status, moral citizenship and sense of self-worth of a significant section of the community. READ MORE

  2. 2. Humanitarian Assistance or ‘Association With Terrorists’? How U.S Antiterrorism Financing Policy De-Limit Humanitarian Organizations: A Disciplinary Power Analysis

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

    Author : Zakarias Nissen; [2019]
    Keywords : Global War on Terror; Humanitarian principles; Humanitarian organizations; Disciplinary power; USAID; non-association; Discourse; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : In this thesis, the power dynamics underpinning the relationship between USAIDfunded humanitarian organizations and U.S governmental agencies – in relation to the Global War on Terror (GWoT) - are critically investigated. To this end, a Foucauldian lens of ’disciplinary power’ is utilized to uncover U. READ MORE

  3. 3. Normative or Power? Genealogical analysis of citizens' rights promotion within the EU visa liberalisation policy

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

    Author : Nijat Eldarov; [2019]
    Keywords : European Union; normative power; visa liberalisation; power relations; critical security studies.; Law and Political Science;

    Abstract : Since 2008, the European Union requires the candidate and neighbourhood countries to undertake reforms in the field of citizens’ rights, including protection of minorities in order to give their nationals access to the Schengen area for the short-term stays. However, within the visa liberalisation procedure, the European Union has demonstrated ambivalence in monitoring the implementation of these normative reforms. READ MORE

  4. 4. EU FIRST? Examining the Promotion of Sustainable Development in EU Trade Agreements with Singapore and Vietnam

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

    Author : Julia Setterberg; [2018-06-21]
    Keywords : European Union; trade policy; ASEAN; Vietnam; Singapore; sustainable development; multilateralism; normative power; self-interested actor; norm promotion; trade agreements; bilateral;

    Abstract : This dissertation aims to determine why the EU is promoting sustainable development as a value in its Free Trade Agreements (FTAs), but also to examine what kind of an actor the EU is in international relations. Since the 2015 Trade for All strategy, the EU has included sustainable development as a key objective in its trade strategy and one way of doing this is by adding a Trade and Sustainable Development (TSD) chapter in its FTAs. READ MORE

  5. 5. Shit Matters! Assessing sociocultural barriers and opportunities for upscaling adoption of human faeces derived fertilizers in central Uganda

    University essay from Lunds universitet/LUCSUS

    Author : Elina Persson; Therese Hågerup; [2018]
    Keywords : nutrient recovered faecal sludge; soil infertility; sociocultural norms; IBM-WASH; diffusion of innovations; Uganda; sustainability science; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : Nutrient recovered faecal sludge is a novel alternative fertilizer product, and is proposed to be promoted in places where improvement in sanitation management is needed, for example in Uganda’s capital Kampala. However, Uganda and most of Africa is perceived as a faecofobic area, i.e. READ MORE