The Right to Landscape: Contesting Landscape and Human Rights

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Jala Makhzoumi, Shelley Egoz, Gloria Pungetti
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2011 - Art - 309 pages
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Illustrated with a wide range of global case studies, this book introduces an innovative discourse which links landscape with human rights. Bringing together a multidisciplinary team of scholars, it explores theories that relate to the value of landscape and ways in which it could become a positive tool to protect human rights.
 

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Contents

Reconceptualising Human Rights in the Context of Climate
23
The Right Rights to the Right Landscape?
39
Indigenous Peoples Right to Landscape in Aotearoa
141
Bahrains Polyvocality and Landscape as a Medium
185
From the Ground
277
Index
301
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Shelley Egoz, Senior Lecturer, Lincoln University New Zealand, Jala Makhzoumi, Professor of Landscape Architecture, American University of Beirut, Lebanon and Gloria Pungetti, Research Director, Cambridge Centre for Landscape and People, and Chair, Darwin College Society, University of Cambridge UK

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