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Yearbook 2010-2011

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The Centre for European Studies has published Human Rights and Democratization Eastern Partnership Region Yearbook 2010-2011 in the framework of Eastern Partnership Regional Programme in Human Rights and Democratization. The Yearbook endeavours to provide an in depth overview of the human rights and democratization situation in the six countries in the European Union's Eastern Partnership Region: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia. Moldova and Ukraine. Part One presents a brief introduction to the concepts of human rights and democratization from both a global and regional perspective  and discusses the relationship between the two. Part two consists of individual country reports on the human rights and democratization situations in each of the six Eastern partnership countries. Part three provides an analysis of the successes and challenges that face the EU's Eastern Parnership Initiative and its ability to protect and promote human rights and democratization in the region. Finally, Part four offers a synopsis of the new EU Regional Master's Programme in Human Rights and Democratization in Armenia, Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine.

 

Human RIghts and Democratization in Eastern Partnership Region Yearbook 2010-2011

 

 

Yearbook 2011-2012

yearbook2012Human Rights and Democratization Eastern Partnership Region Yearbook 2011-2012 is published with the support of the European Union. The book provides a comprehensive analysis of the status of human rights and democratization in the six countries of the Eastern Partnership Region (Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine). It is comprised of 5 sections, explaining the relationship between human rights and democracy, presenting the MA Programme on Human Rights and Democratization implemented by the YSU Centre for European Studies, and analyzing the current status of human rights protection and democracy in the Eastern partnership countries.             The author of the yearbook is Benjamin James Barnard, an independent expert from the Human Rights Centre, University of Essex, United Kingdom.

 

Human Rights and Democratization Eastern Partnership Region Yearbook 2011-2012

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

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