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Human Dignity and the Future of Global Institutions ePub download

by Mark P. Lagon,Anthony Clark Arend

  • Author: Mark P. Lagon,Anthony Clark Arend
  • ISBN: 1626161194
  • ISBN13: 978-1626161191
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Politics & Government
  • Publisher: Georgetown University Press (August 20, 2014)
  • Pages: 320
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Human Dignity and the Future of Global Institutions ePub download

Anthony Arend and Mark Lagon have constructed a definition and a framework of human dignity that provide a foundation for advancing human rights by transcending time-bound and increasingly sterile debates about civil and political versus social, economic, and cultural rights.

Anthony Arend and Mark Lagon have constructed a definition and a framework of human dignity that provide a foundation for advancing human rights by transcending time-bound and increasingly sterile debates about civil and political versus social, economic, and cultural rights. The essays in this volume are both reflective and practical, informed by a compelling blend of philosophy, advocacy and. ―Anne-Marie Slaughter, President, New America Foundation.

Contributors examine how traditional and emerging institutions are already . institutions, and the style of populism emergent in the 2016 election.

Contributors examine how traditional and emerging institutions are already advancing. Anthony Clark Arend's and my book, Human Dignity and the Future of Global Institutions (Lagon and Arend 2014), calls for a dialogue on norms of dignity in international bodies, the virtual realm, and universities. The United States has a crucial role as catalyst for that dialogue and for the resulting collective action of public, private, nonprofit, and hybrid institu- tions in the service of civic and economic justice.

Mark P. Lagon (born 1965) is an American political scientist and practitioner. His areas of expertise include human rights, global health, human trafficking, and global institutions and governance. Lagon is the Chief Policy Officer at Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria and a Distinguished Senior Scholar at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service. Lagon, Anthony Clark Arend. What does human dignity mean and what role should it play in guiding the mission of international institutions? In recent decades, global institutions have proliferated - from intergovernmental organizations to hybrid partnerships. The specific missions of these institutions are varied, but is there a common animating principle to inform their goals? Presented as an integrated, thematic analysis that transcends individual contributions, Human Dignity and the Future of Global Institutions argues that the concept of human dignity can serve as this principle.

Anthony Clark Arend (born October 24, 1958) is Professor of Government and Foreign Service at Georgetown University. Human Dignity and the Future of Global Institutions (with Mark P. Lagon). From August 1, 2015 until July 15, 2018, he served as Senior Associate Dean (later Vice Dean) for Graduate and Faculty Affairs in the Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. In July 2018, he became Senior Advisor to the Dean.

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Published by: Georgetown University Press. Book Description: What does human dignity mean and what role should it play in guiding the mission of international institutions? In recent decades, global institutions have proliferated-from intergovernmental organizations to hybrid partnerships. CHAPTER 13 Faith-Based Institutions and Human Dignity: A Growing Presence on the Global Stage.

Chapter Ten derives from draft introductory and concluding chapters in the book, Mark P. Lagon and Anthony Clark Arend, ed. Human Dignity and the Future of Global Institutions (Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2014). Reprinted with permission. First published in 2015 by PALGRAVE MACMILLAN® in the United States-a division of St. Martin’s Press LLC, 175 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10010

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Contributors examine how traditional and emerging institutions are already advancing human dignity, and then identify strategies to make human dignity more central to the work of global institutions. Arend, Anthony Clark, Lagon, Mark P.

What does human dignity mean and what role should it play in guiding the mission of international institutions? In recent decades, global institutions have proliferated―from intergovernmental organizations to hybrid partnerships. The specific missions of these institutions are varied, but is there a common animating principle to inform their goals? Presented as an integrated, thematic analysis that transcends individual contributions, Human Dignity and the Future of Global Institutions argues that the concept of human dignity can serve as this principle.Human dignity consists of the agency of individuals to apply their gifts to thrive, and requires social recognition of each person's inherent value and claim to equal access to opportunity. Contributors examine how traditional and emerging institutions are already advancing human dignity, and then identify strategies to make human dignity more central to the work of global institutions. They explore traditional state-created entities, as well as emergent, hybrid institutions and faith-based organizations. Concluding with a final section that lays out a path for a cross-cultural dialogue on human dignity, the book offers a framework to successfully achieve the transformation of global politics into service of the individual.