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Author Ben-Ari, Rephael Harel, 1972-

Title The normative position of international non-governmental organizations under international law : an analytical framework / by Rephael Harel Ben-Ari
Published Leiden ; Boston : M. Nijhoff Pub., 2012
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Contents The Normative Position of International Non-Governmental Organizations under International Law; Copyright; Dedication; Table of Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction; I. Overview: Contemporary Interdisciplinary Research; II. Analytical Frameworks; 1. The Traditional Doctrinal Approach; 1.1 The Doctrine of International Legal Personality; 1.2 Contextual Background and Main Implications; 2. Conceptual Frameworks Outside Personality; 2.1 The Functional-Constitutional Approach; 2.2 Contextual Background and Main Implications
1.2 The 1923 Politis Proposal (Institute of International Law)2. Post Second World War Developments; 2.1 Proposal of the Conference of Consultative Status Non-Governmental Organizations (CCNGOs) (by Niboyet and Kopelmanas), 1948; 2.2 Proposal of the CCNGOs (by Habicht and Kopelmanas), 1949; 2.3 The 1950 Bastid Proposal (Institute of International Law); 2.4 The 1959 Speeckaert Proposal (Union of International Associations)
2. The European Convention on the Recognition of the Legal Personality of International NGOs3. Evaluation; V. INGOs' International Normative Status: Intermediate Observations; Part II: Ameliorating a Formal Normative Status for INGOs: Contextual Historical Analysis of Past Attempts and Legal Instruments; I. Historical Synopsis of Attempts to Draft an International Convention on the Normative Position of INGOs under International Law and Consequent Legal Arrangements; 1. Pre Second World War Developments; 1.1 The 1912 von Bar Proposal (Institute of International Law)
2.5 The 1956 Draft Convention Concerning Recognition of the Legal Personality of Foreign Companies, Associations, and Foundations (The Hague Conference on Private International Law)2.6 The 1983 Merle Report, Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (COE); 2.7 The 1986 European Convention on Recognition of the Legal Personality of International Non-Governmental Organizations (COE); 2.8 The 1986 European Parliament Resolution on Non-Profit Making Associations in the European Communities (EEC); II. Analysis and Evaluation; Part III: The Emerging Global Scene: A Postmodern Perspective
III. Analytical Paradigms in the Context of Discourses on Legitimacy and FairnessIV. Main Lines of Inquiry and Outline; Part I: INGOs: Arguing a Normative Status for Non-State Actors; I. Subjects of International Law: Historic Context and Modern Controversies; II. The Doctrine of International Legal Personality: Governing Principles; III. INGOs: Role and Relevance; 1. Defining INGOs; 2. Defining 'Globalization'; 3. Role and Relevance of INGOs; IV. Analysis of Present Legal Status; 1. Article 71 UN Charter
Summary Exploring contemporary juridical theories regarding the normative position of INGOs vis-à-vis the subjects of international law, this book engages in a thorough contextual-historical and interdisciplinary evaluation of the potential to generate solutions for the exercise of unregulated authority outside the state-system
Notes Based on the author's thesis (doctoral--Universiá¹­at Bar-Ilan): Analytical framework for the consideration of the normative position of international non-governmental organizations (INGOs) under international law, 2010
I. The Postmodern Human Condition: Paradoxes and Communitarian Appeals
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Non-governmental organizations -- Law and legislation.
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2012012234
ISBN 9004229221 (electronic bk.)
9789004229228 (electronic bk.)
(hardback ; alk. paper)
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