The Prospects for a Regional Human Rights Mechanism in East Asia

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Appendix B

A Questionnaire Sent to Nongovernmental Organizations

PROSPECTS FOR ESTABLISHING A REGIONAL INTER-GOVERNMENTAL HUMAN RIGHTS MECHANISM IN EAST ASIA QUESTIONNAIRE
Date:
1. Name of the Organization:
2. Person who fills out this questionnaire:
3. His/her position in the organization:
4. Network Address (E-mail):
5. Please check the one category that best describes your organization:

[] International (i.e. global) organization

[] Regional office of an international organization

[] Regional organization

[] National organization

[] Local or community organization

[] Other

6. Serial publications of your organization (include journals, newsletters, bulletins). Please indicate title and frequency of the publication.
7. Objectives: Please state the purpose or objectives of your organization in the field of human rights.
8. Has your organization cooperated or collaborated with organizations in other countries, especially in East Asia, to achieve your organizational goals? If yes, please explain what kind of works your organization has done with those others (e.g. exchange information, hold regular meetings, etc). Please indicate whether your organiza-

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Chapter I - Introduction 1
  • Chapter II - Theoretical Framework 11
  • Chapter III - The Impact of Globalization on Human Rights 47
  • Chapter IV - Prospects for a Regional Human Rights Regime in East Asia 91
  • Chapter V - Conclusions 139
  • Appendix A 149
  • Appendix B 151
  • Appendix C 153
  • Notes 155
  • Bibliography 207
  • Index 243
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