Crime prevention and justice in 2030 : the UN and the universal declaration of human rights
- Full Title:
- Crime prevention and justice in 2030 : the UN and the universal declaration of human rights
- Other Author:
- Kury, Helmut.
- Statement of Responsibility:
- edited by Helmut Kury and Sławomir Redo
- XXIV, 768 p.
- This book analyzes human rights and crime prevention challenges from the perspective of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the 2030 United Nations...
Summary:This book analyzes human rights and crime prevention challenges from the perspective of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the 2030 United Nations Sustainable Development Agenda, in particular its goal 16 on promoting peaceful, inclusive and just societies, the creation and development of which depend on the interplay between various secular and non-secular (f)actors. The book reflects on the implementation of these two legal instruments from a “back to the future” standpoint, that is, drawing on the wisdom of contributors to the 2030 Agenda from the past and present in order to offer a constructive inter-disciplinary and intergenerational approach. The book’s intended readership includes academics and educationists, criminal justice practitioners and experts, diplomats, spiritual leaders and non-governmental actors; its goal is to encourage them to pursue a socially and human rights oriented drive for “larger freedom,” which is currently jeopardized by adverse political currents.
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Contents:• Democracy–Human Rights–Rule of Law: European Developments and the Importance of an Independent Judiciary • Youth Perception on Hate Crimes, Hate Speeches and Nationalism in Contemporary India • Incorporating the United Nations Norms into Iranian Post-Revolution Criminal Policy: A Criminological-Victimological Approach • Perspectives on Elderly Crime and Victimization in the Future • Universal Basic Income (UBI) for Reducing Inequalities and Increasing Socio-Economic Inclusion: A Proposal for a New Sustained Policy Perspective • Prisoners and Their Families: The Effects of Imprisonment on the Family • Dealing with Mental Illness and Violence in the (Youth-)Prison • On Nelson Mandela Rule 63: Prisoner’s Moral Vulnerability and Development in the Context of the 2030 United Nations Sustainable World • Parents Who Hit, Troubled Families, and Children’s Happiness: Do Gender and National Context Make a Difference? • The UN Global Study on Children Deprived of Liberty: The Role of Academia in ‘Making the Invisible and Forgotten Visible’ • United Nations Initiatives in Preventing Environmental Crime • Assessing the Viability of Environmental Projects for a Crime Prevention-Inspired Culture of Lawfulness • Actualising the Right to Adequate Standard of Living: A Critical Examination of Green Criminology from an Indian Perspective • Notes on the Case of Orangutan Sandra, the Non-Human Subject of Rights • Surveillance and the Impossible Search for Ideal Behaviour
• Prologue • Ethics and the Development of Artificial Intelligence: Challenges and Dilemmas in the Context of the 2030 United Nations Agenda for Sustainable Development • From Wonders as Crime to Forensics in Service of the 2030 United Nations Agenda • The Rule of Law, Peacebuilding, and Agenda 2030: Lessons from the Western Balkans • Crime, Victimization, and Intentions to Migrate in the Northern Triangle • Criminal Violence and Its Prevention in Context. Specific Challenges for the Integration of Refugees and Migrants in the Twenty-First Century • Legal Education for Profit and the United Nations Call for “Quality Education” and “Strong Institutions” in the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda • Money Laundering: China and Its Evolving Criminal Policy Response • The Policy Relevance of Comparative Criminology: On Evidence-Based Policies, Policy Learning and the Scales of the Discipline • United Nations Perspective on Preventing Transnational Organised Crime Against Cultural Property in the Era of Sustainable Development and Restitution Arguments
- Publisher & Date:
- Cham : Springer, 2021.
- Date of Publication:
- D 27.2.1
- 9783030562267 (hbk)
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