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Mänskliga rättigheter i fredsförhandlingar : En fallstudie på fredsförhandlingarna mellan Israel och Palestina

Malmehed, Jessica LU (2011) MRSK30 20111
Human Rights Studies
Abstract (Swedish)
One of the most fundamental human rights is the right to life and it has been argued that the right to life is reflected by peace. The concept of peace means more than just being free from conflict, it also implies the inherent right of a parent to protect and provide for his children. Peace is, however, not easily achieved. Since finding a solution to a problem that does not create a feeling of loss on neither side is a very complicated journey, this thesis intended to explore how the peace process and its trade-offs may affect human rights. To explore this, the thesis had the following question: What was the role of human rights in the peace negotiations between Israel and Palestine from the initiation of peace negotiations in 1991 to... (More)
One of the most fundamental human rights is the right to life and it has been argued that the right to life is reflected by peace. The concept of peace means more than just being free from conflict, it also implies the inherent right of a parent to protect and provide for his children. Peace is, however, not easily achieved. Since finding a solution to a problem that does not create a feeling of loss on neither side is a very complicated journey, this thesis intended to explore how the peace process and its trade-offs may affect human rights. To explore this, the thesis had the following question: What was the role of human rights in the peace negotiations between Israel and Palestine from the initiation of peace negotiations in 1991 to the adoption of the 'Declaration of Principles'? Through a theoretical basis describing the progress of peacemaking and a case study on peace negotiations between Israel and Palestine the thesis have demonstrated the role of human rights in peace negotiations. (Less)
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author
Malmehed, Jessica LU
supervisor
organization
course
MRSK30 20111
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Declaration of Principles, Israeli – Palestinian conflict, human rights, problem-solving, Peace negotiations
language
Swedish
id
1973504
date added to LUP
2011-06-29 10:45:59
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2014-09-04 08:27:52
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  abstract     = {One of the most fundamental human rights is the right to life and it has been argued that the right to life is reflected by peace. The concept of peace means more than just being free from conflict, it also implies the inherent right of a parent to protect and provide for his children. Peace is, however, not easily achieved. Since finding a solution to a problem that does not create a feeling of loss on neither side is a very complicated journey, this thesis intended to explore how the peace process and its trade-offs may affect human rights. To explore this, the thesis had the following question: What was the role of human rights in the peace negotiations between Israel and Palestine from the initiation of peace negotiations in 1991 to the adoption of the 'Declaration of Principles'? Through a theoretical basis describing the progress of peacemaking and a case study on peace negotiations between Israel and Palestine the thesis have demonstrated the role of human rights in peace negotiations.},
  author       = {Malmehed, Jessica},
  keyword      = {Declaration of Principles,Israeli – Palestinian conflict,human rights,problem-solving,Peace negotiations},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Mänskliga rättigheter i fredsförhandlingar : En fallstudie på fredsförhandlingarna mellan Israel och Palestina},
  year         = {2011},
}