Steven L. B. Jensen

Steven L. B. Jensen est chargé de recherche à l'Institut danois des droits de l'homme où il officie également en tant que spécialiste du VIH/sida. Il a travaillé pour ONUSIDA de 2003 à 2007. Il est l’auteur du livre The Making of International Human Rights: The 1960s, Decolonization and the Reconstruction of Global Values (Cambridge University Press 2016). Il a codirigé la rédaction du livre Histories of Global Inequality. New Perspectives (Palgrave 2019).

 
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Global HIV/AIDS response, shows human rights is path to success against COVID-19

By: Steven L. B. Jensen
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The global response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic found success when it put human rights at the core of its efforts, a lesson of key importance to our present and future ...

 

The UN Human Development Report must go farther on inequality

By: Steven L. B. Jensen
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In order for human rights and development to be mutually reinforcing, the connection between the two must be made as explicit as possible.

Inequality a prominent concern for UN human rights monitors

By: Steven L. B. Jensen
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UN human rights bodies are highlighting inequality when making recommendations to states – showing that this issue should be seen and acted on as a central human ...

 

UN human rights mechanisms proving effective SDGs monitor

By: Steven L. B. Jensen
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The SDGs are mostly aligned with human rights objectives—to emphasize this, the UN human rights mechanisms are showing a willingness to hold states accountable ...

 

Twenty-five years later, how much do national human rights institutions matter?

By: Steven L. B. Jensen
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An expanding range of literature examines the effectiveness of national human rights institutions, and 25 years after the Paris Principles, a recent study draws ...

 

Putting to rest the Three Generations Theory of human rights

By: Steven L. B. Jensen
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The notion of three generations of human rights has endured for 40 years. But it has no solid historical or analytic basis, and it obscures rather than clarifies ...

 

The 1967 Convention on Religious Intolerance—the treaty that might have been

By: Steven L. B. Jensen
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The two UN human rights covenants were to be buttressed by a treaty to fight religious intolerance. In 1967, a text was drafted but not adopted—a failure that haunts ...

 

Decolonization—not western liberals—established human rights on the global agenda

By: Steven L. B. Jensen
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Human rights scholarship and advocacy claim to be grounded in universality, yet both are anything but in their privileging the Western role in building an international ...

 

 

 

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