This book provides a detailed examination of how norms concerning human rights, civilian protection and prevention of mass atrocities have fared in the regions of Southeast Asia and Africa. Originated as a spin off of the journal GR2P (vol. 8/2-3, 2016), it has been enriched with new chapters and revised contents, which contrast the different experiences of those regions and investigates the expression of human protection norms in regional organisations and thematic policy agendas as well as the role of civil society mechanisms/processes. Hunt and Morada have brought together scholar-practitioners from across the world.The collection identifies a range of insights that provide rich opportunities for south-south exchange and mutual learning when it comes to promoting and building capacity for human protection at the regional level.
Dr Charles T. Hunt is Senior Research Fellow/ARC DECRA Fellow in the Social & Global Studies Centre at RMIT University and honorary senior fellow at the Asia Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to Protect. He is author of various monographs and articles on conflict management and human protection, including
UN Peace Operations and International Policing (Routledge, 2015).
Dr Noel M. Morada is Senior Research Fellow and Director (Regional) at the Asia Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to Protect, School of Political Science and International Studies, The University of Queensland St. Lucia, Brisbane, Australia. He is author of various book chapters and journal articles on Responsibility to Protect in Southeast Asia, Southeast Asian regional security, ASEAN external relations, and ASEAN regionalism.
Table of contents
Acknowledgements List of Contributors Introduction: Regionalism and Human Protection: Reflections from Southeast Asia and Africa Charles T. Hunt and Noel M. Morada Southeast Asian Regionalism, Norm Promotion and Capacity Building for Human Protection: An Overview
Noel M. Morada
Human Rights Regime and Mainstreaming the Responsibility to Protect: Challenges and Prospects
Sriprapha Petcharamesree Building the Women, Peace and Security Agenda in the
through Multi-Focal Norm Entrepreneurship
Ma. Lourdes Veneracion-Rallonza Bridging the Protection Gap: Rethinking the ‘three pillars’ to Eliminate Sexual and Gender-Based Violence in
and Human Protection in Myanmar: From Non-Interference to Non-Indifference?
Noel M. Morada Atrocity Prevention: From Promise to Practice in the Asia Pacific
Alex J. Bellamy Human Protection in Africa’s Regional Arrangements: Regional Perspectives and Institutional Expressions
Charles T. Hunt The African Union as a Norm Entrepreneur: The Limits of Human Protection and Mass Atrocities Prevention
The Role of
s in Promoting Human Rights Protection, Mass Atrocities Prevention, and Civilian Protection in Armed Conflicts
A Regional Responsibility to Protect? Towards ‘Enhancing Regional Action’ in Africa
Regionalizing Protection: AU and
Responses to Mass Atrocity Crimes against Internally Displaced Persons
Conclusion: Learning lessons across and between regions: Norm promotion and capacity building for Human Protection
This book will be of much interest to students, academics, analysts, practitioners and policy-makers interested in regionalism, regional organisations the evolution of human protection norms in the regions of Southeast Asia and Africa.