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human settlements

Human Settlement and Urbanization

Human Rights in WTO Dispute Settlement

WTO Dispute Settlement and Human Rights

United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT)

Animal Translocations, Genetic Variation, and the Human Settlement of the Pacific

India’s Human Settlement and Micro Living Environment

Friendly Settlements before the European Court of Human Rights Theory and Practice

Landscape Surrounding Human Settlements and Anopheles albimanus (Diptera: Culicidae) Abundance in Southern Chiapas, Mexico

Biotic and Abiotic Effects of Human Settlements in the Wildland–Urban Interface

Courts and Consociations, or How Human Rights Courts May De-stabilize Power-sharing Settlements

The future of investor-state dispute settlement in the energy sector: engaging with climate change, human rights and the rule of law

EC Free Trade Agreements: An Alternative Model for Addressing Human Rights in Foreign Investment Regulation and Dispute Settlement?

FINGLAND, Stanley (James Gunn) (1919 - 2003), HM Diplomatic Service, retired; High Commissioner to Kenya, 1975–79; UK Permanent Representative to the UN Environment Programme 1975–79, and to UN Centre for Human Settlements, 1979

Modise v Botswana, Decision to Call for an Amicable Settlement, Communication No 97/93, (1999) 6 IHRR 828, IHRL 189 (ACHPR 1996), 1st October 1996, African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights [ACHPR]

Lynne Viola. The Unknown Gulag: The Lost World of Stalin's Special Settlements. New York: Oxford University Press. 2007. Pp. xxv, 278. $30.00., Nicolas Werth. Cannibal Island: Death in a Siberian Gulag. Foreword by Jan T. Gross. Translated by Steven Rendall. (Human Rights and Crimes Against Humanity.) Princeton: Princeton University Press. 2007. Pp. xx, 223. $24.95

 

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A general term for any established collection of dwellings in which people live. The term applies across the whole range from temporary shelters of nomadic hunters to high-density, high-rise apartments in a modern city, but is used mainly in relation to the latter.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


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