Researcher

Coomans, A.P.M.

Extraordinary Professor, Researcher, Assistant Professor

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  1. 2018
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    Coomans, F. (2018). Education and Work. In D. Moeckli, S. Chan, & S. Sivakumaran (Eds.), International Human Rights Law (third ed., pp. 232-251). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  3. 2017
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  7. 2016
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  11. 2015
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  15. 2014
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    Stuttaford, M., Al Makhamreh, S., Coomans, A. P. M., Harrington, J., Himonga, C., & Lewando Hundt, G. (2014). The right to traditional, complementary, and alternative health care. Global Health Action, 7, [24121]. DOI: 10.3402/gha.v7.24121
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    Coomans, A. P. M. (2014). Education and Work. In D. Moeckli, & et al. (Eds.), International Human Rights Law (pp. 238-258). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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  20. 2013
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    Coomans, A. P. M., Langford, M., & Goméz Isa, F. (2013). Extraterritorial Duties in International Law. In M. Langford, Vandenhole, Scheinin, Van Genugten (Ed.), Global Justice, State Duties - The Extraterritorial Scope of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in International Law (pp. 51-113). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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  24. 2012
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    Coomans, A. P. M., & Sakhi, S. (2012). Barriers to Girls' Right to Education in Afghanistan. In I. Westendorp (Ed.), The Women's Convention Turned 30 - Achievements, Setbacks and Prospects (pp. 205-223). (Maastricht Series in Human Rights; No. 16). Antwerp-Cambridge: Intersentia.
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    Coomans, A. P. M., & Künnemann, R. (2012). Cases and Concepts on Extraterritorial Obligations in the Area of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. (Maastricht Series in Human Rights; No. 14). Antwerp-Cambridge: Intersentia.
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    Coomans, A. P. M. (2012). Situating the Maastricht Principles on Extraterritorial Human Rights Obligations of States. In J. Claessen, & D. D. Vocht (Eds.), Humaan Strafwerk - Liber Amicorum Gerard de Jonge (pp. 99-117). Nijmegen: Wolf Legal Publishers.
  31. 2011
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    Fick, N., London, L., & Coomans, A. P. M. (2011). A Toolkit on the Right to Health. Cape Town: University of Cape Town.
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    Coomans, A. P. M. (2011). Dealing with Segregation in Education. In Festschrift in Honour of Katarina Tomasevski (pp. 1-7). Lund: Raoul Wallenberg Institute, University of Lund.
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  35. 2010
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    Coomans, A. P. M. (2010). Education and Work. In D. Moeckli, S. Shah, & S. Sivakumaran (Eds.), International Human Rights Law (pp. 280-303). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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  39. 2009
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    Coomans, A. P. M., (2009). 2009, , (Erkenning van het recht op water als mensenrecht), Jun 25, 2008. (NJCM Bulletin: Nederlands tijdschrift voor de mensenrechten; No. 222496).
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    Coomans, A. P. M. (2009). A 'Rosy Picture'? Dutch ICESCR Report Reviewed by UN Committee. In O. Hospes, & B. V. D. Meulen (Eds.), Fed Up with the Right to Food? (pp. 109-120). Wageningen: Wageningen Academic Publishers.
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    Coomans, A. P. M. (2009). Limburg Principles on Socio-Economic Rights. In D. Forsythe (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Human Rights (pp. 448-452). (Vol. III). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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    Coomans, A. P. M., Grunfeld, F., & Kamminga, M. T. (2009). Methods of Human Rights Research. (Maastricht Series in Human Rights). Antwerp: Intersentia.
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    Coomans, A. P. M. (2009). The International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights ' From Stepchild to Full Member of the Human Rights Family. In F. Gomez Isa, & K. D. Feyter (Eds.), International Human Rights Law in a Global Context (pp. 293-317). Bilbao: University of Deusto.
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    Coomans, A. P. M., & Noordhoek, W. (2009). The Netherlands: Religious Inspiration, but Little Domestic Impact. In V. Jaichand, & M. Suksi (Eds.), 60 Years of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights in Europe (pp. 85-99). Antwerp: Intersentia.
  50. 2008
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    Coomans, A. P. M. (2008). Sovereignty Fading Away? Prioritising Domestic Health Needs versus Promoting Free Trade. In I. Boerefijn, & J. Goldschmidt (Eds.), Changing Perceptions of Sovereignty and Human Rights: Essays in Honour of Cees Flinterman (pp. 123-142). Antwerp: Intersentia.
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    Coomans, A. P. M. (2008). UNESCO's Convention Against Discrimination in Education. In R. Dunbar, & K. Henrard (Eds.), Synergies in Minority Protection (pp. 297-313). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  56. 2007
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    Coomans, A. P. M. (2007). Application of the International Convenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in the Framework of International Organisaztions. In A. V. Bogdandy, & R. Wolfrum (Eds.), Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law (11) (pp. 359-390)
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    Coomans, A. P. M. (2007). Application of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in the Framework of International Organizations. In Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law (pp. 359-390). Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers.
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    Coomans, A. P. M. (2007). Content and Scope of the Right to Education as a Human Right and Obstacles to Its Realization. In Y. Donders, & V. Volodin (Eds.), Human Rights in Education, Science and Culture - Legal Development and Challenges (pp. 183-229). Paris/ Aldershot: UNESCO Publishing/ Ashgate.
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    Coomans, A. P. M. (2007). Content and Scope of the Right to Education as a Human Right and Obstacles to Its Realization. In Y. Donders, & V. Volodin (Eds.), Human Rights in Educations, Science and Culture - Legal Development and Challenges (pp. 183-229). Ashgate: Paris and Alderschot: UNESCO Publishing.
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