'A timely and important contribution to the rights and development literature. This is a critical and nuanced analysis that will appeal to practitioners, academics and policy-makers alike.'
Mac Darrow, Human Rights Strengthening (HURIST) programme, UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights
'At last, a book that digs deeply into what it means in practice for humanitarian and development agencies to adopt a political philosophy of rights. The case studies are clear and revealing.'
Hugo Slim, Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue, Geneva