|The Impact of Technology on Human Rights: Global Case-studies (UNU, 1993, 322 pages)|
1. See: Gerry Rodgers and Guy Standing, eds., Child Work, Poverty and Underdevelopment (ILO, Geneva, 1981); EIias Mendelievich, ed., Children at Work (ILO, Geneva, 1979); and A. Bequele and Jo Boyden, eds., Combating Chid Labour (ILO, Geneva, 1988).
2. See C.G. Weeramantry, "Traffic in Armaments: A Blind Spot in Human Rights and
International Law," Development Dialogue, 2 (1987): 68-89; and "Trafic in Armaments: The Human Rights Dimension," Indian Journal of International Law, vol. 27 (1987): 456-470.
3. See in general C.G. Weeramantry, Nucleur Weapons and Scientific Responsibility (Long-wood Academic, Wolfeboro, N.H., 1987); and The Slumbering Sentinels: Law and Human Rights in the Wake of Technology (Penguin Books, 1983).