How and why is the idea of redistribution of equal resourses challenged by the idea of equal opportunity and recognition?

Please, first send me plan and structured bibliography, coz it needs to be approved first. Here are some sourses id like u to use:

Donnelly, J. (2007)  The Relative Universality of Human Rights Human Rights Quarterly 29, 2: 281-306
Donnelly, J. (2008)  Human Rights: Both Universal and Relative (A Reply to Michael Goodhart) Human Rights Quarterly 30, 1: 194-204
Goodhart, M. E. (2008)  Neither Relative nor Universal: A Response to Donnelly Human Rights Quarterly 30, 1: 183-93
Bauman, Z. (1998) Globalization: The Human Consequences Cambridge: Polity Press
Brown, C. (1997) Universal Human Rights: A Critique International Journal of Human Rights 1,
2: 41-65
Fraser, N. and A. Honneth (2003) Redistribution or Recognition?: A Political-Philosophical
Exchange London: Verso
Marshall T. H. (1992) Citizenship and Social Class London: Pluto Press
Montgomery, J.D. (2002) Is there a Hierarchy of Human Rights? Journal of Human Rights 1, 3:
373 385
Sen, A. (1992) Inequality Re-examined New York: Russell Sage Foundation
Woodiwiss, A. (2002)  Human Rights and the Challenge of Cosmopolitanism Theory Culture
Society 19, 1: 139-55
Woodiwiss, A. (2005) Human Rights London: Routledge, Chapter 7
Basok, T., S. Ilcan and J. Noonan (2006)  Citizenship, Human Rights, and Social Justice
Citizenship Studies 10, 3: 267-273
Brysk, A. and Shafir, G. (eds) (2004) People Out of Place: Globalization, Human Rights and the
Citizenship Gap New York: Routledge
Habermas, J. (1994)  Struggles for Recognition in Taylor, C. (ed.) (1994) Multiculturalism New
Jersey: Princeton University Press
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Kiwan, D. (2005)  Human Rights and Citizenship: an Unjustifiable Conflation? Journal of the
Philosophy of Education 39, 1: 37-50
Robinson, M.  Globalisation and Human Rights 21st Century Trust seminar on Globalisation:
rhetoric, reality and international politics Congress, Washington DC, 31 October 2003
Available at Robinson.pdf
Sen, A. (2009) The Idea of Justice London: Allen Lane
Shafir, G. and A. Brysk (2006)  The Globalisation of Rights: From Citizenship to Human Rights
Citizenship Studies 10, 3: 267-73
Steiner, H., P. Alston et al. (eds) (2008) International Human Rights in Context: Law, Politics,
Morals Oxford: Oxford University Press, Chapter 4
Young, I. M. (1989)  Polity and Group Difference: A Critique of the Ideal of Universal Citizenship
Ethics 99, 2: 250-74.

NB. Please use at least 80% of these sourses. And please write more analysis. Not only refs