Basic documents on human rights
Oxford University Press, Incorporated, 1992 - Political Science - 631 pages
Completely revised and updated, this third edition of Basic Documents on Human Rights is designed to provide a useful collection of sources on human rights in the form of a handbook. Coverage is given to recent United Nations declarations and conventions, European Institutions and conventions, the contribution of the International Labor Organization, and developments in Latin America, Africa, and Asia in human rights.--Publisher description.
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