Irrepressible spirit: conversations with human rights activists

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G.P. Putnam's Sons, May 1, 1996 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 230 pages
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Narrates personal testimonies of men and women who have experienced human rights abuses and presents accounts of human rights workers and of Human Rights Watch.

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User Review  - Sandert1 - LibraryThing

This book was very dense and more difficult to dive into as YA nonfiction due in part to a lack of graphics or illustrations to accompany the text. The book was well organized into chapters that ... Read full review

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While very informative, the book could be written in a better style Read full review

Contents

A Message from Robert L Bernstein
1
The Right to Freedom of Expression
15
Freedom from Communal Violence
59
Copyright

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Amnesty International
Deena Banks
No preview available - 2003