Human Rights: 21st Century

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Taylor & Francis, Jul 2, 1999 - Law - 492 pages
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This book brings together established and emerging human rights scholars, practitioners and activists to propose a human rights agenda for the 21st century. It fuses solid academic research, specialist knowledge and practical experience of human rights issues and problems to present a coherent and thought provoking exploration of the new and emergent themes in this exciting area. It will be of particular interest to human rights specialists, in the academic, voluntary and public sectors and will be of particular use to those teaching graduate and undergraduate programmes in human rights. Forewor.

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