Encyclopedia of Human Rights

Encyclopedia of Human Rights Winner Of The 2010 Dartmouth Medal, This Major Five Volume Encyclopedia Offers Comprehensive Coverage Of All Aspects Of Human Rights Theory, Practice, Law, And History The Set Will Provide Situation Profiles And Full Coverage Of The Development Of The Movement, Historical Cases Of Abuse, The Key Figures, Major Organizations, And A Range Of Other Issues In Economics, Government, Religion, And Journalism That Touch On Human Rights Theory And Practice.In Addition To Providing Original Analytical Articles Covering Standard Subjects Such As The Right To Health And Health Care, Amnesty International, The Balkan Wars, And Former President Of Ireland Mary Robinson, It Offers Innovative Coverage Of Such Subjects As The Internet, Intellectual Property Rights, The American Civil Rights Movement, Globalization, And Brazil In Historical Context Focusing Primarily On Developments Since 1945, It Offers An Unrivaled Reference Source For Students And Researchers Even Human Rights Experts Are Likely To Find Much Originalmaterial And Keen Insights In Many Of The Entries.KEY SUBJECT AREAS INCLUDE ORGANIZATIONS AND INSTITUTIONS American Civil Liberties Union, World Health Organization, UNICEF, Carter CenterLEADING FIGURES Adolf Hitler, Steve Biko, Elie Wiesel, Simone De Beauvoir, Joseph Stalin, Eleanor Roosevelt, Pol Pot, Shirin Ebadi, Kim Jong IlHUMAN RIGHTS EVENTS AND CRISES Darfur, Irish Famine, Soviet Gulag, Central America In The 1980s, Colonialism, Belgian Congo, AIDSHUMAN RIGHTS NORMS Ethnic Cleansing, Women S Rights, Religious Freedom, Torture International Law, Disability Rights Forsythe, D ed 2009 Encyclopedia of Human Rights Vol 1 5 Oxford Oxford University Press ISBN13 9780195334029 625Winner of the 2010 Dartmouth Medal, this encyclopedia covers thoroughly the theory, practice, historical context and key players of the human rights movement It covers cases of abuse, governmental struggles, international agreements, etc There are several notable contributors such as Amnesty International, and although it begins its focus only at 1945 this is a valuable Forsythe, D ed 2009 Encyclopedia of Human Rights Vol 1 5 Oxford Oxford
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[Ebook] Encyclopedia of Human Rights  By David P. Forsythe – Manchesterjobvacancies.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 2672 pages
  • Encyclopedia of Human Rights
  • David P. Forsythe
  • English
  • 23 April 2018
  • 0195334027