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A Dictionary of Human Rights
A Dictionary of Human Rights by David Robertson
... it succeeds as a broad-ranging and accessible reference tool. - Royal Institute of International Affairs
' ... it succeeds as a broad-ranging and accessible reference tool.' - Royal Institute of International Affairs
Providing explanations of the terminology, issues, organizations, and laws, this reference work develops the key aspects of human rights in over 200 clear and concise A-Z entries.
* Explains terms connected such as Asylum, Equal Opportunities, Freedom of Speech, Representation, and Civil Liberties
* Covers organizations concerned with human rights such as Amnesty International, The European Court of Human Rights, and The American Civil Liberties Union
* Outlines the significance of eminent thinkers such as Locke, Cardozo, and Nozick
* Places key terms in their legal and constitutional context, with examples and explanations of their implications
* Legal terms such as Injunction, Probable Cause, Clear and Present Danger, and Stop and Search are explained clearly and succinctly
* Includes an appendix containing texts and extracts of leading documents, such as The Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen and The Universal Declaration of Human Rights.