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Human Rights

Universality in Practice


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Human Rights by Peter R. Baehr
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Human rights are always a matter of law, but they are increasingly a matter of politics. Much lip service is paid nowadays to the notion of human rights. At the same time they are being violated all over the world. Peter Baehr presents a succinct introduction to the key theoretical and practical issues that should serve as a useful primer for students and researchers.

Author Biography

PETER R. BAEHR is Emeritus Professor of Human Rights, Utrecht University. He has served as staff director and later member of the Netherlands Scientific Council for Government Policy. He serves in an advisory position on human rights to the Dutch Government. He is co-publisher of The United Nations at the End of the 1990.
Release date NZ
June 23rd, 1999
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
XII, 178 p.
Palgrave Macmillan
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