HUMAN RIGHTS: AN AGENDA FOR THE NEXT CENTURY
Item #: 6070
Pages: xx, 524 pp.
Published: Washington; American Society of International Law; 1994.
Series: STUDIES IN TRANSNATIONAL LEGAL POLICY
Subjects: HUMAN RIGHTS, INTERNATIONAL LAW
A working group of scholars and activists examines and recommends policy action on legal and institutional issues of key importance in international efforts to advance the protection of human rights in the post-Cold War era. The study addresses the human rights agenda from two perspectives -- in the first half, the scope and content of the rights protected, present or prospective; and in the second, the enforcement of those rights.
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