Dr. Robin Dunford defines human rights and presents four historical explanations of how human rights came to be recognized. He also discusses the limited prevention and punishment of human rights violations, demonstrating that everyday oppression and violations by powerful states are far less likely to meet justice.
Global Civil Society & Human Rights
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