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Brysk, Alison

The Future of Human Rights

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Human rights have fallen on hard times, yet they are more necessary than ever. People all over the world – from Amazonian villages to Iranian prisons – need human rights to gain recognition, campaign for justice, and save lives. But how can we secure a brighter future for human rights? What changes are required to confront the regime’s weaknesses and emerging global challenges?

In this cutting-edge analysis, Alison Brysk sets out a pragmatic reformist agenda for human rights in the twenty-first century. Tracing problems and solutions through contemporary case studies – the plight of refugees, declining democracies such as Mexico and Turkey, the expansion of women’s rights, new norms for indigenous peoples, and rights regression in the USA – she shows that the dynamic strength of human rights lies in their evolving political practice. This distinctive vision demands that we build upon the gains of the human rights regime to construct new pathways which address historic rights gaps, from citizenship to security, from environmental protection to resurgent nationalism, and to globalization itself.

Drawing on the author’s extensive experience as a leading human rights scholar and activist, The Future of Human Rights offers a broad and authoritative guide to the big questions in global human rights governance today.

Avainsanat: human rights, ethics, equality, exploitation; philosophy, social science, legal studies, law, politics, justice, international relations, International Relations, Civil & Human Rights, International Relations, Civil & Human Rights

Tekijä(t)
Julkaisija
John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
Julkaisuvuosi
2018
Kieli
en
Painos
1
Sivumäärä
152 sivua
Kategoria
Yhteiskunta
Tiedostomuoto
E-kirja
eISBN (ePUB)
9781509520619
Painetun ISBN
9781509520589

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