Human Rights Global Issues About The Book The concept of human rights is as old as the ancient doctrine of natural rights founded on natural law, the expression ‘human’ being a recent origin. Human rights are those minimum rights which every individual must have against state or other public authority by virtue of his being a member of human family, irrespective of any other consideration. The protection of human rights has now become one of the keystones in arch of peace, democracy and development. The number of procedures for guaranteeing human rights has been increasing for years, but guaranteeing human rights also means setting up jurisdictional controls to punish any violations occur. Contents Preface Introduction Refugees and Human Rights Rights of the Child Religion and Human Rights Prisioners and Human Rights Human Rights of Victims of Crime Bibliography Index. About the author/editor Pramod Mishra, an eminent scholar is the director of International Institute of Humanistic Studies. As an eminent scholar, Pramod Mishra has had various innings in National and International affairs. His works include Women and Human Rights and Human Rights Education are widely read. Pramod Mishra has lectured and published extensively on the subjects of terrorism, nuclear strategy and human rights. As the study and concern about human rights has remained largely confined to international lawyers, diplomats and statement, Pramod Mishra has been active to see that these rights increasingly become the subject of concern for national lawyers, activists, reformers, policy makers and other citizenry.
Human Rights: Global Issues
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