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Fighting for Human Rights

Author: Paul Gready

Publisher: Psychology Press

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Category: Political Science

Page: 198

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In a world that is increasingly disillusioned with formal politics, people are no longer prepared to wait for governments and international institutions to act on human rights concerns. This book identifies activism as a key means of realizing human rights and as a new form of politics. Fighting for Human Rights documents and compares successful high profile campaigns to cancel debt in the developing world, ban landmines and set up the International Criminal Court as well as emerging campaigns that focus on HIV/AIDS, environmental justice, democratization and blood diamonds.

A Fight for Human Rights

Hans Maeder's Politics of Optimism for World Understanding Through Education : Documents of the Stockbridge School

Author: Gunter Nabel

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Category: Civil rights

Page: 404

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Malcolm X

Fighting for Human Rights

Author: Jeff Burlingame

Publisher: Enslow Publishing, LLC

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 128

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Malcolm X faced many injustices growing up as an African American in the early twentieth century. Funneling his anger over systemic racism into activism, Malcolm X became a leader of the civil rights movement as well as one of the best-known spokesmen for the Nation of Islam. In this engaging biography, students will learn about Malcolm X's trials, tribulations, and victories in the battle for civil rights. Students will be guided through the reading with historical context and primary source documents, as well as a glossary of important words, a timeline, and references for further reading.

Until We Are Free

My Fight For Human Rights in Iran

Author: Shirin Ebadi

Publisher: Random House

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 304

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'POWERFUL AND SOMETIMES SHOCKING ...' SUNDAY TIMES In this powerful book, Dr Shirin Ebadi, Iranian human rights lawyer and activist, tells of her fight for reform inside Iran, and the devastating backlash she faced after winning the Nobel Peace Prize. Having fought tirelessly for democracy, equality before the law and freedom of speech, Ebadi became a global voice of inspiration. Yet, inside her own country, her life has been plagued by surveillance, intimidation and violence. Until We Are Free tells shocking stories of how the Iranian authorities eventually forced her into exile. Her sister and daughter were detained, her husband was enmeshed in an espionage plot with another woman, her Nobel medal was stolen from her safety deposit box, and her offices in Tehran were ransacked. An illuminating depiction of life in Iran today as well as the account of Ebadi's personal struggle to uphold her work and keep her family together, Until We Are Free is ultimately a work of hope and perseverance under circumstances of exceptional difficulty.

Human Rights Activist

Author: Ellen Rodger

Publisher: Crabtree Publishing Company

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

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Examines the history of human rights, and how everyone is entitled to them, regardless of their age, race, religion, gender, abilities, or political beliefs.

Abduction and Trial of Jestina Mukoko

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Against oblivion

Amnesty International's fight for human rights

Author: Jonathan Power

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Category: Political Science

Page: 254

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The Global Struggle for Human Rights

Author: Debra L. DeLaet

Publisher: Cengage Learning

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Category: Education

Page: 264

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Explore the tension between state sovereignty and human rights, genocide, economic rights, and various concepts of justice as they relate to the promotion of fundamental human rights with THE GLOBAL STRUGGLE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS: UNIVERSAL PRINCIPLES IN WORLD POLITICS. This textbook covers human rights in relation to gender equity, feminist perspectives, and sexual orientation and suggests a universal perspective on human rights sensitive to cultural differences and diversity among and within nations. The text also explores human rights law and the question of whether human rights are universal. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Body Sovereignty

Fat Politics and the Fight for Human Rights

Author: Sondra Solovay

Publisher: Greenwood

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Page: 210

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Challenging U.S. Apartheid

Atlanta and Black Struggles for Human Rights, 1960-1977

Author: Winston A. Grady-Willis

Publisher: Duke University Press

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Category: History

Page: 288

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A history of black politics and activism in Atlanta, GA.

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