A Dictionary of Human Rights
Edited by David Robertson
Routledge – 2004 – 352 pages
This reference work reflects the growing international concern over human rights. It provides explanations of the terminology, issues, organizations and laws surrounding this emotive subject. A Dictionary of Human Rights features:
* over 200 clear and concise mini-essays
* alphabetical arrangement for ease of use
This book is a vital source for anyone interested in or connected with human rights issues.
' … it succeeds as a broad-ranging and accessible reference tool.' - Royal Institute of International Affairs