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A Bahá'í Critique of Human Rights

 
AuthorNazila Ghanea-Hercock
 
Title of item
A Bahá'í Critique of Human Rights
 
Subtitle of item
State Sovereignty as Smokescreen or Necessary Partner in Securing Human Rights?
 
Pages
90-101
 
Total pages
230
Parent publication   Bahá'í-Inspired Perspectives on Human Rights
 
Publisher of this ed.
Hong Kong: Juxta Publishing Co.
Date of this edition 2001
LanguageEnglish
Permission publisher
Posted 2011-08-30 by Jonah Winters
Classified in Published Articles
URLbahai-library.com/ghanea-hercock_critique_human_rights
Abstract The Bahá’í critique of the current international human rights system focuses on the extent and centrality of state sovereignty; the importance of the international protection of human rights by the United Nations; systemic challenges.
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