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ATLAS OF HUMAN RIGHTS: MAPPING VIO

ATLAS OF HUMAN RIGHTS: MAPPING VIO - 10 edition

ATLAS OF HUMAN RIGHTS: MAPPING VIO - 10 edition

ISBN13: 9780520261235

ISBN10: 0520261232

ATLAS OF HUMAN RIGHTS: MAPPING VIO by Fagan andrew - ISBN 9780520261235
Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 10
Copyright: 2010
Publisher: University of California Press
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ATLAS OF HUMAN RIGHTS: MAPPING VIO by Fagan andrew - ISBN 9780520261235

ISBN13: 9780520261235

ISBN10: 0520261232

Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 10
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Summary

In the post-9/11 world, governments are using the threat of terrorism to justify tightening national security and restricting basic human rights. This timely book addresses the implications of this trend, revealing human rights inequities from nation to nation and the consequences of these inequities worldwide. Inspired by the United Nations' Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Andrew Fagan considers the nature of the state, national identity, and citizenship. His comprehensive and succinct text explores judicial violations and legal restrictions that permit state-sponsored torture, indefinite detention, capital punishment, and police brutality. Vividly illustrated with colorful maps and charts,The Atlas of Human Rightscharts both the progress and limitation of free expression and media censorship. It displays the areas that are beset with wars, conflict, migration, and genocide; details the geographic status of sexual freedom, racism, religious freedom, and the rights of the disabled; focuses on women's rights, sex slavery, and the rights of the child. As intolerance threatens diversity on a global scale,The Atlas of Human Rightsserves as a crucial intervention to preserving and extending freedom.