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JC599.S64 H918 2009

ISBN

9788178298849 (pbk.)

ชื่อเรื่อง

Human rights and peace : ideas, laws, institutions and movements / edited by Ujjwal Kumar Singh

พิมพลักษณ์

Los Angeles : SAGE, 2009.

รูปเล่ม

xvii, 345 p. ; 22 cm.

ชื่อชุด

South Asian peace studies ; v. 4

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Contents: Human rights and peace: an introduction
-- Ideas and visions
-- Declaration on the right of peoples to peace
-- In life, in death
-- Archiving disquiet: feminist praxis and the Nation-State
-- Democracy in search of dignity
-- On liberation: biography of a consciousness
-- Encountering undemocratic laws
-- POTA and beyond: the silent erosion
-- Gendered face of extraordinary powers in North-East India
-- Dalit lynching at Dulina: cow-protection, caste and communalism -- People's Union for democratic rights -- War in the heart of India -- Independent citizens' initiative -- Borders in the mind, Bangladeshis: a nowhere policy for a nowhere people-- Rights movements and institutions -- The concept of civil liberties -- Terrorism, state terrorism and democratic rights -- Human rights movement(s) in India: state, civil society and beyond -- Reduced to Ashes: the insurgency and human rights in Punjab -- The Punjab mass cremations case: a postscript -- National human rights commissions and internally displaced persons: the Sri Lankan experience.

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