This Handbook covers almost every aspect of the present state of human rights studies. Its contributions, drawn from virtually all parts of the world, are of a very high standard. It will be extremely useful for human rights teaching and research.
"The volumes do well to cover mainstream topics, including major international treaties and institutions and the protection of categories of rights, such as women, LGBTs, and persons with disabilities, among others. The set is also interdisciplinary; the unique chapters on business and economics, climate change, art and music, and even the intersection of human rights with celebrities and sports make it stand out. ...This would be a nice addition to reference collections at institutions where human-righrs courses are regularly taught.
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