Human Rights in Africa
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Human Rights in Africa

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Human rights are fundamental claims to which each individual is entitled. This book discusses the history behind the as-yet-unfinished struggle to secure fundamental rights and freedoms for all Africans. It also explains the roles that can be played by organizations like the United Nations and African Union in advancing the cause of human rights.
Hardcover, 112 pages
Published September 1st 2006 by Mason Crest Publishers
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