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Human Rights in South Asia

Pramod Mishra (Editor)
Synopsis The concept of human rights is necessarily evolving in nature apace with the evolution of human civilization in the context of a changing social, political, economic and cultural milieu. This book aims is to present a general overview of the human rights situation in South Asia. The ethos and problems of a developing ancient oriental society like India must first be understood before an acceptable standard of rights performance assessment is evolved. Indeed, the non-dirigible rights to life and dignity do provide a universal bottom line. Yet, to look at a society purely through that looking glass is to ignore the ground realities in the midst of which the human rights culture has to nurture.
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About the author

Pramod Mishra

Pramod Mishra is the director of “International Institute of Humanistic Studies”. As an eminent scholar, Pramod Mishra has had various innings in National and International affairs. His works include Women and Human Rights and Human Rights Education are widely read. Pramod Mishra has lectured and published extensively on the subjects of terrorism, nuclear strategy and human rights. As the study and concern about human rights has remained largely confined to international lawyers, diplomats and statesmen, Pramod Mishra has been active to see that these rights increasingly become the subject of concern for national lawyers, activists, reformers, policy makers and other citizenry.

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Bibliographic information

Title Human Rights in South Asia
Author Pramod Mishra
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2000
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8178350084
length viii+322p., Tables; Bibliography; Index; 23cm.