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Human Rights in the New Millennium

Nayyar Shamsi (Editor)
Synopsis Human rights in the modern context are not only the fundamental rights of an individual, but a valuable asset of a society or nation. In cases, these prove to be an acid test for a government or those at the helm. Human rights movement is a powerful movement, the worldover, today. Still, the goal—of equal rights for all human beings—is a distant dream. The situations is particularly grim in the developing world. All those concerned with the well being of the humanity and specially the academics and the intellegentsia are bound to react positively and do their bit. Hence, this work on the subject, in a new perspective. It must prove to be a ready reference for scholars and the general readers.
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About the author

Nayyar Shamsi

Nayyar Shamsi, a senior journalist and a prolific writer, has created a nitche for himself, as an analyst. An M.A. in English Literature, he is currently, Editor of a News Magazine, published from New Delhi. He has now diversified into various disciplines, with a special interest in Human Rights. This is his first book. He is further working on a political subject.

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Title Human Rights in the New Millennium
Author Nayyar Shamsi
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2003
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8126114436
length x+450p., 23cm.