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Violation of Human Rights: Facts and Foes

 
D.R. Jatava (Author)
Synopsis The book deals with flagrant violation of human rights almost in all countries of the world, especially in India, where the incidents of beating, torture, rape, murder and miseries against the poor men, women, dalits, the weak and the lowly are the common happenings.  When the victims anyhow resist such criminal acts, they become easy targets in order to teach a lesson at the hands of violators of human rights and the criminals hired by the powerful ones of Indian society.  This is a very painful situation in India to face by the human rights activists.  There are many inbuilt systems and ideologies in Indian society, which, without any hesitation and hitch, violate the human rights and also the spirit of social justice.  The book unfolds the hidden aspects of such crimes and cruelties which no organization, no judicial activism and no political governance can stop, because the violation of human rights is inbuilt or inherent in them.  The book, therefore, is an important document for all those who are engaged in the noble cause of human Rights movement.
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About the author

D.R. Jatava

D. R. Jatava (b. 1933) an eminent scholar and a devoted educationalist, has a brilliant academic career, M.A. (Philosophy and Political Science), L.L. B., Ph.D. and D.Litt.; an authority on Dr. Ambedkar's philosophy and thought, he has the distinction of being the first Ph.D. holder on the 'Social Philosophy of B.R. Ambedkar' awarded to him by the University of Agra in 1963. A social activist, Dr. Jatava has sixty-five books, published both in Hindi and English, to his credit, so far. A humanist by nature, all his works have inbuilt spirit of humanism covering wide ranging subjects of Social Sciences for which Dr. Jatava has been honoured with many national and international awards of repute. He still keeps himself busy in the company of books, reading and writing; hence a prolific and versatile writer.

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Bibliographic information

Title Violation of Human Rights: Facts and Foes
Author D.R. Jatava
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2007
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher ABD Publishers
Language: English
isbn 8183760961
length viii+199p.