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Fundamental Human Rights: What, Why & Where

Madhusudan Pandit (Author)
Synopsis Basically, human rights variously known as 'natural rights', 'fundamental rights' etc. have been in vogue sine olden times. The issue come to limelight only after when its violation become frequent to worst magnitude. As a significant salient feature, fundamental rights cannot be taken away by any legislature or any act of government.

Amidst plethora of literature on the theme, this book is unique synthesis of readings, highlighting basic concepts, issues, challenges and remedies. Case studies are cited to support the facts. The following chapters are included in the book-what are Human Rights?; Human Rights in India; National Human Rights Commission of India (NHRC-I); Police, Prison & Human Rights; Cultural Diversity and Discrimination; Supreme Court as Upholder; Women and Sex Discrimination; Equality: A Right or A Policy; Appendix and Glossary etc.
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About the author

Madhusudan Pandit

An academic and journalist by training and social worker by penchant, Madhusudan Pandit has been a key functionary with a Voluntary Organisation operating in different parts of the country-mainly backward and tribal areas.

Having Master' degree in History, Sociology and Social Work, Besides a PG Diploma in Journalism, he has visited Europe and Africa Extensively. His writings on various social issues in general and human rights in particular are widely appreciated.

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Title Fundamental Human Rights: What, Why & Where
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.08.2009
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788190786232
length x+268p., Tables; Appendix; Glossary; Bibliography; Index; 22cm.