By Jo Becker
Written from a practitioner's viewpoint, this ebook explores the suggestions at the back of one of the most leading edge human rights campaigns of contemporary years. Drawing on interviews with dozens of skilled human rights advocates, the e-book delves into neighborhood, nearby, and overseas efforts to find how advocates have been capable of tackle probably intractable abuses and safe concrete advances in human rights. those bills offer a window into the best way that human rights advocates behavior their paintings, their real-life struggles and demanding situations, the wealthy range of instruments and techniques they hire, and finally, their braveness and endurance in advancing human rights.
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Campaigning for Justice: Human Rights Advocacy in Practice (Stanford Studies in Human Rights) by Jo Becker