by Atty. Rene V. Sarmiento
This book is a useful storehouse of human rights information and an encouraging instrument to equip law students and lawyers...
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Includes recent decisions of the Supreme Court, one decision of the International Criminal Court, Pope Francis’ papal encyclical entitled “Laudato Si” (2015), the Paris Agreement on Climate Change (2016), the Colombia Final Peace Agreement (2016) as well as the author’s article entitled “Social Justice: Roots and Wings” (2016).
Though not recent, the 2003 article of 1991 Nobel Peace Prize awardee Aung San Suu Kyi entitled “freedom From Fear” adds an Asian and woman voice to the rich human rights discourse, serving as a constant reminder and continuing challenge to those who seek to wage a revolution by human rights law.
It is the hope of the author that this book serves as a useful storehouse of human rights information and as an encouraging instrument to equip law students and lawyers, workers in government and non-government sectors, advocates and social entrepreneurs an understanding of human rights, international instruments, approaches, remedies and preventive mechanisms aimed at addressing human rights violations and human rights abuses.
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