Journals Higher Education

Discrimination and Human Rights

The Case of Racism

Edited by Sandra Fredman

Collected Courses of the Academy of European Law

  • Leading authors from all over Europe make a key contribution to the debate on racism and human rights
  • A key contribution to the debate in preparation for and in the aftermath of the UN conference on racism in 2001
  • An important resource for students, researchers, and policy-makers ranging over a wide area of comparative and international law not otherwise readily accessible
  • Includes clear and lively analysis of the new race equality Directive adopted by the EU in June 2000 and the functioning of international instruments against racism
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