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Published: 30 December 2021

448 Pages

9.7 x 6.7 inches

ISBN: 9780198868064

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The Struggle for Human Rights

Essays in honour of Philip Alston

Edited by Nehal Bhuta, Florian Hoffmann, Sarah Knuckey, Frédéric Mégret, and Margaret Satterthwaite

  • Evaluates the themes of law, politics, and practice which together define international human rights practice and scholarship.
  • Provides an in depth analysis of both the promise and limits of the human rights project, helping readers to understand where the human rights project stands and where it might be headed.
  • Critiques the reform of human rights institutions and reflects on the place of human rights practice in contemporary society.
  • Examines the career and work of Philip Alston, international human rights advocate, scholar, and teacher.