Anthology on Human Rights from Different Regions: 70th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
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The book will provide a unique anthology on the current situation from different regions on fundamental Human Rights and the legal effect on its infringement. All the articles bring interesting reflections to the reader from well-known authors within the UIA community in a very significant year for Human Rights. All the areas deal within the book have an impact on the practice of every single lawyer member or non-member of the UIA.
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Table of contents
DIGITAL SOCIETY AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Mª Eugènia Gay Rosell
HUMAN RIGHTS LAWYERS IN COLOMBIA: International support saves lives
Professor Sara Chandler QC (Hon)
MIGRATION AND HUMAN RIGHTS – A EUROPEAN VIEW
Nuala Mole, England
GENE SELECTION (OR “CHILDREN À LA CARTE”); BIOTECHNOLOGIES AND THE RIGHT TO AN OPEN FUTURE
Gustavo Salas Rodríguez, Ph. D.
FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND THE CANCEL CULTURE
Howard Simmons, Canada
Carmen Meza Ingar, Peru
RIGHT OF HONOR VS FREEDOM OF INFORMATION: The Spanish point of view
Angela Diaz-Bastien, Spain
MEDIATION AND PROTECTION OF THE FAMILY IN THE LIGHT OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN ARGENTINA
Daniela Patricia Almirón
INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ RIGHTS
Jumanah A. Behbehani, Kuwait.
DISPOSABLE WOMEN: Tracing the rights of women from religious and ethnic minorities in India, Pakistan and the United Kingdom
Sulema Jahangir, Pakistan