Minorities, a question of human rights? / edited by Ben Whitaker ; with an introduction by Roland Oliver.

Material type: TextTextOxford ; New York : Pergamon Press, 1986Description: vi, 131 pages ; 24 cmContent type: rdacontent Media type: rdamedia Carrier type: rdacarrierISBN: 0080308317Subject(s): Marginality, Social | Minorities | Civil rights | Human rights | RefugeesLOC classification: HM 136 | M54 1986
Contents:
1. What rights should minorities have 2. The integration of minorities 3. The roots of prejudice 4. Oppression as a cause of international violence 5. The value of minorities 6. Minority rights in a plural society 7. Intervention to protect minorities 8. Minority rights and minority rule 9. Prejudice and unemployment 10. human rights today: must the few be more than the many? 11. Human rights and mass exodus: developing an international conscience
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1. What rights should minorities have 2. The integration of minorities 3. The roots of prejudice 4. Oppression as a cause of international violence 5. The value of minorities 6. Minority rights in a plural society 7. Intervention to protect minorities 8. Minority rights and minority rule 9. Prejudice and unemployment 10. human rights today: must the few be more than the many? 11. Human rights and mass exodus: developing an international conscience

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