Book review: activating human rights and peace.
LSE Review of Books
(22 Oct 2012)
Activating Human Rights and Peace is an enlightening collection of well thought through
cases aimed at academics and students of human rights, political science, law and justice,
peace and conflict studies and sociology. It argues that we need to appreciate that cultivating a
human rights and peace consciousness is choice-less: there is a moral imperative to engender
and sustain an ethical praxis that is motivated by a concern and commitment for how we live
with each other. Kristen Perrin notes that each chapter gives a glimpse into the diverse range
of ideas encompassing contemporary human rights issues.
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