Sixty Years of the Protection and Development of Human Rights in China


Author: Liu Hainian, Bi Xiaoqing

ISBN: 978-1-84464-266-3

E-ISBN: 9781844643899

Hardback-650 pages

Sep 30, 2015

English

£80 €100 $125

Description:

This major study systematically introduces the research on human rights theory, the construction of human right and human rights international communication since the founding of new China. The author summarizes the great achievement on human rights construction, and also gives some suggestion on the related aspects. It contains three parts: 1. General Issues, which discusses the definition of human rights, human rights theory and human rights development in China, it also analyses the scientific approaches to human rights. 2. Specific Issues, which incorporates the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and International Covenants on Human Rights, the author discusses the Chinese constitution to analyze and expound economy, society, cultural right, civil rights, and political rights. 3. External Communications, which sees the author combine Human Rights Dialogue, reports and major speeches between China and foreign countries. It also includes findings from the author’s original research.

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