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Recommended Reading for December: Universal Human Rights

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Human Rights Day is observed on December 10 every year. On December 10, 1948, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly. This milestone document outlines the core principles of human rights to be applied universally.

To celebrate Human Rights Day, this month’s Recommended Readings present books, videos, and Web resources on the history of human rights, issues surrounding universal human rights, personal accounts of struggles toward the realization of human rights, and more.

Below are a few examples of the titles. Please click on each image for more information about the books.

Unity in Diversity?

The Last Utopia

The Human Rights Paradox

Until We Are Free

For the complete list of titles, please visit our Recommended Reading Guide.

Posted: December 3, 2016 at 11:02 am