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Balancing Competing Human Rights Claims in a Diverse Society: Institutions, Policy, Principles

Balancing Competing Human Rights Claims in a Diverse Society: Institutions, Policy, Principles

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Balancing Competing Human Rights Claims in a Diverse Society: Institutions, Policy, Principles

Balancing Competing Human Rights Claims in a Diverse Society: Institutions, Policy, Principles edited by Shaheen Azmi, Lorne Foster and Lesley A. Jacobs. As societies around the world embrace diversity, certain challenges and tensions have become visible that were not fully anticipated. In particular the practice of human rights has become increasingly complex in Canada and other diverse societies.

Year of book publication: 2012
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Author: Shaheen Azmi, Lorne Foster, Lesley A. Jacobs
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