U S Occupation and Human Rights Issues: Special Reference to Iraqi Women

By: Vinitha Varghese & C. Vinoden (Authors)

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Human rights are moral principles or norms that describe certain standards of human behavior, and are regularly protected as legal rights in national and international law. Today, human rights have become a subject of intense discussion, not only in international level but also in national jurisdiction. Every country whether developed or developing, expresses genuine concern over promotion and realization of human rights. The world will not easily accept an in human treatment in any context, which seriously undermines even legitimate security operations. The right to life, the basic right, is being denied to millions by the continued war, occupations and the sanctions policy, implemented by the United States in Iraq. Iraqis in general and Iraqi women in particular are the victims of such violations. This book is an attempt to examine the human rights violations in Iraq. It also aims to look into the rights of women and opens new avenues in the field of human rights and the need of protection of women's rights across the world. The book will give valuable insight to researchers, academics, NGOs and human rights activists, and policy makers interested in human rights and women rights. Printed Pages: 320.

Title: U S Occupation and Human Rights Issues: Special Reference to Iraqi Women

Author Name: Vinitha Varghese & C. Vinoden (Authors)

Categories: India, Fiction,

Publisher: New Delhi, Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd..: 2017

ISBN: 9789351282457

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

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Seller ID: 700382

Keywords: U S Occupation and Human Rights Issues: Special Reference to Iraqi Women Vinitha Varghese & C. Vinoden (Authors)