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Routledge Handbook of Human Rights in Asia provides a multidisciplinary account of areas of ongoing concern for human rights across Asia. Development pressures, civil conflict, internal unrest and unstable governments contribute to the human rights volatility of the region.
Chapters cover rights relating to women, children, migrants, trafficked and displaced persons, disabled and indigenous populations, linguistic religious and ethnic minorities, political dissidents and human rights defenders. Contributors contextualize the broader impact on the social and political stability of nations and regions and the protection measures available critiqued.
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Fernand de Varennes is currently a continuing visiting law professor at the University of Pretoria in South Africa, Vytautas Magnus University in Lithuania, and the University of Hong Kong in China. He is the former Director of the Asia-Pacific Centre for Human Rights.
Christie May Gardiner is a Lecturer in the College of Law & Legal Workshop at Australian National University.
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