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Title Challenges in human rights : a social work perspective / edited by Elisabeth Reichert.
Published New York : Columbia University Press, c2007
Detail xiv, 286 p. ; 23 cm
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Added Author Bricker-Jenkins, Mary. Using Economic Human Rights in the Movement to End Poverty: The Kensington Welfare Rights Union and the Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign
  Dominelli, Lena. Human Rights in Social Work Practice: An Invisible Part of the Social Work Curriculum?
  Honkala, Cheri. Using Economic Human Rights in the Movement to End Poverty: The Kensington Welfare Rights Union and the Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign
  Lfe, Jim. Cultural Relativism and Community Activism
  Link, Rosemary J. Children's Rights as a Template for Social Work Practice
  McCormick, Robert J. Law and Social Work: Not-So-Odd Bedfellows in Promoting Human Rights
  Midgley, James. Development, Social Development, and Human Rights
  Mohan, Brij. Globalization, Democratization, and Human Rights: Human-Made Disasters and a Call for Universal Social Justice
  Reichert, Elisabeth. Human Rights in the Twenty-first Century: Creating a New Paradigm for Social Work
  Reichert, Elisabeth. Introduction: Social Work Perspectives on Human Rights
  Staub-Bernasconi, Silvia. Economic and Social Rights: The Neglected Human Rights
  Wetzel, Janice Wood. Human Rights and Women: A Work in Progress
  Wormer, Katherine van. Human Rights Violations Against Female Offenders and Inmates
  Wronka, Joseph. Global Distributive Justice as a Human Right: Implications for the Creation of a Human Rights Culture
  Young, Carrie. Using Economic Human Rights in the Movement to End Poverty: The Kensington Welfare Rights Union and the Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign
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