Vulnerable and Marginalised Groups and Human Rights

Vulnerable and Marginalised Groups and Human Rights

Elgar Research Reviews in Law

David Weissbrodt and Mary Rumsey

This insightful research review addresses human rights from the perspective of those groups whose rights are especially vulnerable to abuse, with particular reference to stateless or internally-displaced persons, linguistic, cultural and sexual minorities and disabled people.

Review Article

David Weissbrodt and Mary Rumsey

Subjects: politics and public policy, human rights, law - academic, human rights

This insightful research review addresses human rights from the perspective of those groups whose rights are especially vulnerable to abuse, with particular reference to stateless or internally-displaced persons, linguistic, cultural and sexual minorities and disabled people.

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