Civil Religion, Human Rights and International Relations
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Civil Religion, Human Rights and International Relations

Connecting People Across Cultures and Traditions

Edited by Helle Porsdam

This ground breaking book discusses whether human rights can be forged into a common set of transcendent principles against which actions of every nation can be judged and whether such a common understanding, or civil religion, could one day become a vehicle for global peace.
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Chapter 9: Human Rights as Lived Experience: Kinship, Fictive Kinship, and Human Rights Among Trans-national Migrants

Jay M. Winter

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JOBNAME: Helle Porsdam PAGE: 1 SESS: 11 OUTPUT: Mon Jan 23 12:40:01 2012 9. Human rights as lived experience: kinship, fictive kinship, and human rights among trans-national migrants Jay M. Winter This chapter describes the downward derogation of ...

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