Challenges in Human Rights

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Challenges in Human Rights

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Number Of Pages 296
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Publish Date September 1, 2007
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Publishers Columbia University Press
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Subjects Social Work
Human Rights And Foreign Policy
Social Work And Society
Social Science
Political Freedom & Security - Human Rights
Social Science / Social Work
Cultural relativism
Human rights
Social service
Subtitle A Social Work Perspective
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Challenges in Human Rights
Authors Elisabeth Reichert
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Categories Political Science
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Description By using human rights as a guidepost, social workers can help create social welfare policies that better serve societal needs. However, in applying human rights to contemporary situations, social workers often encounter challenges that require thinking outside the box. Bringing together provocative essays from a diverse range of authors, Elisabeth Reichert demonstrates how approaching social work from a human rights perspective can profoundly affect legislation, resource management, and enforcement of policies. Topics include the reconciliation of cultural relativism with universal human rights; the debate over whether human rights truly promote economic and social development or simply allow economically developed societies to exploit underdeveloped countries; the role of gender in the practice of human rights; the tendency to promote political and civil rights over economic and social rights; and the surprising connection between the social work and legal professions.
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Page Count 286
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Published Date 2007
Publisher Columbia University Press
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Subtitle A Social Work Perspective
Title Challenges in Human Rights

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