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In Human Rights Begin with Breakfast, the author John Madeley expands the idea of human rights and discusses several issues that can directly affect or go in conflict with the preservation of human rights. The first chapter reviews the concept of human rights, and the next two chapters discuss aid and commodities, respectively, and how they play a role in human rights. The fourth chapter tackles trade in manufactured goods. Chapter 5 discusses the capabilities of multinationals to further economic rights, while the next chapter covers science and technology in relation to human rights. Chapter 7 tackles armaments and economic rights, while Chapter 8 talks about national and personal lifestyle and economic rights. The last chapter discusses a comprehensive approach to remedy the predicaments of human rights. This book will be of great interest to readers who are concerned with the issues and progress of human rights.
1 Human Rights Begin with Breakfast
4 Trade in Manufactured Goods
5 Can Multinationals Further Economic Rights?
6 Science and Technology
7 Armaments and Economic Rights
8 National and Personal Lifestyle and Economic Rights
Appendix: Charter of Economic Rights and Duties of States
- No. of pages:
- © Pergamon 1982
- 1st January 1982
- eBook ISBN:
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