Sixty Years of the Protection and Development of Human Rights in China

By Liu Hainian

Contributions by: Bi Xiaoqing

This major Chinese study systematically introduces research on human rights theory, the construction of human rights, and international communication on human rights since the founding of new China. The book summarizes the great achievement on human rights construction in China and also offers some suggestions on related aspects. Divided into three sections, the book discusses: a) Human Rights in General [the definition of human rights * human rights theory and human rights development in China * scientific approaches to human rights]; b) Specific Human Rights [incorporating the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and International Covenants on Human Rights * the Chinese constitution * cultural rights, civil rights, and political rights]; c) Foreign Exchange in the Field of Human Rights [a combination of human rights dialogue, reports, and major speeches between China and foreign countries]. *** Librarians: ebook available (Series: Social Change in Modern China) [Subject: Asian Studies, Chinese Studies, Human Rights, Politics]

650 pages

Publication Date: 9/30/2015
Format: Cloth
ISBN: 9781844642663

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