3 edition of Safeguarding human rights in eastern Africa found in the catalog.
Safeguarding human rights in eastern Africa
Regional Dialogue on Institutional Arrangements (1999 Kampala, Uganda)
|Contributions||Walter, Viktoria., Betts, Debbie., Eastern African Human Rights Network. Meeting|
|LC Classifications||KQC572.A6 R44 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. in 1 ;|
|LC Control Number||2003406155|
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Schulz “The Power of Justice: Applying International Human Rights Standards to American Domestic Practices,” (Center for American Progress, June ). 3 An observation based upon several conversations between Lantos and William F.
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