Some Reflections on Human Rights and Development1
This chapter explores some issues on human rights and development. The debate in question is difficult to understand. Article 17 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on property rights is tackled. The chapter also looks at the right to freedom of thought, conscience, and religion. In addition, it goes on to talk about culture. Careful reading of the Universal Declaration can be said to refer to social security, equal employment, the right to adequate standards of living, motherhood, children, education, a just international order, etc. The commitment of elucidating the role of rights in development is discussed as well.
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