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Peace and Human Rights


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Peace and Human Rights

Peace Agreements and Human Rights

Peace Processes, Peace Agreements, and Human Rights: What are They?

Educating Health Professionals on Peace and Human Rights

Must We Choose between Peace and Human Rights?

Peace, Human Rights, and the Moral Choices of the Churches

The Dayton Peace Agreement: Human Rights Guarantees and their Implementation

‘Back to the Future’: Human Rights and Peace Agreements

Protection of Human Rights and the Maintenance of International Peace and Security Necessary Precondition or a Clash of Interests?

ANGOLA: BETWEEN WAR AND PEACE — ARMS TRADE AND HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES SINCE THE LUSAKA PROTOCOL*

Sri Lanka: Ethnic Strife, Fratricide, and the Peace vs. Human Rights Dilemma

Peace v. Justice: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Modern Origins of the Debate

Delivering Lasting Peace, Democracy and Human Rights in Times of Transition: The Role of International Law

BONDEVIK, Kjell Magne (born 1947), President, Oslo Center for Peace and Human Rights, since 2006

Bosnia and Herzegovina — Croatia — Yugoslavia, General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Annexes 6 (Human Rights) & 7 (Refugees and Displaced Persons) Annex 6, Agreement on Human Rights

Naming and Shaming: Human Rights Accountability in Security Council Resolution 1960 (2010) on Women, Peace and Security

Transitional Justice and Peace Building: Diagnosing and Addressing the Socioeconomic Roots of Violence through a Human Rights Framework

Summary of the International Green Document for Peace and Human Rights in the Era of the Masses: June, 1988 (Libyan Arab Jamahiriya [ly])

General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Annex 6: Agreement on Human Rights: November 21, 1995 (effective December 14, 1995)

 

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