Explain to me ... human rights

Explain to me ... human rights

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There is no day without human rights being mentioned, on the headlines, on the airwaves or at seminars and other meetings. On the occasion of World Human Rights Day on Saturday, December 10, 2011 and to find out what precisely these rights are ..., Nane Editions presents his book: Explain to me ... Human Rights.

Prefaced by Stéphane Hessel, Ambassador of France, who participated in the drafting of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948, produced with the support of the UN Regional Information Center for Western Europe and illustrated by many photos, Explain to me ... Human Rights, treats, in 48 pages, the history of Human Rights, their characteristics, women's rights, children's rights, the institutions and personalities concerned, and many other subjects.

Designed for children, the "Explain to me" collection is also aimed at parents and everyone! For young people, it allows them to learn about various topics such as institutions, professions, history, citizenship ... The older ones will satisfy their intellectual curiosity and will usefully supplement their general culture.

Explain to me ... Human Rights, by Dominique de Margerie. preface by Stéphane Hessel. Nane Editions.

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