Equality and Culture: Reconciling Identities in a Human Rights Framework
The paper will look at how cultural differences can be reconciled in a human rights framework, in particular with the equality principle.
||Equality, Culture, Human Rights, Identity, Individualism
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 5, pp.63-72.
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Administrator, European Commission, Indonesia Desk, Asia Directorate, External Relations department. Previously Desk for Lebanon and Jordan, Cousellor at the European Commission in Beirut (Lebanon) and Political Desk for Asia Europe Meetings and ASEAN Regional Forum. PhD candidate, Law, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), London. MSt, international human rights law, Oxford University. Postgraduate degree, Institute of Political Studies in Paris (Sciences Po), and in public law, University of Paris I.
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