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Foreign relations Law Government Human rights instruments Human rights International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights International human rights law International human rights instruments Economic, social and cultural rights Universal Declaration of Human Rights International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Civil liberties
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Foreign relations Law Government Human rights instruments Human rights International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights International human rights law International human rights instruments Economic, social and cultural rights Universal Declaration of Human Rights International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Civil liberties
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Developing recognition of Human Rights • The abolition of slavery o Slavery: The status or condition of a person over whom any or all of the powers attaching to the rights of ownership are exercised (The Slavery convention 1926) o Movement began in 12th Century. The movement of Europeans used slave labour and was sought from newly discovered populations. Also known as the transatlantic slave trade. o Anti-­‐slavery (Abolitionist) movement ▪ US Declaration of independence (1776) – “All men are equal” SLAVERY STILL ▪ Abolished when 13th Constitutional Amendment to the US bill of rights were made. ▪ This ...
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