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Human rights in Vietnam. Edition No. 1 - Product Image

Human rights in Vietnam. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 1906520
  • June 2009
  • Region: Vietnam
  • 112 Pages
  • VDM Publishing House

“Human rights,” the common value of human beings, are
based on
human wants-on those things necessary. The meaning of
human
rights is contested and how to apply the contested
idea of human
rights is more contested not only in Vietnam but also
in many
countries in the world. For human rights in Vietnam,
many
scholars and activists had different approaches,
ideas, and
conceptions. By using historical, comparative method and
analysis, I call for all sides to carry out constructive
dialogues to narrow differences in human rights and
bring find
common ground on which to work out solutions to old
problems and
contend it is wrong to use human rights as a
political tool and
oppose each other. As human rights or human dignity
is inviolable
and to respect and to protect human dignity is the
duty of all
human being.

Tam , Mai.
Scholars and activists had different approaches, ideas, and
conceptions on human rights in Vietnam. By using historical,
comparative method and analysis, I call for all sides to carry
out constructive dialogues to narrow differences and
contend it is wrong to use human rights as a political tool and
oppose each other.

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