This exhibition highlights core tenets of the U.
The Novel of Human Rights
Declaration of the Rights of the Child: the rights to education, food, health, participation, safety and shelter. The thirty books featured and text from each have been selected as among the best to help us as educators, parents and policy makers share these crucial concepts with children — and ensure we also remember how important our role is to defend these rights for future generations.
The exhibition was made possible with foundational support from the Thomas J. Special thanks go to: Glenn Mitoma, director of the Thomas J.
Very special thanks also go to UConn students from the School of Illustration and Rossitza Skortcheva Donesky who devoted their time, creativity and imagination to bringing the crucial messages from the Declaration of the Rights of the Child to life with the original artwork displayed here.
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- Literature and/of Human Rights.
- Macrosocial Determinants of Population Health.
- Geotechnics for building professionals.
- Reclaiming Value in International Development: The Moral Dimensions of Development Policy and Practice in Poor Countries.
- Science and the Afterlife Experience: Evidence for the Immortality of Consciousness;
- DRG Human Rights Literature Reviews | USAID Learning Lab.
- Dream Chaser: Number 14 in series (Dark-Hunter World Book 15);
Throughout modern history, literature has been vital to cultivating respect for human rights and the many values tied to their norms. Indeed, it is hard to conceive of a culture of human rights that is not grounded in forms of artistic and creative production, whether film and drama, visual art, poetry, music or fictional and non-fictional narrative literature.
The Routledge Companion to Literature and Human Rights: 1st Edition (Hardback) - Routledge
Precisely due to its imaginative capacities, art performs vital work in helping to instil the many values and expectations that lie at the heart of a culture's robust respect for CQ Press Your definitive resource for politics, policy and people. Remember me?
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- The Great Lakes (Lightning Bolt Books - Famous Places).
- ENG4436 – English Literature and Human Rights.
- Towards a Culture without Borders.
- The Power of Literature and Human Rights;
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