Australia and the Birth of the International Bill of Rights

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Australia and the Birth of the International Bill of Human Rights provides the first in-depth examination of Australia's initial reactions to "international human rights" during the negotiations for the International Bill of Rights: the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the ICCPR, and ICESCR. The book follows Australian policy from 1946, the first year in which the United Nations began discussing a Bill of Rights, until 1966, when the twin Covenants were finalized. It looks at what successive Australian governments ...

Australia and the Birth of the International Bill of Rights 2005, Federation Press

ISBN-13: 9781862875623

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