Human rights in South Asia
CitationSur, A. (2017). Human rights in South Asia. İnsan hakları evrensel bildirgesinin 60. yılında insan hakları: hepimiz için onur ve adalet. Maltepe Üniversitesi. s. 51-59.
Human rights in South Asia is a dauting topic to cover in the space of half an hour, given the flagrant violations of human rights in the teeming democracies of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, not to mention Afghanistan, Bhutan and the Maldives. In the recent past, India alone has witnessed brutal suppression of people [secessionist movements] in the North and Northeast; ,llegal detention, and tortue; concempt for women's rights as reflected in escalating dowry deaths, honor killingsi skewed sex-rations, and evidence of female infanticide; denial of Delit-Bahujan rights; increasing state sanctioned violence against Muslims and Christians; and illegal eviction of tribal and rural people from their land in the name of development...
Sourceİnsan hakları evrensel bildirgesinin 60. yılında insan hakları: hepimiz için onur ve adalet
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