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Minority rights : the key to conflict prevention

Author: Clive Baldwin; Chris Chapman; Zoë Gray; Minority Rights Group International.
Publisher: London : Minority Rights Group International, 2007.
Series: Report (Minority Rights Group International)
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This report argues that an understanding of minority rights is essential for anyone dealing with conflict prevention and resolution. It demonstrates the strong links between minority rights violations and the outbreak of major conflicts, drawing on research carried out in China, India, Iraq, Kosovo, Nicaragua, the Philippines and Sudan, among other states. MRG's report shows how minority rights violations are often  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Clive Baldwin; Chris Chapman; Zoë Gray; Minority Rights Group International.
ISBN: 1904584624 9781904584629
OCLC Number: 156840993
Notes: Includes bibliographical references (p. [41]).
Description: 40 p. ; 30 cm.
Contents: Executive summary --
Introduction --
Identity --
Political participation --
Economic participation --
Justice --
International responses --
Overall conclusions --
Relevant international instruments --
Checklist --
Recommendations.
Series Title: Report (Minority Rights Group International)
Responsibility: by Clive Baldwin, Chris Chapman and Zoë Gray.

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This report argues that an understanding of minority rights is essential for anyone dealing with conflict prevention and resolution. It demonstrates the strong links between minority rights violations and the outbreak of major conflicts, drawing on research carried out in China, India, Iraq, Kosovo, Nicaragua, the Philippines and Sudan, among other states. MRG's report shows how minority rights violations are often warning signs of an approaching conflict.

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