In Defence of Principles: NGOs and Human Rights in Canada (Law and Society)
By: Andrew S. Thompson (author)Hardback
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In Defence of Principles will appeal to students and
practitioners of law, sociology, and Canadian politics, as well as
anyone interested in the history of human rights in Canada.
Andrew S. Thompson is an adjunct assistant professor of political science at the University of Waterloo.
Preface Introduction: In Defence of Principles 1 My Brother's Keeper: The Canadian Council of Churches and the Rights of Refugees 2 The "Misuse" of Freedom? The Canadian Jewish Congress, the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, and the Limits of Expression 3 Shocking the Conscience? Amnesty International Canada and Abolition of the Death Penalty Conclusion: Principles in the Age of Rights Notes Selected Bibliography Index
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