Includes bibliographical references (p. 122-128) and index.
The human face of globalization -- A brief history of human rights -- Economic independence as a human right -- Globalization and personal freedom -- Global television and human rights abuses -- NGOs and getting involved -- America confronts globalization and human rights -- The future of human rights under globalization.
Library Media Connection, October 2006
Describes the effects, good and bad, of globalization on international human rights; the history of human rights; economic independence as a human right; the impact of the media on human rights abuses; and the work of nongovernmental organizations such as Amnesty International and the International Committee of the Red Cross to bring a stop to violations and aid victims.
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