|1.||Cumper, Peter : Religious liberty in the United Kingdom, 1996|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: part of a monograph
Religious liberty in the United Kingdom / Cumper, Peter
REFERENCE TO GENERIC UNIT: Religious human rights in global perspective : legal perspective : vol. 2 / van der Vyer, J. D.; Witte, J. (eds.), p. 205-242 . - Hague : Martinus Nijhoff publ., 1996.
NOTE (GENERAL): ICCPR-18-26; ECHR-14; CRC
|2.||Witte, John (ed.) : Religious human rights in global perpsective, 1996|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph series
Religious human rights in global perpsective : religious perspectives : vol. 1 / Witte, John (ed.) ; van der Vyer, Johan D. (ed.), xxxv, 597 p.. - Hague : Martinus Nijhoff publ., 1996.
ABSTRACT: The articles are:. 1. Religious dimensions of human rights, by Martin E. Marty. 2. Religious rights : an historical perspective, by Brian Tierney. 3. Human rights and biblical legal thought, by Wolfgang Huber. 4. Religious rights and Christian texts, by Luke Timothy Johnson. 5. Religious activism for human rights : a Christian case study, by J. Bryan Hehir. 6. Human rights in the church, by William Johnson Everett. 7. Thinking about women, Christianity and rights, by jean Bethke Elshtain. 8. The religious rights of children, by John E. Coons. 9. Religious human rights in Judaic texts, by David Novak. 10. Forming religious communities and respecting dissenter's rights : a Jewish tradition for a modern society, by Michael J. Broyde. 11. Jewish NGO's and religious human rights : a case study, by Irwin Cotler. 12. Women in Judaism from the perspective of human rights, by Michael S. Berger & Deborah E. Lipstadt. 13. The duty to educate in Jewish law : a right with a purpose, by Michael J Broyde. 14. Islamic foundations of religious human rights, by Abdullahi Ahmed An-N'im. 15. Rights of women within Islamic communities, by Riffat Hassan. 16. The treatment of religious dissidents under classical and contemporary Islamic law, by Donna E. Arzt. 17. An apologia for religious human rights, by James E. Wood. 18. Religion and human rights : a theological apologetic, by Max L. Stackhouse and Stephen E. Healey. 19. Identity, difference and belonging : religious and cultural rights, by Charles Villa-Vicencio.
NOTE (GENERAL): AMR; Cairo declaration on human rights in Islam; Canadian human rights act; Charter of Paris; CEDAW; Declaration on the elimination of all forms of intolerance and of discrimination based on religion or belief; Helsinki final act; ICCPR; ICESCR; Genocide convention; CRC; Vienna declaration on the law of treaties; Vienna convention on the law of treaties; UDHR; Islamic declaration of human rights;