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Human Rights: The Citizenship Edition, 2nd Edition

By Asst.Prof.Jaran Ditapichai


This book is the second edition of Jaran Ditapichais Human Rights: The Citizenship Edition first published in 2004. The author still retain the same pattern of questions and answers of human rights violation through case studies from real life situation happened in Thai society. There are 16 chapters and each revealed not only facts but also analytical information to stimulate wider understanding of human rights on the following issues:




  • seizing and imprisonment of the wrong person
  • enticement of drug dealers
  • lessons learned the southern violence
  • citizenship rights and referendum
  • rights of the AIDS patient
  • secret uncover for national security vs. human rights violation
  • Tak Bai incidence
  • human rights in Thai constitution
  • case study from the tsunami
  • rights and liberties concerning rights to vote
  • the government role in promoting and safeguarding human rights
  • violation of consumers right
  • worker or labor force rights
  • democratic six principles after the 1932 revolution
  • human rights abuse in university

 


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