Index: Human rights

This page forms part of the alphabetical index to the patterns of power commentaries.  Links coloured sepia are to Edition 2 material in an older format.

a governance requirement, (2.1), (9.7)

abuses, (6.3.7), (7.2.4.1), (7.4.3.2)

America: human rights, (7.4.3.2)

Authoritarianism: human rights, (6.3.1.6), (6.3.1.7), (6.3.7)

behavioural requirement, (4.4.2.2)

China: human rights, (4.3.5.2), (6.3.1.6), (7.4.3.2)

conferring legitimacy, (6.3.1.7), (6.3.7)

enforcement, (4.2.4.2)

European Convention on Human Rights, (5.3.5.4)

European Court of Human Rights, (5.4.7.5)

European Union human rights, (4.3.5.6), (5.3.5.4), (5.3.7), (5.4.7.3), (5.4.7.5), (6.3.7)

freedom of belief, (4.1.1), (4.1.2), (4.2.4.2), (4.4.1), (4.4.6.2), (6.7.4.3), (6.7.4.8)

international activism, (4.3.5.2)

Iraq, (8.2.2), (8.5.2), (8.6.1), (8.6.4), (8.7.3), (8.7.6)

legal enforcement, (4.2.4.4), (5.2.2), (5.2.4), (5.2.6.2), (5.4.2), (5.4.7.2), (7.2.4.3), (9.7);
also see International law: human rights (5.2.8), (5.4.7.4), (5.4.7.5)

moral standard, (4.2.4)

negotiation, (4.2.4.4), (6.1.3)

religious law, (5.3.3.1), (5.3.3.2)

safeguard, (5.4.7), (6.8.4)

Socio-economic rights, (4.2.4.3), (5.4.7.2), (6.2.3) and see separate Index

United Nations (UN), (4.3.1.1), (5.4.7.5), (6.6.6.1)

Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), (4.2.4.1), (4.2.4.3), (4.2.4.4), (6.3.7)Also see Appendix-1

Women’s rights, (4.4.2.2)

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