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Human Rights Outlook in Southeast Asia: 2014-15

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Human Rights Outlook in Southeast Asia: 2014-15The Human Rights Outlook in Southeast Asia: 2014-15 is a continuing series examining human rights in the Southeast Asian region. The objective is to disseminate human rights research to a wider audience. The Outlook provides not only an objective analysis of international and national legal human rights obligations in Southeast Asian countries, but also by offering more subjective expert opinions on key human rights issues particular to their respective nations. The Outlook will focus on a specific time period, which will provide a valuable insight into the evolution or even devolution of human rights protection in the region, and over time should offer a useful and structured record. Covering seven countries (Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam), this first volume will examine the period, 2014-2015.

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Author: SHAPE SEA

Topics: Regional Human Rights

Output: Outlook

Related: Human Rights Outlook in Southeast Asia 2016