"The International Struggle for New Human Rights is a
tremendously important book. At its core, it is much more than an
assessment of the efficacy and difficulties associated with employing a
rights-based approach or framework to a wide range of grievances.
Rather, it is a book about the possible, a book about the individuals
and organizations who have refused to be satisfied with the status quo,
and who have had the courage to try to convince others to see rights
violations in places where they never saw them before. From this, we
should all take inspiration."–Andrew Thompson, H-Human Rights, H-Net Reviews
Read the full review at the H-Net Reviews web site.