News and brain candy for the philosophy community
Today is Human Rights Day as established by the UN General Assembly. Starting in 1950, the 10th of December is held to draw attention to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as a standard of achievement globally.
This year’s theme, Human Rights 365, aims to expand the ideas and philosophy behind Human Rights across the entire year and celebrates the idea that all of us globally are entitled to the full range of human rights. In support of this, Wiley set free over 50 scholarly articles to encourage readership and engagement across a broad spectrum of thought communities to engage and promote Human Rights.
What might you find in this special collection of articles? Anything from Access to Health-Related Goods, to Inequality and Human Rights: Who Controls What, When and How. See the full range of articles here.
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