Auteur Laura E. Alexander is Associate Professor of Religious Studies and Executive Director of the Goldstein Center for Human Rig...
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Laura E. Alexander is Associate Professor of Religious Studies and Executive Director of the Goldstein Center for Human Rights at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, USA, where she also previously served as inaugural holder of the Goldstein Family Community Chair in Human Rights.
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This book highlights perspectives from religious traditions worldwide, in conversation with other communities who promote, critique, or question the idea of human rights. It shows how human rights can provide a platform for dialogue among groups of people from diverse backgrounds who seek to address pressing issues of human well-being.
AcknowledgmentsCommonly Used AcronymsText of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights Introduction 1. History of Religion and Human Rights 2. Debates and Discussions about Human Rights 3. Religion, Family Ties, and Rights Across the Lifespan 4. Religion, Human Rights, Gender, and Sexuality 5. Racial Discrimination, Religious Nationalism, and Human Rights 6. Violence, Coercion, Conflict, and Peacebuilding 7. Religion and Economic Rights 8. Religion, Health, and Human Rights 9. Migrants and Refugees 10. The Rights of the Earth? Human Rights, the Natural Environment, and Other-Than-Human Persons 11. The Future of Religion and Human Rights. Index