Human Rights, the UN and the Baha’is in Iran

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Human Rights, the UN and the Baha’is in Iran

A comprehensive account of the interaction between the United Nations human rights system and one human rights situation – that of the Bahá’ís in Iran.

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Human Rights, the UN and the Baha’is in Iran

A comprehensive account of the interaction between the United Nations human rights system and one human rights situation – that of the Bahá’ís in Iran.

The Bahá’í community in Iran is the largest religious minority in the country yet does not feature in its constitution. This survey traces the course of the human rights of the Bahá’ís after the 1979 Islamic Revolution and follows the Bahá’í case as it is taken up by the United Nations Commission on Human Rights.

The main actors in this study include governmental representatives at the United Nations, Sub-Commission and Treaty-body experts, non-governmental organizations, the Special Representative appointed to monitor Iran’s human rights situation, the Special Rapporteur on Religious Intolerance and other Special Rapporteurs who have covered it within their thematic mandates.

Nazila Ghanea’s study provides the scene, the setting and the actors in this legal, political, social, cultural and religious drama, and observed within the United Nations human rights system. It is this drama that this book examines in its theoretical, legal, institutional and political dimension.

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Weight 1.65 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 × 5.5 × 3 in

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Human Rights, the UN and the Baha’is in Iran

by Nazila Ghanea

5.5  x 8 1/4″, 640  pages

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