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Thursday, December 10, 1998 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | PREVIOUS: Delayed Justice for Pinochet’s Victims
1998-12-10

Universal Declaration of Human Rights

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Today is International Human Rights Day and there will be commemoration events around the world from New York to Paris to Jakarta. Today on Democracy Now, we wanted to take a look back fifty years to the foundation of the UN Universal Declaration on Human Rights.

Guest:

  • Stephanie Farrior, Professor of Law, Pennsylvania State University, Dickinsen School of Law.

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