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Write on Rights: An Investigation of Human Rights in the John Wood's Area and Beyond (Paperback)
  • Write on Rights: An Investigation of Human Rights in the John Wood's Area and Beyond (Paperback)
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Write on Rights: An Investigation of Human Rights in the John Wood's Area and Beyond (Paperback)

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Paperback 235 Pages / Published: 26/08/2011
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The collected articles share the stories of 12 people who in some way support the human rights of others. As you will discover, these people are real and shirk any weighty labels. This anthology represents a constellation of stars. The individuals profiled are dynamic workers in their fields and thus glow brightly. The voices of the student writers shine through their headlines and quotes. And finally, and perhaps more importantly, the people of London and the world who receive the services are the true heart of these stories. The following people and organizations are profiled in these articles: Vicky Fox, Director, Doorstep Homeless Families Project Daniel Hahn, Human Rights Watch Sheena Boyd, hospice day services manager, St. John's Hospice Vito Farci, Quintin Kynaston School Shannon Wayling, Quintin Kynaston School Sophie Ward, student, Quintin Kynaston School Lorik Morina, student, Quintin Kynaston School Mina Omar, ASL student and St. John's Hospice volunteer PC Matt Tinkler, community police officer Evelyn W. Swanson, TechnoServe Annabel Lucy Smith, Director of Global Studies and Community Partnerships, ASL Leo Matlock, Right to Play Ashley Westpfel, Whizz-Kidz Sydney Rossiter, ASL student and St. John's Hospice volunteer Terry Gladis, ASL teacher and Ubuntu volunteer Erik Niemi, ASL teacher and Ubuntu volunteer Martha Jennings, Save the Children UK Paul Perkins, The Winchester Project (The Winch)

Publisher: Upfront Publishing
ISBN: 9781780350202
Number of pages: 235
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm

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