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By Francesco Francioni, Martin Scheinin

What's the courting among tradition and human rights? Can the assumption of cultural rights, that are predicated at the specialty and exclusivity of a community's ideals and traditions, be suitable with the idea that of human rights, that are common and 'inherent' to all humans? If we settle for such compatibility, what's the real content material of cultural rights? who're their beneficiaries: participants, or peoples or teams as collective entities? And what specified tasks do cultural rights pose upon states or different actors in foreign legislation, or for the overseas neighborhood as a complete? overseas tools at the safeguard of human rights don't supply self-evident solutions to those questions. This booklet seeks to examine those dilemmas and to evaluate the impression that they're having on overseas legislation and the advance of a coherent classification of cultural human rights.

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