Rights in the Home by Emma Haughton
  

Synopsis

Rights in the Home by Emma Haughton

Each book in this series focuses on one area of human rights, using the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as a basis for their explanation. The issues discussed within each title are introduced by historical and modern day case studies.

About the Author

Emma Haughton

Emma Haughton is a freelance journalist who has written features for a wide variety of newspapers and glossy magazines. Now You See Me is her first novel for young adults.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Emma Haughton
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Author's Website

www.emmahaughton.com/

Publisher

Franklin Watts Ltd an imprint of Hachette Children's Group

Publication date

8th June 2006

ISBN

9780749638276


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