Freedom of Movement by Catherine Bradley


Freedom of Movement by Catherine Bradley

This series introduces the reader to the concept of human rights and discusses the practicalities of upholding them in today's world. Case studies linked to a clear explanatory text and excellent reportage photography encourage debate and promote awareness of human rights: their abuse good practice and responsibilities of society and the individual for maintaining them.

About the Author

Catherine Bradley has written and edited a number of titles for children and young adults focusing on the social issues with titles published by Two-Can, Evans Brothers and Franklin Watts.

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32 pages
Interest Age: 9-13


Catherine Bradley
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Publication date

8th June 2006



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