Culture remains one of international human rights law’s most vexing subjects. While the right of minority groups to protect culture has existed for nearly four decades, fundamental questions still prevail in the jurisprudence in the area. To add to the unresolved debate, the essay argues for the incorporation of a new dynamic approach to culture, borrowed from the cultural insights of anthropology.
24 December 2013
JOURNAL: 'Global Jurist' On-Line
A new issue of 'Global Jurist' Volume 13, Issue 1 (Jan 2013) is now available online from De Gruyter Online with a new article 'Incorporating Cultural Dynamism into International Human Rights Law: A Solution from Anthropology' by Sean Goggin.
Full text is avaliable here.