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This front matter section of the book Lexicon of Human Rights contains table of contents, foreword by Yozo Yokota and introduction about the book. ?Human rights? is a legal tool for some people, an inspiration for others. It represents an inalienable right and a rampart against barbarity for many. Students, diplomats, defendants, barristers, citizens, individuals, NGOs and other organizations ? all call on ?human rights? when they need to. The number of texts and references adopted by countless organizations grows exponentially.

Keywords: Human Rights; NGO



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