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This front matter section of the book titled On Cultural Rights: The Equality of Nations and the Minority Legal Tradition contains the table of contents, list of charts, acknowledgements, and table of abbreviations. The common theme contained in UN's cultural rights instruments is their protection and propagation of minority identity. Cultural rights are closely attached to the concept of rehabilitation", particularly in under-developed countries, so that minority group members can learn basic skills enabling individuals to master conditions of poverty as a pre-requisite to accessing culture. The religious aspect of cultural rights protects religious groups against the states' long history of religious intolerance.

Keywords: cultural rights; minority legal tradition



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