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JSCFADT report on link between aid and human rights : response to recommendations
Bib ID 3596791
Format BookBook
Author
Australia
 
Description Canberra : The Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia, 2002 
[3] p. ; 30 cm. 
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Subjects Australia. - Parliament. - Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade. - The link between aid and human rights.  |  Australian Agency for International Development.  |  Economic assistance - Developing countries.  |  Human rights - Developing countries.  |  Debt relief - Developing countries.  |  Economic assistance, Australian - Developing countries.  |  Human rights - Government policy - Australia.

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