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Human rights of minority and women's / edited by Indrani Sen
Bib ID 3640056
Format BookBook
Description Delhi, India : Isha Books, 2005 
4 v. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 8182052041
8182052815
8182052823
8182052831
818205284X
Full contents
  • Vol. 1. Reinventing women's right
  • vol. 2. Transgender human rights
  • vol. 3. Women and human rights development
  • vol. 4. Human rights and sexual minorities.
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Subjects Human rights.  |  Women's rights.  |  Women -- Social conditions.  |  Minority women.
Other authors/contributors Sen, Indrani

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