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Cultural Traditions Values And Human Rights
  • Author:Chen Zhenggong&Ren Danhong
  • ISBN:9787508522814
  • Press:China International Press
  • Page:439
  • Publication date:2012
  • Price:138.00

Abstract

   Foreword
    From September 21 t0 23, 2011, the China Society for Human Rights Studies
successfully held the fourth session of "Beijing Forum on Human Rights" in Beijing.
Nearly one hundred high officials, experts and scholars from 26 countries, international
organizations and regions attended the forum, including China, Britain, France, Netherlands,
Austria, Hungary, Belarus, Ukraine, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Brazil, New
Zealand, Malaysia, Mexico, Cuba, Uzbekistan and the United Nations and Hong Kong,
 Macau and Taiwan of China, etc.
          The theme of the forum "Cultural Traditions, Values and Human Rights," was supported
 by three sub-themes: "Values and Human Rights," "Cultural Traditions and Human Rights,"
and "Human Dignity and Human Rights." The participants held frank and animated
 discussion around the theme of the forum. It was generally held that the forum had provided a
 valuable platform for dialogues on human rights between countries, which were not only able
to improve the mutual understanding and acquaintance of multiple cultures, but also boost
 the further development of international human rights co-operation. The participants hold
 that the spread and popularity of human rights concept has never been solely determined by
 a certain human rights culture but, on the contrary, reflected the exchange and integration of
 various cultures. Diversity of cultures and civilizations is an objective reality, which evolved
from the social development over hundreds of years, constituting the primary character of
 the present world and is an important impetus to drive human beings forward. We should
 actively protect the diversit.y of the world and promote the dialogue and integration between
 different civilizations, cultivate the fertile soil of human rights protection, make the world
 more colorful and human beings happier and their coexistence more harmonious. Respecting
 the diversity of values, setting up and improving the negotiation mechanism and forming
 and sticking to a scientific development model for human rights protection will surely largely
 widen the room for developing the protection of human rights. The attendees highly praised
 the human rights development mode of China and the achievements it has made.
       This book, divided into four parts according to theme, is a compilation of 53 theses
 received by the forum.
       The viewpoints expressed in the theses of this book refiect merely the opinions of the
 authors, and do not represent the views of the China Society for Human Right Studies.
                                                                          China Society for Human Rights Studies
                                                                                    December 2011
Brief introdution of the author
Content

CONTENS

DIFFERENT CULTURES SHOW SAME RESPECT FOR HUMAN DIGNITY

SPEECH AT THE OPENING CEREMONY OF THE FOURTH BEIJING FORUM ON HUMAN RIGHTS

SPEECH AT THE CLOSING CEREMONY OF THE FOURTH BEIJING FORUM ON HUMAN RIGHTS

CULTURAL TRADITIONS AND HUMAN RIGHTS

CULTURAL TRADITIONS AND HUMAN RIGHTS
     
CULTURAL TRADITIONS, VALUES AND HUMAN RIGHTS
                                                     
THE EXPLORATION OF UNIVERSALITY AND PARTICULARITY OF HUMAN
     
RIGHTS IN CHINESE CULTURE - TAKING MACAU AS AN EXAMPLE
                                                                                                   
NEW CULTURAL TRADITIONS AND HUMAN RIGHTS
      
HUMAN RIGHTS AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY - EVOLVING DYNAMICS OF UNIVERSALITY AND RELATIVISM
    
BRIEF DISCUSS ON THE INFLUENCE OF CULTURAL TRADITIONS TOWARDS THE DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS

 LEGAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CHINA'S PROTECTION OF ETHNIC INTANGIBLE CULTURAL HERITAGE
          
COOPERATIVE CULTURE AND HUMAN RIGHTS[page]

CULTURAL TRADITIONAL AND HUMAN RIGHTS: THE AOTEAROA NEW  ZEALAND EXPERIENCE

CULTURAL TRANSFORMATIONS IN CHINA AND PROGRESSES IN HUMAN RIGHTS CAUSE

CONFUCIAN CULTURE AND HUMAN RIGHTS DEVELOPMENT ON TAIWAN'S GUARANTEE FOR ITS INDIGENOUS PEOPLES' LANDS FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF LAW
        
THE DEFENSE OF CULTURAL RIGHTS IN MULTIETHNIC AND MULTICULTURAL NATIONS
    
CULTURAL TRADITIONS AND HUMAN RIGHTS
   
CULTURAL TRADITIONS, VALUES AND HUMAN RIGHTS: HISTORICAL, INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL EXPERIENCE

CHINESE CULTURAL TRADITIONS AND RIGHTS PROTECTION OF ETHNIC MINORITIES

THE HISTORICAL VICISSITUDE OF CHINESE HUMAN RIGHTS CULTURE
   
THE CULTURAL BASIS OF COGNITION OF THE ATTRIBUTIONS OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND ITS INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT
  
IMPLEMENTING HUMAN RIGHTS BY RELYING ON LOCAL CULTURE AND EXISTING SOCIALINSTITUTIONS: THE RECEPTOR APPROACH

VALUES AND HUMAN RIGHTS

VALUES AND THE HUMAN RIGHTS SYSTEM[page]

CONTROVERSY: ARE HUMAN RIGHTS AN INTEREST OR A FREEDOM
    
DIVERSITY OF VALUES IN HUMAN RIGHTS
                                                                                                 
 RE-AFFIRMING THE TRADITIONAL DEMOCRATIC VALUES OF PUBLIC SERVICE IN AID OF MAINSTREAMING HUMAN RIGHTS WITHIN THE (PHILIPPINE)
GOVERNMENT
      
HUMAN RIGHTS-REFLECTIONS OF THE EAST AND PERCEPTIONS OF THE WEST
         
THE CONNOTATIONS OF HUMAN RIGHTS UNDER THE SOCIALIST CORE VALUE SYSTEM
     
HUMAN RIGHTS AND VALUES
          
THE TNTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT AND THE POLITICISATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS

EUROPEAN VALUES AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN A GLOBALIZING WORLD
         
 HUMAN RIGHTS, VALUES AND THE MEDIA
     
VALUES AND HUMAN RIGHTS

REFLECTIONS ON "HUMAN RIGHTS" AND "SENSE OF WELLBEING"

ON THE RELIGIOUS ROOTS OF THE UNITED STATES TO EXPORT ITS LIBERTY, DEMOCRACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS VALUES
                                                             
CHINA'S AND EUROPEAN HUMAN RIGHTS-SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES
    
VIEWING "RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT' FROM NATO'S INTERVENTION INTO LIBYA

IS THE WESTERN OUTLOOK ON HUMAN RIGHTS THE UNIVERSAL VALUES[page]

ON COHERENCE AND DIFFERENTIATION OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS - FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF VALUE GOALS AND INSTITUTIONAL PATHS OF HUMAN RIGHTS

  HUMAN DIGNITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

HUMAN DIGNITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS
    
CULTURAL TRADITIONS, VALUES AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN BRAZIL

A BRIEF DISCUSSION ON PRISON INMATES' RIGHT TO HUMAN DIGNITY
      
DISCUSS ON HUMAN DIGNITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF PEACEKEEPING

HUMAN DIGNITY AS THE FOUNDATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS
     
THE ESTABLISHMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS CONCEPTS BASED ON 66THEORY OF
DIGNITY"

EXPLICATING DIGNITY TOWARD A MINIMAL CONCEPTION OF GLOBAL JUSTICE
     
HUMAN RIGHTS AND HUMAN DIGNITY
       
THE VALUE AND REALIZATION OF HUMAN DIGNITY
           
 PEOPLE'S INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS ARE THE FACTORS PROTECTING INDIVIDUAL  MORAL VALUES
       
 HUMAN DIGNITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION
     
CHINA HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION[page]

PROTECTION OF WOMEN'S RIGHTS AND INrfERESTS IN MACAU
       
RULING CONCEPTS OF CHINA AND THE PROGRESS OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN HONG KONG
        
TOWARDS A MORE COMPREHENSIVE OUTLOOK ON HUMAN RIGHTS
     
THREE QUESTIONS ON HUMAN RIGHTS IN CHINA

A NEW MECHANISM TO PROMOTE AND PROTECT HUMAN RIGHTS - ON THE  ESTABLISHMENT OF A NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS INSTITUTE IN CHINA
     
EXPERIENCE OF CHINAIN RESPECTING AND GUARANTEEING HUMAN RIGHTS