3.4 - Human Rights and Transnational Networks Review Rooted...

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3/04/08 Human Rights and Transnational Networks Review: Rooted Cosmopolitans -active in social politics in a place other than where they live -Cornell students involved in Darfur -sometimes can be voluntary migrants -former Frenchman involved in French social movements Global Issue Framing -in order to be noticed on a global scale, issues have to be spun -Zapatistas make their issues into human rights issues Diffusion -ideas moving across borders -demonstration effect Human Rights Regime -Social Movements: New or Old? -start in late 19 th Century, evolve through globalization -Russian Revolution, French Revolution -Transnational Social Movements are more new -Human Rights Regime is much more new -Human rights are not new -Crusades -No matter where you are on earth, you as a human have rights -tension between state desire and individual rights -Founding Documents -UN Charter (1945) -UDHR (1948) -Geneva Conventions (1948) -3 types of Human Rights -Political and Civil rights -due process -right to assemble -minority rights
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