What does that mean here? Localizing human rights in the UK

By: Koldo Casla & Kath Dalmeny

Originally posted on Open Global Rights

Researchers and campaigners up and down the UK are adapting the international human rights system to local institutions and meanings in a process of “vernacularization”: they are taking the needs of the community and the language that make sense locally as the starting point of human rights advocacy.

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