Charter on Industrial hazards and human rights

Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal

Charter on Industrial hazards and human rights

Other Media communications, New Delhi, 1996, pp 24

The Charter on Industrial Hazards and Human Rights was drafted in the spirit of learning from the past so that a more humane future may be possible. It is not an official document, but a people’s statement. Unlike most human rights documents, its content was not determined by diplomatic compromise. Rather its substance and hence its authority, derive directly from the collective experience of those who have been forced to live with the consequences of industrial hazards.


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