Minority groups are more likely to assert their rights when seeking to address injustices. Kendrick briefly examines the origins of natural justice and explains that the response to a rights argument is not always successful or the argument respected. He asks the questions - do communities have the ability to meet a demand for rights and what, in a community, should be cultivated to enabled rights to be respected?
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Community and Rights
Paper presented at Rights and Responsibilities, Annual Conference of the National Advocacy Coucil, 8 November, Ireland.
27 May 2005
Advocacy, Community Development