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Poverty and human rights: The issue of systemic economic discrimination and some concrete proposals for reform

Bibliographic reference Arnsperger, Christian. Poverty and human rights: The issue of systemic economic discrimination and some concrete proposals for reform.Seminar on Poverty as a Violation of Human Rights (UNESCO, Paris (France), Apr 29, 2003). In: International Social Science Journal, Vol. 56, no. 2, p. 289 (2004)
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