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Vol 23 No 3 March/April 2018

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Human Rights

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Peter VilliersHead of Training and Development, National Police Staff College, Bramshill, Hampshire

ISBN13: 9780749436308
ISBN: 0749436301
Published: January 2001
Publisher: Kogan Page Ltd
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

The British government predicted in 1998 that its Human Rights Act would lead to a Human Rights culture in the UK. Will it? What will that culture be like? What are the pros and cons? What are the implications for managers? This succinct, highly readable new guide will help any manager to: know the background to Human Rights; understand the legal, moral, political and organizational issues involved be aware of their own rights and responsibilities; be able to evaluate what their organization needs to do to operate effectively and in accordance with the law - at home and abroad

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1. The background to Human Rights; 2. The European Convention on Human Rights; 3. How the Act works; 4. The implications for Public Authorities; 5. Some rights of particular interest to managers; 6. Discrimination; 7. Health and safety at work; 8. The international dimension; 9. Reflections: where we go from here; 10. Further reading.