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This book explores current discussions around the scope, implications and impact of human rights law in its global and local settings.
Rights discourse takes a multiplicity of forms, and the interactions at national, regional and international levels are complex and debates often sharply contested. In this context, this work examines what it means to view human rights law "in perspective" by examining debates on the protection of refugees, asylum seekers and displaced persons as a case study of the relationship between "humanity and legality".