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Title The art of human rights [electronic resource] : commingling art, human rights and the law in Africa / Romola Adeola, Michael Gyan Nyarko, Adebayo Okeowo, Frans Viljoen, editors.

Published [S.l.] : SPRINGER NATURE, 2020.

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Physical description 1 online resource
Series Arts, research, innovation and society
Arts, research, innovation and society.
Springer Literature, Cultural and Media Studies eBooks 2019 English+International
Contents Chapter1. Arts, Human Rights and the Law in Africa: An Introduction -- Chapter2. Critical Pedagogy of International Legal Education in Africa: An Exploration of Fela Anikulapo-Kutis Music -- Chapter3. Photographic Silhouettes and Human Rights in Africa: Confronting and Deterring Female Genital Mutilation in Aida Silvestris Unsterile Clinic -- Chapter4. Literature and Human Rights in Africa: Making a Case for a Trauma-Sensitive Approach in Proving Persecution in Asylum Processes through Adichies The American Embassy -- Chapter5. Photojournalism and Human Rights in Africa: Stories from the Field -- Chapter6. Soap Operas and Human Rights in Africa: African Feminist and Human Rights Perspective on the Representation of Black Women in the Media -- Chapter7. Commemoration and Human Rights in Africa: Revisiting the Politics of Memory through Visual Arts in Kenya -- Chapter8. Sculpting and Human Rights: An Exploration of Fasasi Abeedeen Tundes Works in Italy -- Chapter9. Theatre and Human Rights in Africa: Historical and Literary Representations in South Africa -- Chapter10. Music and Human Rights in Africa: the Role of Music in the Promotion of Human Rights in Uganda.
Summary This book highlights the use of art in human rights, specifically within Africa. It advances an innovative pattern of thinking that explores the intersection between art and human rights law. In recent years, art has become an important tool for engagement on several human rights issues. In view of its potency, and yet potential to be a danger when misused, this book seeks to articulate the use of arts in the human rights discourse in its different forms. Chapters cover how music, photography, literature, photojournalism, soap opera, commemorations, sculpting and theatre can be used as an expression of human rights. This book demonstrates how arts have become a formidable expression of thoughts and a means of articulating reality in a form that simplifies truth and congregates resolve to advance change.
Other author Adeola, Romola, editor.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Human rights -- Africa.
Human rights in art.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Variant Title Art of human rights : commingling art, human rights and the law in africa
ISBN 9783030301026 (electronic bk.)
3030301028 (electronic bk.)
303030101X
9783030301019

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