Islamic Views On Human Rights
Human Rights from the Viewpoint of Islam
The issue of human rights is undoubtedly one of the most important and complex issues faced by the international society at the beginning of the twenty-first century. It could in fact be claimed that it is the understanding of human rights that forms the ideology of the contemporary man and determines his identity and position in the modern society.
With this in view, the Center for International Cultural Studies of the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization had organized a conference on “Human Rights from the Islamic Viewpoint” with the participation of renowned scholars and researchers, the research papers of which have been compiled into this book which has also been translated into the English language. The aim of this conference was to study the issue of Human Rights from the viewpoint of Iranian Muslim thinkers.
This book contains 18 research papers under the topics: Introductions to the Iranian-Islamic Viewpoint on Human Rights; The Islamic Sources for Human Rights; The Origin of the Concept of Human Rights; Similarities and Differences Between the Understanding of Human Rights in Islam and the West; Political Rights of Man in Islam; A Critical Evaluation of the Cairo Declaration on Human Rights in Islam; Human Rights: Conflicts Between Personal and Collective Rights; Human Rights and Asian Values; International Laws and Agreements on Women’s Rights; Women’s Rights to Independence and the Economic Rights of Women; Women’s Rights and Pregnancy; International Humanitarian Rights in Islam and Contemporary International Rights; The International Regime and Human Rights; Human Rights: The Theoretical Approach Towards the Emergence and Continuity of Regimes; The Impact of Changes in the International Order on the Concept of Human Rights; Practical Human Rights; Human Rights in the Post-World War II Era.
نوع اثر : کتاب
صفحات کتاب : 299
شابک : 1-870907-12-4