Reflections on Human Rights and Professional Solidarity: A Case Study of Eritrea

  • Citation: Hölscher, Dorothee, and Solomon Y. Berhane. "Reflections on human rights and professional solidarity: A case study of Eritrea." International Social Work 51.3 (2008): 311-323.
    • Topics:
    • Human Rights
    • Keywords:
    • Sub-Saharan Africa
    • Eritrea
    • human rights
    • international social work
    • professional solidarity

Using human rights violations in Eritrea as a point of reference, this article reflects on current discourses on human rights and professional solidarity in international social work. The notion of universal human rights is asserted, and the authors call for a more participatory and egalitarian dialogue on human rights within the profession.

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