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Human Rights Day - Looking to 2018

11-Dec-17 08:35

Human Rights Day - Looking to 2018

Yesterday was Human Rights Day, established to commemorate the UN Assembly's proclamation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948. Today we look at issues specific to Malaysia including the right to health in prisons we all as the interface of business and human rights.

Presented by: Sharaad Kuttan


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