The future of human rights universality and the “cultural argument”


By Fanny

Online university conference

Is the future of the universality of human rights and the “cultural argument” in danger?

Belonging to a culture, an ethnic group or a community is often invoked as a criticism of the recognition of the universality of human rights. Far from confining themselves to the argument that cultural identity is a limit to universality, our speakers, both academics and human rights defenders, think of the “cultural argument” as a method and a condition for the recognition and guarantee of the universality of human rights.

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