Human rights in the social work environment are either theortetical or general concepts that require application to the specifics of practical settings.
Understanding Human Rights is written with these practitioners in mind, avoiding lengthy, academic discussions, it provides exercises that easily translate human rights concepts into everyday practice.
Ch. 1: What Are Human Rights?
Ch. 2: Beginnings of Human Rights
Ch. 3: Building the Foundation: Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Ch. 4: Beyond the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Ch. 5: Human Rights and Vulnerable Groups
Ch. 6: Cultural Relativism
Ch. 7: Human Rights and Ethics
Ch. 8: Social Work Practice and Human Rights
Ch. 9: The International Side of Human Rights and Social Work