Canadian Foreign Policy and Human Rights Essay by The Research Group

Canadian Foreign Policy and Human Rights
Examines the role of human rights in the Canadian foreign policy.
# 24989 | 1,575 words | 8 sources | 2002 | US


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Examines the role of human rights in Canadian foreign policy. Disagreement regarding Canada's accomodation of human rights objectives in its foreign policy. Contends that Canada can improve the effectiveness of its accommodation of human rights without expanding its scope. Assesses Canada's concern for international human rights. Government policies. Recommends policy changes.

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"HUMAN RIGHTS IN CANADIAN FOREIGN POLICY: AN ANALYTICAL ASSESSMENT WITH RECOMMENDED POLICY CHANGES

Introduction
Canada enjoys a positive international reputation in relation to human rights. The world generally perceives Canada as a country with a human face that protects the human rights of its own citizens while pursuing international relations through policies designed to promote human rights in all countries. Within Canada, however, political and social factions disagree with respect to both the comprehensiveness and the effectiveness of Canada s accommodation of human rights objectives in its foreign policy (Black, 2001).

This paper examines the issue of the comprehensiveness and the effectiveness of Canada s accommodation of human rights ..."

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