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Sumpton, Laila (2015)
Publisher: Institute of Commonwealth Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London
Languages: English
Types: Part of book or chapter of book
Subjects: HRDS
This is perhaps not the chapter you were expecting to find in this book, for how can an art have a practical application in the territory of human rights education, campaigning and programming? I would argue that any art can be applied with a human rights-based approach, but that the compact, urgent and linguistically layered nature of poetry suits human rights work well.\ud \ud I will look at ‘Poetry for human rights’ from three perspectives: poetry for personal resilience; poetry for human rights education and campaigning; and poetry for voice and empowerment, which charts my own journey into this area of work.
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