Human Rights and Ethical Globalization

2003Mary Robinson, Stanford University

I should say Šrst that I don’t assume that human rights provide the only language or tools available in addressing global challenges. There is a rich body of international norms in the Šelds of labor and environmental protection, to name only two, that are today given too little importance but that should also serve as part of the “rules of the road” for an equitable and sustainable globalization process at different levels.

Key wordsEthics / humanitarian work / psychosocial intervention