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The sources included in this section of the EISIL database reflect fundamental human rights principles of international law, particularly those relating to individual freedoms and protection of individuals at risk of persecution as members of groups. Here, a group may be defined by any of several shared characteristics among its members, including their social and political standing, their participation in international sporting activities, and their linguistic or religious identities, among others. For sources pertaining specifically to the rights of women and children, see the International Human Rights section of EISIL, under the subcategories Women's Human Rights and Rights of the Child.

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* Basic Sources

* Social & Political Issues
Cultural Property, Disabled Persons, Education ...

* Ethnic Groups, Minorities & Indigenous Peoples

* Nationality, Statelessness, Refugees & Asylum





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