12th ANNUAL CONFERENCE of INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY AND STUDIES (ISAPS)
In 1948 the universality of human rights was affirmed with the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, yet violations of such rights occur today on a daily basis in all parts of the world. What are the implications of these violations? Can the analysis of human rights from Africana and other cultural perspectives provide constructive solutions to these problems? Indeed, can universal human rights exist in a culturally diverse world? The International Society for African Philosophy and Studies invites papers which deal with the relationship between culture, multiculturalism and human rights. We also welcome papers which do not directly address the theme or sub-themes of the conference, but which are relevant to African Philosophy and African Studies. The organizers therefore welcome the submission of abstracts on topics related to the general concerns which have come to define ISAPS.
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