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Human rights and scientific and technological development

Studies on the affirmative use of science and technology for the furtherance of human rights, commissioned as a special project by the United Nations

University, following a reference to the University by the United Nations

Human Rights Commission

Edited by C.G. Weeramantry

UNITED NATIONS UNIVERSITY PRESS

© The United Nations University, 1990

The views expressed in this publication arc those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the United Nations University.

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