the articles & research center news
Marie NAVARRE, Aurélie RENARD, Jérôme TENDEAU
Elsa BLOTIERE, Julien GROUILLET, Aurélie RENARD
Three tensions between society and the individual are at the origin of human rights: the individual’s desire to preserve his freedom, the search for equality, and the quest for brotherhood. After the second world war, the United Nations translated these rights into international texts.
Marie NAVARRE, Arnaud PEYTHIEU
Marie BRIERE, Jonathan PEILLEX, Loredana URECHE-RANGAUC