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Title: Free2choose : the boundaries of freedom
Corporate Contributor: Interakt 
Toranga 
Subject Keywords: human rights ; anti-Semitism ; freedom of religion or belief ; freedom of expression ; freedom of assembly ; sexual orientation and gender identity ; anti-discrimination ; racism and xenophobia ; racism and xenophobia ; neo-Nazism ; hate crime ; hate speech ; law enforcement ; profiling ; religious or belief groups ; gay
See Also: religion or belief ; perpetrators
Key Issues: Anti-Semitism ; Freedom of religion or belief ; Homophobia ; Racism and xenophobia
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: Anne Frank House
Publication Country: Netherlands 
Publication Place : Amsterdam
Material Type: tools and guides
Language: English ; Spanish ; French ; German ; Italian
Country: Netherlands 
Germany 
Turkey 
Spain 
Poland 
United Kingdom 
Ukraine 
Country Coverage: Germany 
Netherlands 
Turkey 
Spain 
Poland 
United Kingdom 
Ukraine 
URL more information: http://www.annefrank.org/content.asp?PID=743&LID=2
Abstract: In a series of short films, this interactive presentation about conflicting rights and freedoms guaranteed under the law, poses the question of whether these rights are unlimited. What happens to these basic rights if the safeguarding of a democracy is at issue? What if these important rights conflict with each other? Free2choose presents current examples from around the world of fundamental rights and freedoms that clash with each other or with democratic rule of law.
Physical Description: 1 CD-ROM
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12389/19910
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