Dialogue today is more than an exchange of words, it provides the basis for the growth of human rights. Although a recognized tool in the progression of human rights, dialogue is not always what it seems. This book enables the reader to delve into the realm of “Dialogue,” encompassing differing perspectives and practices. If you love other cultures, meeting new people and traveling – this book from the HRH Series is for you!
The Human Rights Hub Series focuses on Human Rights aspects essential for consideration today. In doing so, it causes us to examine our existing perceptions and to challenge normative views. Books in the HRH Series are designed with ease in mind. Using clear, simple language and manageable size, it is the perfect companion to your briefcase or handbag and can be taken anywhere for a great read.
Sabrina Sharma was born in the United Kingdom, spent her childhood in Fiji and Australia, and has also lived in the Middle East. She has a background in Law as a Barrister to The High Court of Fiji and has practiced in human rights law there for close to two decades. Much of her community work has involved rural areas of Fiji, fostering relations, dialogues and empowerment for women who have been survivors of domestic violence and young single mothers. Now in Australia, she continues her work providing empowering programs with education and skills for women via online platforms.