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|Title:||Civil society and BRICS|
|Citation:||International Journal of Law and Legal Jurisprudence Studies Vol. 4 No. 3 (2017) 84-92.|
|Abstract:||As the world endeavors to move ahead towards a new framework of development, it is imperative for BRICS to emerge as a leadership on real sustainable development and human rights.For the civil societies, the pressing concern is the challenge to human rights and development, which the BRICS economic agendas could pose. Activities and policies of BRICS can have a direct impact on economy, human rights of populations and development processes. Therefore, a significant diplomatic engagement of civil society is relevant and imperative in the current global scenario. Civil society can play a pivotal role in the sphere of human rights and sustainable development. Civil society can provide BRICS with a new perspective to look at and address global as well as domestic concerns. Furthermore, the authors will also analyse the provisions of Fortaleza Declaration (adopted in the 6th BRICS Summit) in the light of human rights, development and interests of the marginalized sections of society.|
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