A "Bilingual" Approach to Language Rights: How Dialogue Between U.S. and International Human Rights Law May Improve the Language Rights Framework
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CitationGilman, D. (2012). A "Bilingual" approach to language rights: How dialogue between U.S. and international human rights law may improve the language rights framework. Harvard Human Rights Journal, 24(1). http://harvardhrj.com/archive/.
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