Pratica dei diritti umani e pluralismo giuridico nella ricerca antropologica
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Starting from different notions of human rights practice and from the anthropological debate on human rights, the author considers two different models of relationship between Human Rights and Legal pluralism. On the basis of some anthropological researches concerning the processes of localization of rights, she finally points out the existence of limits in these processes and the necessity to maintain a correspondence between human rights practice and the principles of human rights law and theory.