Top academics rebel against State capture in favor of truth and ethical human rights.

academics, alan gewirth, anthony ravlich, aotea square occuptation, approach, arne vandenbogaerde, associate professor claire breen, british diplomatic service, carlos nino, children, children rights, city rd, collective, cultural rights, dalai lama, dip crim, dr bryan gould, dr gould, drafting process, east asia, essex university, ethical, ethical human, ethical human rights, european union, ex ante assessment, founding president, green party, high commission, human, human rights, human rights approach, human rights consultant, human rights imperative, human rights law review, human rights learning, international covenant, international law, jesus christ, k. he, labour party, last september, law research school, lexington books, michael freeman, new zealand, new zealander, new zealanders, noam chomsky, north carolina, optional protocol, professor breen, professor freeman, professor hunt, r.  in, research professor, rhode scholar, rights approach, rights law, shulamith koenig, social, special rapporteur, state capture, state department, thomas pogge, united nation, united nations, western states, white house open democracy initiative, world, world poverty, world war two, wouter vandenhole, zealand