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Moscow Diary

Descriere: This is the diary kept by Marjorie during the period in which she established Amnesty International`s Information Office in Moscow This was a unique venture for AI during a period of change. When Marjorie set up an Amnesty International`s office in Moscow in 1991, she was the first westerner working on human rights with a permanent base there.

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Weight: 424 grams

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Autori: Farquharson Marjorie | Editura: Troubador Publishing | Anul aparitiei: 2018 | ISBN: 9781788038676 | Numar de pagini: 352 | Categorie: Biography  


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