Teaching the English language communication in human rights activities

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The paper touches upon the subject of teaching law-students of non-linguistic Universities English for special purposes (ESP), in particular, professional communication in the field of human rights activities. Brief review of human rights practices is given here. Analysis of English terminological set expressions, accentuating membership of some definite international organizations and bodies, legal instances specificity, and some innovative nature inherent to these legislative institutions is made. Teaching law-students make good use of adequate terminology in the English language communication in the field of human rights activities is crucial for a present-day ESP-teacher of non-linguistic Universities.

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T V Emelyanova

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: emtv@mail.ru
The Department Foreign Languages, Law Faculty

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