You need to write at least 3000 words on this topic(with compare and contrast) by using the followings readings (at least 4). 1.Porsdam, Helle. From civil to human rights: dialogues on law and humanities in the United States and Europe. Edward Elgar Publishing, 2009, chapter 4 ‘Institutionalized European human rights’. 2.Charter 77 Declaration. 3. Brier, Robert. “Broadening the Cultural History of the Cold War: The Emergence of the Polish Workers’ Defense Committee and the Rise of Human Rights.” Journal of Cold War Studies 15.4 (2013): 104-127. 4.Nash, Kate (2012). “Human rights, movements and law: On not researching legitimacy.” Sociology 46.5: 797-812. 5.Aradau, C., Huysmans, J., & Squire, V. (2010). Acts of European citizenship: a political sociology of mobility. JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, 48(4), 945-965. 6.Dawson, M., et al. (2014), ‘A tool-box for legal and political mobilisation in European equality law’, in: Dia Anagnostou (ed.), Rights in pursuit of social change: legal mobilisation in the multi-level European system, Bloomsbury Press, pp. 105-126. 7.Bigo, Didier, et al. “The EU and its Counter-Terrorism Policies after the Paris Attacks. Liberty and Security in Europe No. 84, 27 November 2015.” (2015). 8.Askola, Heli. “Human Rights in the European Union: the Challenge of People on the Move.” The European Union and Global Engagement: Institutions, Policies and Challenges, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar (2015): 104-121. 9.Müller, J. W. (2013). Defending Democracy within the EU. Journal of Democracy, 24(2), 138-149.