Thursday, December 4, 2014

New Issue: Inter-American and European Human Rights Journal

The latest issue of the Inter-American and European Human Rights Journal (Vol. 7, 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • J. Davis, Resuscitating Justice: The Inter-American Court Confronts the Entrenched Impunity of National Amnesty Laws
  • N. Kyriakou, An Affront to the Conscience of Humanity: Enforced Disappearances in the Case Law of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights
  • G. De León, Contributions and Challenges for the Inter American Court of Human Rights for the Protection of Migrants’ Rights: The Case of Vélez Loor v. Panama
  • Á. Paúl, Examining Atala-Riffo and Daughters v. Chile, the First Inter-American Case on Sexual Orientation, and Some of its Implications :
  • R.I. Sijniensky & N.A. Aizenstatd, Towards a Uniform Basis for the Right to Identity in the Normative Framework of the American Convention on Human Rights
  • L. Lavrysen, Positive Obligations in the Jurisprudence of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights
  • G. D’avino, D. Fanciullo, A. Iermano, A. Martone, & R. Palladino, The Independence and Impartiality in the Inter-American Court’s Jurisprudence: The Specific Case of Judges’ Arbitral Removal
  • L. Ayres França, The Inter-American Court of Human Rights’ Gomes Lund et al. (Guerrilha do Araguaia) v. Brazil Judgment and the Brazilian Federal Supreme Court Judgment on the Constitutionality and Conventionality of the 1979 Amnesty Law
  • N. Pons & D. Đukić, Perspectives on the Interplay between the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and the International Criminal Court
  • D. Contreras-garduno & J. Fraser, The Identification of Victims before the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and the International Criminal Court and its Impact on Participation and Reparation: A Domino Effect?
  • H. De Vylder, The Territorial Scope of the American Convention on Human Rights
  • S. Vannuccini, Member States’ Compliance with the Inter-American Court of Human Rights’ Judgments and Orders Requiring Non-Pecuniary Reparations
  • V. David, The Inauguration of the Inter-American Defenders’ Era: Reflections after the Furlan Case