Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Green & Waters: Adjudicating International Human Rights

James A. Green (Univ. of Reading - Law) & Christopher P.M. Waters (Univ. of Windsor - Law) have published Adjudicating International Human Rights: Essays in Honour of Sandy Ghandhi (Brill | Nijhoff 2015). Contents include:
  • James A. Green, Preface
  • Rosalyn Higgins, Foreword
  • Christopher P.M. Waters, Introduction
  • Nigel Rodley, The International Court of Justice and Human Rights Treaty Bodies
  • Robert P. Barnidge, Jr., The Contribution of Judge Antônio Augusto Cançado Trindade to the Adjudication of International Human Rights at the International Court of Justice
  • J. Craig Barker, The Pinochet Judgment Fifteen Years On
  • David Leary, Balancing Liberty and the Security Council: Judicial Responses to the Conflict between Chapter VII Resolutions and Human Rights Law under the Council’s Targeted Sanctions Regime
  • Tawhida Ahmed, The EU’s Protection of ECHR Standards: More Stringent than the Bosphorus Legacy?
  • Javaid Rehman, Adjudicating on the Rights of Sexual Minorities in the Muslim World
  • Nora Honkala, A Feminist Human Rights Perspective on the Use of Internal Relocation by Asylum Adjudicators
  • James A. Green, Persistent Objector Teflon? Customary International Human Rights Law and the United States in International Adjudicative Proceedings
  • Alison Bisset, The Role of Truth Commissions in Adjudicating Human Rights Violations
  • Malcolm Evans, Adjudicating Human Rights in the Preventive Sphere