Saturday, January 17, 2015

New Issue: Human Rights & International Legal Discourse

The latest issue of Human Rights & International Legal Discourse (Vol. 8, no. 2, 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • E. Desmet, Analysing Users’ Trajectories in Human Rights: A Conceptual Exploration and Research Agenda
  • M. Baumgärtel, Perspectives on the ‘User’: Unpacking a Concept for Human Rights Research
  • B. Oomen & E. Van Den Berg, Human Rights Cities: Urban Actors as Pragmatic Idealistic Human Rights Users
  • D. Staes, The Use of Documents Other than the European Convention on Human Rights and Its Protocols in Cases Before the European Court of Human Rights: Reflections from and upon a Users’ Perspective
  • S. Ganty & M. Baumgärtel, Effective Remedies as Capabilities: Towards a User Perspective on the Human Rights of Migrants in Belgium
  • M. De Pauw, Interpreting the European Convention on Human Rights in Light of Emerging Human Rights Issues: An Older Person’s Perspective
  • D. Inman, Indigenous Peoples as Users of Human Rights: Pushing the Boundaries of Indigeneity and Influencing International Law
  • P. McAuliffe, Justice Delayed is Justice Developed: Questioning the Rush to Judgment in Post-Conflict Prosecutions