Wednesday, March 4, 2015

New Issue: Journal of Human Rights

The latest issue of the Journal of Human Rights (Vol. 14, no. 1, 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Jack Donnelly, Normative Versus Taxonomic Humanity: Varieties of Human Dignity in the Western Tradition
  • Laura A. Hebert, “Women Run the Show”?: Gender Violence Reform and the “Stretching” of Human Rights in Rwanda
  • Karolina S. Follis, Responsibility, Emergency, Blame: Reporting on Migrant Deaths on the Mediterranean in the Council of Europe
  • Lindsey Kingston, The Destruction of Identity: Cultural Genocide and Indigenous Peoples
  • Andrew S. Thompson, Tehran 1968 and Reform of the UN Human Rights System
  • Nevin T. Aiken, The Bloody Sunday Inquiry:Transitional Justice and Postconflict Reconciliation in Northern Ireland
  • Gillian MacNaughton & Lisa Forman, Human Rights and Health Impact Assessments of Trade-Related Intellectual Property Rights: A Comparative Study of Experiences in Thailand and Peru