Saturday, December 10, 2016

New Issue: International Journal of Human Rights

The latest issue of the International Journal of Human Rights (Vol. 20, no. 8, 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Section: The margin of appreciation in Europe and beyond
    • Andreas Follesdal & Nino Tsereteli, The margin of appreciation in Europe and beyond
    • Amrei Müller, Domestic authorities’ obligations to co-develop the rights of the European Convention on Human Rights
    • Matthew Saul, Structuring evaluations of parliamentary processes by the European Court of Human Rights
    • Nino Tsereteli, Emerging doctrine of deference of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights?
    • Andreas von Staden, Subsidiarity, exhaustion of domestic remedies, and the margin of appreciation in the human rights jurisprudence of African sub-regional courts
  • Regular Articles
    • Jackie Dugard, Testing the transformative premise of the South African Constitutional Court: A comparison of High Courts, Supreme Court of Appeal and Constitutional Court socio-economic rights decisions, 1994–2015
    • Alexandre Andrade Sampaio & Luís Renato Vedovato, Out for the money: a legal analysis of economic claims for secession in Brazil
    • Lauren Marie Balasco, The double transition of transitional justice in Peru: confronting the appeal of iron-fist policies
    • Janine Natalya Clark, Are there ‘greener’ ways of doing transitional justice? Some reflections on Srebrenica, nature and memorialisation
    • Meghan Campbell, The challenges of girls’ right to education: let’s talk about human rights-based sex education
    • Isobel Renzulli, A critical reflection on the conceptual and legal foundations of the duty to prevent torture
    • Andrew Molas, Defending the CRPD: Dignity, flourishing, and the universal right to mental health
    • Vera Lúcia Raposo, The convention of human rights and biomedicine revisited: Critical assessment
    • Kate Nash, Politicising human rights in Europe: Challenges to legal constitutionalism from the Left and the Right