Thursday, October 4, 2018

New Issue: International Journal of Human Rights

The latest issue of the International Journal of Human Rights (Vol. 22, no. 8, 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Ahmed Almutawa, Terrorism measures in Bahrain: proportionality and the interplay between security, civil liberties and political stability
  • Antoine Buyse, Squeezing civic space: restrictions on civil society organizations and the linkages with human rights
  • Aminath Didi, Leanne Dowse & Louisa Smith, Intellectual disability and complex support needs: human rights perspective for policy and practice
  • Graeme Young, De-democratisation and the rights of street vendors in Kampala, Uganda
  • Nicolas Pirsoul, Islam and political liberalism: a Shi’ite approach to the overlapping consensus
  • Samar El-Masri, Prosecuting ISIS for the sexual slavery of the Yazidi women and girls
  • Stefan Newton, The excessive use of force against blacks in the United States of America
  • Joshua Holzer, Democratic presidential elections and human rights: does a runoff round reduce repression?