Thursday, November 26, 2020

New Issue: International Journal of Human Rights

The latest issue of the International Journal of Human Rights (Vol. 24, no. 10, 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Michael P. Donnelly, Democracy and sovereignty vs international human rights: reconciling the irreconcilable?
  • Andika Wahab, The state of human rights disclosure among sustainably certified palm oil companies in Malaysia
  • Ian Turner, Conceptualising a protection of liberal constitutionalism post 9/11: an emphasis upon rights in the social contract philosophy of Thomas Hobbes
  • Miriam Cohen, Doing business abroad: a review of selected recent Canadian case-studies on corporate accountability for foreign human rights violations
  • icle Julie Ada Tchoukou, Religion as an ideological weapon and the feminisation of culture in Nigeria: a critical analysis of the textuality of violence through the legal regulation of child marriages
  • Heather Smith-Cannoy, Wendy H. Wong, Arjumand Siddiqi, Christopher Tait & Abtin Parnia, When everyone agrees: human rights norms on women and children and their effects on health
  • Frederik J. Zuiderveen Borgesius, Strengthening legal protection against discrimination by algorithms and artificial intelligence
  • Ergul Celiksoy, ‘UK exceptionalism’ in the ECtHR’s jurisprudence on irreducible life sentences
  • Malayna Raftopoulos & Joanna Morley, Ecocide in the Amazon: the contested politics of environmental rights in Brazil
  • Andrew M. Robinson, Governments must not wait on courts to implement UNDRIP rights concerning Indigenous sacred sites: lessons from Canada and Ktunaxa Nation v. British Columbia
  • Mauricia John, A critical approach to understanding human trafficking in the Caribbean
  • Dag Øistein Endsjø, The other way around? How freedom of religion may protect LGBT rights
  • David M. Doyle, Marie Muldoon & Clíodhna Murphy, Education in Ireland: accessible without discrimination for all?