Saturday, September 22, 2012

New Issue: International Journal of Human Rights

The latest issue of the International Journal of Human Rights (Vol. 16, no. 7, 2012) is out. Contents include:
  • Caroline Fleay, Transnational activism, Amnesty International and human rights in China: the implications of consistent civil and political rights framing
  • Samar El-Masri, Challenges facing CEDAW in the Middle East and North Africa
  • Ronagh J.A. McQuigg, What potential does the Council of Europe Convention on Violence against Women hold as regards domestic violence?
  • Patrick G. Coy, Nonpartisanship, interventionism and legality in accompaniment: comparative analyses of Peace Brigades International, Christian Peacemaker Teams, and the International Solidarity Movement
  • Melissa T. Labonte, Whose responsibility to protect? The implications of double manifest failure for civilian protection
  • Hannah Miller, A change in charity law for England and Wales: examining War on Want's foremost adoption of the new human rights charitable purpose
  • Diya Uberoi, Maria de Bruyn & Beatriz Galli, Using human rights to address consequences of criminal laws on sexuality and reproductive autonomy
  • Mark Findlay, Paradox in preventing and promoting torture: marginalising ‘harm’ for the sake of global ordering. Reflections on a decade of risk/security globalisation
  • Claire Garbett, The legal representation of the civilian and military casualties of contemporary conflicts: unlawful victimisation, its victims and their visibility at the ICTY
  • Darren O'Byrne, Re-imagining the theory of human rights
  • Lana Zannettino, From Auschwitz to mandatory detention: biopolitics, race, and human rights in the Australian refugee camp