Monday, November 3, 2014

New Issue: Human Rights Quarterly

The latest issue of the Human Rights Quarterly (Vol. 36, no. 4, November 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Guobin Zhu, The Right to Minority Language Instruction in Schools: Negotiating Competing Claims in Multinational China
  • Felipe Gómez Isa, Cultural Diversity, Legal Pluralism, and Human Rights from an Indigenous Perspective: The Approach by the Colombian Constitutional Court and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights
  • Cara L. Kennedy, Toward Effective Intervention for Haiti’s Former Child Slaves
  • Antoine Buyse, Words of Violence: “Fear Speech,” or How Violent Conflict Escalation Relates to the Freedom of Expression
  • Luke William Hunt, The Global Ethics of Helping and Harming
  • Teresa Godwin Phelps, Truth Delayed: Accounting for Human Rights Violations in Guatemala and Spain
  • Lisa McIntosh Sundstrom, Russian NGOs and the European Court of Human Rights: A Spectrum of Approaches to Litigation
  • Sally-Anne Way, The “Myth” and Mystery of US History on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights: The 1947 “United States Suggestions for Articles to be Incorporated in an International Bill of Rights”
  • Tom Zwart, Safeguarding the Universal Acceptance of Human Rights Through the Receptor Approach
  • Carrie Booth Walling & Susan Waltz, Putting the Puzzle Pieces Together: Human Rights Advocacy and the History of International Human Rights Standards Website