Saturday, November 25, 2017

New Issue: Human Rights Law Review

The latest issue of the Human Rights Law Review (Vol. 17, no. 4, December 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • Linda C Reif, The UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and Networked Governance: Improving the Role of Human Rights Ombudsman Institutions as National Remedies
  • Gauthier de Beco, Protecting the Invisible: An Intersectional Approach to International Human Rights Law
  • Robert Spano, Intermediary Liability for Online User Comments under the European Convention on Human Rights
  • Neil Graffin, Gäfgen v Germany, the Use of Threats and the Punishment of Those Who Ill-treat During Police Questioning: A Reply to Steven Greer
  • Valentina Milano, The European Court of Human Rights’ Case Law on Human Trafficking in Light of L.E. v Greece: A Disturbing Setback?
  • Jaclyn L Neo, Realizing the Right to Freedom of Thought, Conscience and Religion: The Limited Normative Force of the ASEAN Human Rights Declaration
  • Rosa Freedman & Ruth Houghton, Two Steps Forward, One Step Back: Politicisation of the Human Rights Council
  • Ka Lok Yip, The Weakest Link: From Non-Derogation to Non-Existence of Human Rights
  • Mark Bell, Leaving Religion at the Door? The European Court of Justice and Religious Symbols in the Workplace