Saturday, December 16, 2017

New Issue: Nordic Journal of Human Rights

The latest issue of the Nordic Journal of Human Rights (Vol. 35, no. 4, 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • International Election Observation
    • Bård A. Andreassen & Jo Martin Stigen, International Election Observation: Promoting Human Rights-based Governance
    • Avery Davis-Roberts & David J Carroll, International Election Observer Recommendations and UN Human Rights Mechanisms: Toward a More Robust System of Global Accountability on Democracy and Human Rights
    • Therese Pearce Laanela, Beyond the Checklist: Addressing New Challenges in Election Observation Methodology
    • Kåre Vollan, International Election Observation and Standards for Systems of Representation: A Critical View
    • Michael Lidauer, Armin Rabitsch & Iris O’Rourke, Mapping Legislation for Citizen and International Election Observation in Europe: A Comparative Analysis on the Basis of OSCE/ODIHR Reports
    • Virginia Atkinson, Rebecca Aaberg & Staffan Darnolf, Disability Rights and Election Observation: Increasing Access to the Political Process
    • Svetlana Chetaikina & Vasil Vashchanka, Gap for Improvement: Election Observation and Political Representation of Women in the OSCE Region
    • Max Grömping, Domestic Election Monitoring and Advocacy: An Emerging Research Agenda