Thursday, May 24, 2018

New Issue: Human Rights Quarterly

The latest issue of the Human Rights Quarterly (Vol. 40, no. 2, May 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Angelina Snodgrass Godoy, Finding El Salvador's Disappeared: What the US Files Reveal
  • Rebecca Cook, Sir Nigel Rodley's Insights on the Feminist Transformation of the Right of Conscience
  • Alexandra Cosima Budabin & Lisa Ann Richey, Advocacy Narratives and Celebrity Engagement: The Case of Ben Affleck in Congo
  • Changrok Soh & Seunghyun Nam, Business and Human Rights Case Study of Korean Companies Operating Overseas: Challenges and a New National Action Plan
  • Luz Angela Cardona, Horacio Ortiz, & Daniel Vázquez, Corruption and Human Rights: Possible Relations
  • Audrey R. Chapman, Lisa Forman, Everaldo Lamprea, & Kajal Khanna, Identifying the Components of a Core Health Services Package from a Human Rights Perspective to Inform Progress Toward Universal Health Coverage
  • Christopher R. Rossi, Hauntings, Hegemony, and the Threatened African Exodus from the International Criminal Court
  • Mark Lattimer, Two Concepts of Human Rights
  • Barbara Oomen, Between Signing and Ratifying: Preratification Politics, the Disability Convention, and the Dutch
  • Raymond Debelle, Harald Hinkel, Dominic Johnson, Major (Retired) Philip Lancaster, Linda Melvern, Hans Romkema, Simone Schlindwein, Rebuttal to: "NGO Justice: African Rights as Pseudo-Prosecutor of the Rwandan Genocide," by Luc Reydams
  • Luc Reydams, Protesting Too Much: A Response to Linda Melvern et al.