Tuesday, September 3, 2019

New Issue: International Journal of Human Rights

The latest issue of the International Journal of Human Rights (Vol. 23, no. 8, 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Øyvind Stiansen, Delayed but not derailed: legislative compliance with European Court of Human Rights judgments
  • Amanda Cahill-Ripley, ‘Exploring the local: vernacularizing economic and social rights for peacebuilding within the Protestant/Unionist borderland community in Northern Ireland’
  • Shaina D. Western, Sarah P. Lockhart & Jeannette Money, Does anyone care about migrant rights? An analysis of why countries enter the convention on the rights of migrant workers and their families
  • Albina Balidemaj, Human Rights Legislation in Albania: the case of human trafficking
  • Ruth Abril Stoffels, The role of the CEDAW Committee in the implementation of public policies on gender issues: analysis through a study of the protection of girls’ rights in Spain
  • Theresa Reinold, When is more more? The proliferation of international courts and their impact on the rule of law in Africa
  • Matthew I. Mitchell & Davis Yuzdepski, Indigenous peoples, UNDRIP and land conflict: an African perspective
  • Nicole Stremlau, Developing bottom-up indicators for human rights