Sunday, February 9, 2020

New Issue: Humanity

The latest issue of Humanity (Vol. 10, no. 3, Winter 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Mark Bray, Beyond And Against The State: Anarchist Contributions To Human Rights History And Theory
  • Vibhuti Ramachandran, Saving The Slaving Child: Domestic Work, Labor Trafficking, And The Politics Of Rescue In India
  • Dossier: Human Rights And Economic Inequality
    • Daniel Brinks, Julia Dehm, & Karen Engle, Introduction: Human Rights And Economic Inequality
    • Rodrigo Uprimny Yepes & Sergio Chaparro Hernandez, Inequality, Human Rights, And Social Rights: Tensions And Complementarities
    • Radhika Balakrishnan & James Heintz, Human Rights In An Unequal World: Structural Inequalities And The Imperative For Global Cooperation
    • Richard Falk, Global Inequality And Human Rights: An Odd Couple
    • Jason Hickel, The Imperative Of Redistribution In An Age Of Ecological Overshoot: Human Rights And Global Inequality
    • Antony Anghie, Inequality, Human Rights, And The New International Economic Order
    • Julia Dehm, Righting Inequality: Human Rights Responses To Economic Inequality In The United Nations
    • James K. Galbraith, Inequality, Debt, And Human Rights: What Can We Learn From The Data?
    • Dennis Davis, Taxation And Equality: The Implications For Redressing Inequality And The Promotion Of Human Rights
    • Neville Hoad, “I Don’t Want To Live In A World Where People Die Every Day Simply Because They Are Poor”: From The Treatment Action Campaign To Equal Education, From Stories Of Human Rights To The Poetics Of Inequality