12 janvier 2016

REVUE : International Journal of Human Rights (vol. 20, n°1, 2016)

David ROY

The latest issue of the International Journal of Human Rights (vol. 20, n°1, 2016) is out. 

  • Kirsten Juhl, The politicisation of the missing persons issue in Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Kalina Arabadjieva, Challenging the school segregation of Roma children in Central and Eastern Europe
  • Benjamin Thomas Greer & Jeffrey G. Purvis, Corporate supply chain transparency: California's seminal attempt to discourage forced labour
  • Sam Raphael, Crofton Black, Ruth Blakeley & Steve Kostas, Tracking rendition aircraft as a way to understand CIA secret detention and torture in Europe
  • Patricia Lundy & Bill Rolston, Redress for past harms? Official apologies in Northern Ireland
  • Reed Coughlan, Kathryn Stam & Lindsey N. Kingston, Struggling to start over: human rights challenges for Somali Bantu refugees in the United States
  • Meredith Raley, The drafting of Article 33 of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities: the creation of a novel mechanism

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