23 juin 2016

REVUE : Human Rights Law Review (vol. 16, n°2, June 2016)

Catherine MAIA

The latest issue of the Human Rights Law Review (vol. 16, n°2, June 2016) is out.

Neville Cox, The Freedom to Publish ‘Irreligious’ Cartoons
Amanda Cahill-Ripley, Reclaiming the Peacebuilding Agenda: Economic and Social Rights as a Legal Framework for Building Positive Peace - A Human Security Plus Approach to Peacebuilding
Alan Desmond, The Development of a Common EU Migration Policy and the Rights of Irregular Migrants: A Progress Narrative?
Sandra Fredman, Emerging from the Shadows: Substantive Equality and Article 14 of the European Convention on Human Rights
Dinah Shelton, Significantly Disadvantaged? Shrinking Access to the European Court of Human Rights
Odette Mazel, Self-Determination and the Right to Health: Australian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services
Hemi Mistry, The International Court of Justice’s Judgment in the Final Balkans Genocide Convention Case
Philipp Wesche & Miriam Saage-Maaß, Holding Companies Liable for Human Rights Abuses Related to Foreign Subsidiaries and Suppliers before German Civil Courts: Lessons from Jabir and Others v KiK
Book Reviews
Margot E. Salomon, Aoife Nolan (ed.), Economic and Social Rights after the Global Financial Crisis
Douglass Cassel, Federico Fabbrini, Fundamental Rights in Europe: Challenges and Transformations in Comparative Perspective
Thomas Spijkerboer, Nicola Perugini & Neve Gordon, The Human Right to Dominate
Conall Mallory, John Hagan, Joshua Kaiser & Anna Hanson, Iraq and the Crimes of Aggressive War: The Legal Cynicism of Criminal Militarism

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