16 septembre 2016

REVUE : Human Rights Quarterly (vol. 38, n°3, August 2016)

Catherine MAIA

The latest issue of the Human Rights Quarterly (vol. 38, n°3, August 2016) is out.

Luc Reydams
NGO Justice: African Rights as Pseudo-Prosecutor of the Rwandan Genocide 
Martha C. Nussbaum
Women’s Progress and Women’s Human Rights 
Kathleen Cavanaugh, Edel Hughes
Rethinking What is Necessary in a Democratic Society: Militant Democracy and the Turkish State 
David S. Weissbrodt, Brittany Mitchell
The United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention: Procedures and Summary of Jurisprudence 
Jennifer A. Orange
Translating Law into Practice: Museums and a Human Rights Community of Practice  
Nehaluddin Ahmad, Ahmad Masum, Abdul Mohaimin Ayus
Freedom of Religion and Apostasy: The Malaysian Experience 
David E. Guinn
Human Rights as Peacemaker: An Integrative Theory of International Human Rights 
Tine Destrooper
Linking Discourse and Practice: The Human Rights-Based Approach to Development in the Village Assaini Program in the Kongo Central
Book Reviews
Reza Afshari
LGBTs in the Islamic Republic of Iran 
Nancy Flowers
Human Rights in Children’s Literature: Imagination and the Narrative of Law by Jonathan Todres & Sarah Higinbotham, and: Bringing Human Rights Education to US Classrooms: Exemplary Models from Elementary Grades to University ed. by Susan Roberta Katz & Andrea McEvoy Spero (review) 
William J. Nichols
Democracy without Justice in Spain: The Politics of Forgetting by Omar G. Encarnación (review) 
David P. Forsythe
Human Rights in American Foreign Policy; From the 1960s to the Soviet Collapse by Joe Renouard (review) 

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