17 septembre 2016

REVUE : International Journal of Human Rights (vol. 20, n°7, 2016)

Catherine MAIA

The latest issue of the International Journal of Human Rights (vol. 20, n°7, 2016) is out.

Jónína Einarsdóttir & Hamadou Boiro
Becoming somebody: Bissau-Guinean talibés in Senegal 
Sofia Cavandoli
The unresolved dilemma of self-determination: Crimea, Donetsk and Luhansk
Alexei Anisin
Violence begets violence: why states should not lethally repress popular protest 
Cynthia Banham
The torture of citizens after 9/11: liberal democracies, civil society and the domestic context
Vincent Charles Keating
The anti-torture norm and cooperation in the CIA black site programme 
Danièle Joly & Adel Bakawan
Women in Kurdistan-Iraq: issues, obstacles and enablers 
Po-Han Lee
LGBT rights versus Asian values: de/re-constructing the universality of human rights 
Azadeh Chalabi
Australia’s National Human Rights Action Plans: traditional or modern model of planning? 
Amy Nethery & Rosa Holman
Secrecy and human rights abuse in Australia’s offshore immigration detention centres 
Ryan Essex
Healthcare and clinical ethics in Australian offshore immigration detention

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