Human rights quarterly : a comparative and international journal of the social sciences, humanities, and law

Material type: Continuing resourceContinuing resourceSeries: Human Rights Quarterly(1) ; 41Maryland, USA : John Hopkins University, 2019Content type: rdacontent Media type: rdamedia Carrier type: rdacarrierISBN: 02750392Subject(s): Human rights -- PeriodicalsLOC classification: JC 571 H86 | 2019 v.41 (1)
Contents:
Human rights and artificial intelligence: an urgently needed in Uganda Risse, Mathias Promoting the rights of freedom of religion: diverse pathways to religious tolerance and freedom of religion and the implications for American foreign policy Rieffer-Flanagan, Barbara Ann. Animals are people too: explaining variation in respect for animal rights Park, Yon Soo and Valentino, Benjamin The Papal human rights discourse: the difference Pope Francis makes Troy, Jodok My child's journey home: perspectives of adult family members on the separation and reunification of the "Disappeared" children of El Salvador Barnet, Elizabeth [et al.] United Stated global human rights policy: the corporate lobby Hafner-Burton, Emilie M. and McNaqmara, Heidi M. The Abolition of the imposition of the death penalty on persons who were juveniles when they committed their crimes Cerna, Christina Terminating childhood: dissonance and synergy between global children's rights norms and local discourses about the transition from childhood to adulthood in Ghana
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Human rights and artificial intelligence: an urgently needed in Uganda Risse, Mathias Promoting the rights of freedom of religion: diverse pathways to religious tolerance and freedom of religion and the implications for American foreign policy Rieffer-Flanagan, Barbara Ann. Animals are people too: explaining variation in respect for animal rights
Park, Yon Soo and Valentino, Benjamin The Papal human rights discourse: the difference Pope Francis makes Troy, Jodok My child's journey home: perspectives of adult family members on the separation and reunification of the "Disappeared" children of El Salvador
Barnet, Elizabeth [et al.] United Stated global human rights policy: the corporate lobby Hafner-Burton, Emilie M. and McNaqmara, Heidi M. The Abolition of the imposition of the death penalty on persons who were juveniles when they committed their crimes Cerna, Christina Terminating childhood: dissonance and synergy between global children's rights norms and local discourses about the transition from childhood to adulthood in Ghana

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