Journal of human rights.

Material type: Continuing resourceContinuing resourceSeries: Symposium on Economic rights theory and policy implications5November-December 2019 ; 18Philadelphia, USA : Routledge : 2019Description: volume 25 cmContent type: rdacontent Media type: rdamedia Carrier type: rdacarrierISSN: 14754835Subject(s): Human rights -- PeriodicalsLOC classification: JC 571 | J68 2019 v.18 (5)Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
The cultural politics of human rights and neoliberalism / Kate Nash Covering or covering up? The effects of media freedom and major disasters on social and economic rights / Nicole Anderson & Jenifer Whitten-Woodring Economic and social rights and transitional justice: A framework of analysis / Juan Carlos Ochoa-Sánchez Resisting human rights through securitization: Russia and Hungary against LGBT rights / Fernando G. Nuñez-Mietz The Warty conception of human rights / Suzy Killmister Regulatory arbitrage in relation to international human rights / Marizah Minhat, Mazni Abdullah & Nazam Dzolkarnaini Children, conflict, and the detention of ‘child soldiers’ in Canada and the United States: How framing contests shape policies / Iuliia Hoban
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The cultural politics of human rights and neoliberalism /
Kate Nash Covering or covering up? The effects of media freedom and major disasters on social and economic rights /
Nicole Anderson & Jenifer Whitten-Woodring Economic and social rights and transitional justice: A framework of analysis /
Juan Carlos Ochoa-Sánchez Resisting human rights through securitization: Russia and Hungary against LGBT rights /
Fernando G. Nuñez-Mietz The Warty conception of human rights /
Suzy Killmister Regulatory arbitrage in relation to international human rights /
Marizah Minhat, Mazni Abdullah & Nazam Dzolkarnaini Children, conflict, and the detention of ‘child soldiers’ in Canada and the United States: How framing contests shape policies /
Iuliia Hoban

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