Human rights quarterly : a comparative and international journal of the social sciences, humanities, and lawMaterial type: Continuing resourceSeries: Human Rights Quarterly. (1) February 2020 ; 42Maryland, USA : John Hopkins University, 2020Content type: rdacontent Media type: rdamedia Carrier type: rdacarrierISBN: 02750392Subject(s): Human rights -- PeriodicalsLOC classification: JC 571 H86 | 2020 v.42 (1)
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What Justice for the Yazidi Genocide?: Voices from Below / Payam Akhavan, Sareta Ashraph, Barzan Barzani, David Matyas Between Sovereignty and Accountability: The Emerging Jurisprudence of the United Nations Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Under the Optional Protocol / Sandra Liebenberg Economic Rights and Justice in the Qur'an / Zehra F. Kabasakal Arat Hiding in Public or Going with the Flow: Human Rights, Human Dignity, and the Movement for Menstrual Equity / Karen Zivi Sustainable Development Goals and the Business and Human Rights Discourse: Ships Passing in the Night? / Nicola Jägers Celebrity as a Political Resource: The Human Rights Now! Campaign / Charles P. Henry Human Rights Education 1995–2017: Wrestling with Ideology, Universality, and Agency / A. Kayum Ahmed, J. Paul Martin, Sameera Uddin. Implementing Universal Human Rights Standards in and by Sub-Saharan African States in the Shade of Local Traditions / István Lakatos. Torture: An Expert's Confrontation with an Everyday Evil by Manfred Nowak (review) / Jamie Mayerfeld. The Novel of Human Rights by James Dawes (review) / Crystal Parikh. Evidence for Hope: Making Human Rights Work in the 21st Century by Kathryn Sikkink (review) / Dustin N. Sharp. Human Rights Transformation in Practice ed. by Tine Destrooper & Sally Engle Merry (review) / Keeley Gogul. The More the Context Changes, The More Things Stay the Same / Leigh Goodmark. Justice for Some: Law and the Question of Palestine by Noura Erakat (review) / John Quigley. North Korean Human Rights: Activists and Networks ed. by Andrew Yeo & Danielle Chubb (review) / David Hawk.
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