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

Material type: Continuing resourceContinuing resourceSeries: Human Rights Quarterly. (2) May 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 (2)Online resources: Contents
Contents:
Measuring modern slavery: Law, human rights, and new forms of data / Todd Landman -- “Sleeping beauty”: The right to Science as a global ethical discourse / Sebastian Porsdam Mann, Helle Porsdam, Yvonne Donders -- China and the ppecial procedures of the UN Human Rights Council: Is China cooperative and can they work better with each other? / Sun Meng, Lu Haina -- Judging inter-American human rights: The riddle of compliance with the Inter-American Court of Human Rights / Patricia Palacios Zuloaga -- The morality of human rights / Michael J. Perry -- UAVs for the benefit of people: The use of unmanned aerial vehicles within the OSCE special monitoring mission / Ambassador Ertuğrul Apakan, Cono Giardullo -- Reducing bias in human rights fact-finding: The potential of the clinical simulation model to overcome ethical, practical, and cultural tensions in “foreign” contexts / James L. Cavallaro, Meghna Sridhar -- Mourning remains: State atrocity, exhumations, and governing the disappeared in Peru’s postwar Andes by Isaias Rojas-Perez (review) / William Cawley.

Measuring modern slavery: Law, human rights, and new forms of data / Todd Landman -- “Sleeping beauty”: The right to Science as a global ethical discourse / Sebastian Porsdam Mann, Helle Porsdam, Yvonne Donders -- China and the ppecial procedures of the UN Human Rights Council: Is China cooperative and can they work better with each other? / Sun Meng, Lu Haina -- Judging inter-American human rights: The riddle of compliance with the Inter-American Court of Human Rights / Patricia Palacios Zuloaga -- The morality of human rights / Michael J. Perry -- UAVs for the benefit of people: The use of unmanned aerial vehicles within the OSCE special monitoring mission / Ambassador Ertuğrul Apakan, Cono Giardullo -- Reducing bias in human rights fact-finding: The potential of the clinical simulation model to overcome ethical, practical, and cultural tensions in “foreign” contexts / James L. Cavallaro, Meghna Sridhar -- Mourning remains: State atrocity, exhumations, and governing the disappeared in Peru’s postwar Andes by Isaias Rojas-Perez (review) / William Cawley.

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