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Journal of human rights

Material type: Continuing resourceContinuing resourceSeries: . (5) November-December 2023 ; 22Philadelphia, USA : Routledge : 2023Description: volume 25 cmContent type:
  • rdacontent
Media type:
  • rdamedia
Carrier type:
  • rdacarrier
ISSN:
  • 14754835
Subject(s): LOC classification:
  • JC571 J68 2023 v.22 (5)
Contents:
Adding fuel tot he fire: unconditional early release of perpetrators convicted by the ICTY, views from Bosnia and Herzegovina / Priyamvada Yarnell Digital ferminism: in the aftermath of #MeToo, what's next for workplace equity for women? / Sharon Jayoung Song It's like living in a black hole: Reevaluating the use of solitary confinement during COVID-19 / Krystal Batelaan Transitional justice for the war on terror? / Frederic Megret Human rights as mockery of morality, manifesting morality , and moral maze / Shadi Makhtari Contextuality of the strategy of human rights to water: struggle for water access to slum-dwellers in Mumbai, India / Paroma Wagle Wood oppression in the United kingdom: a study of structural race and income-based food access inequalities / Katie Morris
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Item type Current library Collection Call number Status Date due Barcode
Periodicals Periodicals Commission on Human Rights Library Periodicals Newly Processed JC571 J68 2023 v.22 (5) (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available P-000473

Adding fuel tot he fire: unconditional early release of perpetrators convicted by the ICTY, views from Bosnia and Herzegovina / Priyamvada Yarnell Digital ferminism: in the aftermath of #MeToo, what's next for workplace equity for women? / Sharon Jayoung Song It's like living in a black hole: Reevaluating the use of solitary confinement during COVID-19 / Krystal Batelaan Transitional justice for the war on terror? / Frederic Megret Human rights as mockery of morality, manifesting morality , and moral maze / Shadi Makhtari Contextuality of the strategy of human rights to water: struggle for water access to slum-dwellers in Mumbai, India / Paroma Wagle Wood oppression in the United kingdom: a study of structural race and income-based food access inequalities / Katie Morris

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