The 4th volume of the UCL Human Rights Review has been published and is available online and in print
1 May 2012
UCL Human Rights Review publishes international legal and political scholarship on issues relating to human rights. The 4th Volume is an exciting mix of articles on human rights issues, ranging from new analysis cases and legal history, to jurisprudence and legal theory.
Contents include Lum on the tension between universal human rights and ‘cultural’ practices; Churchhouse on the limitations of the Rawlsian conception of human rights; Bazyler and Ferstman on the lessons of Nazi war crimes prosecutions in the UK, Margariti on international children’s protection from conscription, Liss on self-determination and the responsibility to protect, and Stewart’s analysis of Al-Skeini v. UK.
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