The latest issue of the Human Rights Law Review (Vol. 17, no. 1, March 2017) is out. Contents include:
- Christine Bicknell, A Hydra in Detention Settings: A Context-Based Inquiry of Corruption’s Many Heads
- Patrick van Berlo, The Protection of Asylum Seekers in Australian-Pacific Offshore Processing: The Legal Deficit of Human Rights in a Nodal Reality
- Thomas Voland & Britta Schiebel, Advisory Opinions of the European Court of Human Rights: Unbalancing the System of Human Rights Protection in Europe?
- Lize R. Glas, The European Court of Human Rights’ Use of Non-Binding and Standard-Setting Council of Europe Documents
- Katja S. Ziegler, Immunity versus Human Rights: The Right to a Remedy after Benkharbouche
- Federica Favuzza, Torreggiani and Prison Overcrowding in Italy
- Kai Ambos, The Crime of Genocide and the Principle of Legality under Article 7 of the European Convention on Human Rights