New Issue: International Journal of Human Rights

New Issue: International Journal of Human Rights

The latest issue of the International Journal of Human Rights (Vol. 21, no. 3, 2017) is out. Contents include:

  • A realistic utopia? Critical analyses of the Human Rights State in theory and deployment
    • René Wolfsteller & Benjamin Gregg, Introduction
    • René Wolfsteller, The institutionalisation of human rights reconceived: the human rights state as a sociological ‘ideal type’
    • Yingru Li & John McKernan, ‘Achieved not given’: human rights, critique and the need for strong foundations
    • Richard Georgi, The human rights project and the transformation of social (b)orders: on the political nature of human rights activism in the wake of the Zapatista uprising
    • Ulisses Terto Neto, Democracy, social authoritarianism, and the human rights state theory: towards effective citizenship in Brazil
    • Gorana Ognjenović & Jasna Jozelić, The human rights state and freedom of religion in south-eastern Europe: the case of Bosnia-Herzegovina
    • Johannes Hendrik Fahner, Revisiting the human right to democracy: a positivist analysis
    • Olga Bezbozhna & Helena Olsson, Note from the field: applying a ‘human rights cognitive style’ in the Raoul Wallenberg Institute’s work on human rights education with universities
    • Benjamin Gregg, The human rights state: theoretical challenges, empirical deployments: reply to my critics

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