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. 6, 2017) is out. Contents include:

  • Special Issue: The notion of maternal immunity in tort for pre-natal harms causing permanent or temporary disability for the born alive child: human rights controversies
    • Sonja Grover, Introduction
    • Miriam Cohen, International human rights norms and maternal tort immunity in Canada: connecting the dots
    • Shauna Van Praagh & Angela Campbell, Women and (their) children: wrongs, rights and relationships
    • Mariette Brennan, Is it time to reconsider Dobson (litigation guardian of) v Dobson? An international analysis of maternal tort liability
    • Sonja Grover, Maternal tort immunity, the born alive rule and the disabled child’s right to legal capacity: reconsidering the Supreme Court of Canada judgment in Dobson v. Dobson
    • Laura Westra, The notion of immunity for pre-birth harms: maternal and beyond
    • Jason P. Blahuta, Liability for harms caused in utero: new technologies, new problems

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