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. 7, 2017) is out. Contents include:

  • Eliza Watt, ‘The right to privacy and the future of mass surveillance’
  • Sarah Combellick-Bidney, Reproductive rights as human rights: stories from advocates in Brazil, India and South Africa
  • Shabnam Moinipour, Refugees against refugees: the Iranian Migrants’ perception of the human rights of Afghans in Iran
  • Louise E. Wise, Social death and the loss of a ‘world’: an anatomy of genocidal harm in Sudan
  • Ron Dudai, Entryism, mimicry and victimhood work: the adoption of human rights discourse by right-wing groups in Israel
  • Julia Chaitin, Shoshana Steinberg & Sharon Steinberg, ‘BDS – it’s complicated’: Israeli, Jewish, and others’ views on the boycott of Israel
  • Mona Paré & Tate Chong, Human rights violations and Canadian mining companies: exploring access to justice in relation to children’s rights
  • Elif Celik, The role of CRPD in rethinking the subject of human rights
  • Paul Gready & Simon Robins, Rethinking civil society and transitional justice: lessons from social movements and ‘new’ civil society
  • Sharifah Rahma Sekalala, Who gets to sit at the table? Interrogating the failure of participatory approaches within a right to health framework
  • Aliraza Javaid, Moving through shadows: police, policing and male rape

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