Issue 1, 2018
The 2018 spring issue of the Nordic Journal of Human Rights features six research articles covering a wide range of human rights topics: detention of child asylum seekers; the status of economic, social and cultural human rights; the Convention on the Rights of the Child; international election observation; the relationship between international organisations and human rights; and the reparation practice of the International Criminal Court.
Spring issue of the Nordic Journal of Human Rights, now available online.
Nordic Journal of Human Rights
(2018) Volume 36, Issue 1, pp 1- 108.
Eleonora Del Gaudio & Stephen Phillips - ‘Detention of Child Asylum Seekers in the Pursuit of State Interests: A Comparison of the Australian and EU Approaches’, pp 1-18
Janelle M Diller- ‘Economic, Social and Cultural Human Rights: The Journey towards Peremptory Norms in International Law’, pp 18-37
Ann Quennerstedt, Carol Robinson & John I’Anson - ‘The UNCRC: The Voice of Global Consensus on Children’s Rights?’, pp 38-54
Hans Schmeets- ‘How World Bank Governance Indicators May Predict the Assessment of Elections by International Observers: Evidence From the OSCE-Region’, pp 55-73
Gudrun Monika Zagel - 'International Organisations and Human Rights: The Role of the UN Covenants in Overcoming the Accountability Gap', pp 74-90
Juan Pablo Pérez-León-Acevedo - 'The Katanga Reparation Order at the International Criminal Court: Developing the Emerging Reparation Practice of the Court', pp 91-102
‘Women’s Human Rights and Migration: Sex Selective Abortion Laws in the United States and India, review by Aziza Ahmed, pp 103-105
‘Social Rights Judgments and the Politics of Compliance: Making it Stick', review by Peris S Jones, pp 106-108
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