Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights

The Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights is an academic journal which contains articles on important human rights issues and on the promotion and protection of human rights. Here are some article titles of interest from the latest issue of the Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights (volume 32, number 1, 2014):

  • Reparations at the Human Rights Committee: Legal Basis, Practice and Challenges, Valeska David
  • Human Rights Due Diligence for Corporations: from Voluntary Standards to Hard Law at Last?, Olga Martin-Ortega
  • The Effectiveness of Legislative Reform in Combating Domestic Violence: a Comparative Analysis of Laws in Ghana, Namibia and South Africa, Christina Beninger

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