23 Harv. Hum. Rts. J. [i] (2010)

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HUMAN RIGHTS                                     Volume 23
JOURNAL                                         Spring 2010
Copyright  2010 by the President and Fellows of Harvard College
Seeking to Persuade: A Constructive Approach to Human Rights Treaty
John Tobin                                                                      1
The Power of the European Court of Human Rights to Order Specific Non-
Monetary Relief: a Critical Appraisal from a Right to Health Perspective
Ingrid Nifosi-Sutton                                                          51
Psychiatry and Hunger Strikes
Marlynn Wei                                                                   75
Rebecca W. Brendel
Penetrating the Silence in Sierra Leone: A Blueprint for the Eradication of Female
Genital Mutilation
Chi Mgbako                                                                   111
Meghna Saxena
Anna Cave
Nasim Farjad
Helen Shin
Securing Widows' Sepulchral Rights Through the Nigerian Constitution
Remigius N Nwabueze                                                          141
The Past and Present of Corporate Complicity: Financing the Argentinean
Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky                                                       157
Veerle Opgenhaffen
Redundant Restriction: The U.K.'s Offense of Glorifying Terrorism
S. Chehani Ekaratne                                                          205
Litigating against the Forced Sterilization of HIV-Positive Women: Recent
Developments in Chile and Namibia
Pooja Nair                                                                   223

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