25 Harv. Hum. Rts. J. [i] (2012)

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HUMAN RIGHTS
JOURNAL
Copyright @ 2012 by the President and Fellows of Harvard College

Volume 25
Spring 2012

ARTICLES

Owning Laura Silsby's Shame: How the Haitian Child Trafficking Scheme
Embodies the Western Disregard for the Integrity of Poor Families
Shani M. King
A Further Dimension to the Interdependence and Indivisibility of Human Rights?
Recent Developments Concerning the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Helen Quane
From Prevention to Facilitation? Suicide in the Jurisprudence of the ECtHR in the
Light of the Recent Haas v. Switzerland Judgment
Daniel Rietiker
Born in the Americas: Birthright Citizenship and Human Rights
Katherine Culliton-Gonzilez
NOTE
The Risks of Continuing Situation Litigation in Transitional Political Systems:
Lessons from the ECtHR for the Constitutional Court of Kosovo
David M. Palko
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
Colombia's Victims' Law: Transitional Justice in a Time of Violent Conflict?
Nicole Summers

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