29 Hum. Rts. Q. [i] (2007)

handle is hein.journals/hurq29 and id is 1 raw text is: HUMAN RIGHTS QUARTERLY


Reza Afshari   I
Jean Connelly Carmalt  68
Rachel Murray   86
Frans Viljoen
Rachel Shigekane  112
Jeff Corntassel  137
Clifford Bob  167

On Historiography of Human
Rights: Reflections on Paul
Gordon Lauren's The Evolution
of International Human Rights:
Visions Seen
Rights and Place: Using Geog-
raphy in Human Rights Work
Towards Non-Discrimination
on the Basis of Sexual Orienta-
tion: The Normative Basis and
Procedural Possibilities before
the African Commission on
Human and Peoples' Rights and
the African Union
Rehabilitation and Community
Integration of Trafficking Survi-
vors in the United States
Partnership in Action? Indig-
enous Political Mobilization
and Co-optation During the
First UN Indigenous Decade
Dalit Rights are Human
Rights: Caste Discrimination,
International Activism, and the
Construction of a New Human
Rights Issue

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