33 Hum. Rts. Q. [i] (2011)

handle is hein.journals/hurq33 and id is 1 raw text is: HUMAN RIGHTS QUARTERLY


Jeremy Sarkin
Mark Koenig
Maya Sabatello
Bonny Ibhawoh

I Developing the Right to Work:
Intersecting and Dialoguing
Human Rights and Economic
43 Advancing Transgender Fam-
ily Rights through Science:
A Proposal for an Alternative
76 The Right to Development: The
Politics and Polemics of Power
and Resistance

Lena Khor  105  Human Rights and Network

Anna Maedl   128
Laurence Burgorgue-Larsen  148
Amaya Ubeda de Torres
Barbara Oomen   175
Surya P. Subedi  201

Rape as Weapon of War in
the Eastern DRC? The Victims'
War in the Jurisprudence of
the Inter-American Court of
Human Rights
Between Rights Talk and Bible
Speak: The Implementation of
Equal Treatment Legislation in
Orthodox Reformed Communi-
ties in The Netherlands
Protection of Human Rights
through the Mechanism of UN
Special Rapporteurs

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