1 Interdisc. J. Hum. Rts. L. [i] (2006)

handle is hein.journals/ijhrl1 and id is 1 raw text is: INTERDISCIPLINARY
JOURNAL OF
HUMAN RIGHTS LAW
Volume i  Number i  2oo6
NOTES

COMBINING RETRIBUTION AND RECONCILIATION:
THE ROLE OF COMMUNITY SERVICE SENTENCING IN
TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE
FAMINE AS A HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION: THE CASE OF
ETHIOPIA AND THE GREAT FAMINE OF THE 1980S
TAKING BACK OUR LANGUAGE: THE CONSEQUENCES OF
LEGALIZING HUMAN RIGHTS
ARTICLES
LIBERIA AND SIERRA LEONE:
A STUDY OF COMPARATIVE HUMAN RIGHTS
APPROACHES BY CIVIL SOCIETY ACTORS

HUMAN RIGHTS CLAIMS VS. THE STATE:
IS SOVEREIGNTY REALLY ERODING?

Marti Flacks

Kristin A. Urbach
Catherine Wong

7. Peter Pham

Chandra Lekha Sriram

The Interdisciplinary Journal of Human Rights Law is a nonpartisan journal devoted to the
study and analysis of issues in international human rights and is a publication of
the Council for American Students in International Negotiations (CASIN).

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