6 Interdisc. J. Hum. Rts. L. [i] (2011-2012)

handle is hein.journals/ijhrl6 and id is 1 raw text is: INTERDISCIPLINARY
JOURNAL OF
HUMAN RIGHTS LAW
Volume 6                  2011-2012                   Number 1
CONTENTS
The Responsibility to Protect: Issues of Legal Formulation and Practical
Application
Silva D. Kantareva.. ...................     ................1
Human Trafficking: A Human Rights Abuse with Global Dimensions
Sara Birkenthal ............................... 27
Impunity for Enforced Disappearances in Contemporary Spain:
The Spanish Search for Truth
Ursula Urdillo ................................ 41
Combatants' Children: Conflict and Resilience in Northern Ireland
Bill Rolston    ..................................... 61
Enhancing the Legitimacy, Status, and Role of the International Criminal
Court Globally by Using Transitional Justice and Restorative Justice
Strategies
Jeremy Sarkin     .....................    ...........83
Human Rights Education in Peacebuilding: A Look at How Far the
Practice Has Come and Where It Needs to Head
Tracey Holland ............................... 103
Lampedusa and Beyond: Recognition, Implementation, and Justiciability
of Stateless Persons' Rights under International Law
Anna Dolidze     ................................ 123
The Kafkaesque Experience of Immigrants with Mental Disabilities:
Navigating the Inexplicable Shoals of Immigration Law
Jennifer L. Aronson..............        ................145
The Business of Corporate Social Responsibility: Book Review: A.
Voiculescu and H. Yanacopulos, eds., The Business of Human Rights:
An Evolving Agenda for Corporate Social Responsibility (Zed Books,
2011)
Marie Nissanka ...............................167

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