20 Neth. Q. Hum. Rts. 1 (2002)

handle is hein.journals/nethqur35 and id is 1 raw text is: NETHERLANDS QUARTERLY OF HUMAN RIGHTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS
VOLUME 20, No. 1 MARCH 2002
COLUMN: Human Rights after 11 September 2001                      3-4
PART A: ARTICLES
YUTAKA ARAI-TAKAHASHI: 'Uneven, But in the Direction of
Enhanced Effectiveness' - A Critical Analysis of 'Anticipatory
Ill-treatment' under Article 3 ECHR                              5-27
IDA ELISABETH KOCH: Social Rights as Components in the
Civil Right to Personal Liberty: Another Step Forward in the
Integrated Human Rights Approach?                               29-51
SAUL TAKAHASHI: Recourse to Human Rights Treaty Bodies
for Monitoring of the Refugee Convention                        53-74
PART B: HUMAN RIGHTS NEWS
I    United Nations - Ineke Boerefijn                           75-92
II   Council of Europe - Leo Zwaak                             93-118
III  OSCE - Arie Bloed                                        118-122
IV   Inter-american System - Diego Rodriguez-Pinz6n           122-128
V    Africa - Rachel Murray                                   129-137
PART C: APPENDIX
Human Rights Committee, General Comment No. 29,
States of Emergency (Article 4)                               139-146
PART D: DOCUMENTATION
I    Book Reviews                                             147-152
II   Description of Documents and Literature                  152-155
IN MEMORIAM PROFESSOR ANNA MICHALSKA                         156
ANNOUNCEMENT                                                 156

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