25 Neth. Q. Hum. Rts. 1 (2007)

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COLUMN: Jubilee Issue of the Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights   3
A Socio-legal Perspective on Human Rights and Policing
QUIRINE EIJKMAN                                                   5
Turkey's Compliance with European Union Democratic Conditionality:
Resistance or Transformation of Identity?
BIRSEN ERDOGAN                                                   21
Advocating Accountability: The (Re)forming of a Refugee Rights Discourse
in South Africa
JEFF HANDMAKER                                                   53
Implementing Human Rights and the Societal Impediments to Sustainable
Change in Latin America
SAIMA HUSAIN                                                     73
A Woman's Right to Decide?-The United Nations Human Rights Committee,
Human Rights of Women, and Matters of Human Reproduction
FLEUR VAN LEEUWEN                                                97
The Development and Interpretation of International Human Rights and
Humanitarian Law Rules and Principles through the Case-law of the
International Court of Justice
GENTIAN ZYBERI                                                  117
Transitional Justice and Its Legitimacy: The Case for a Local Perspective
BARBARA OOMEN                                                   141
Farewell                                                           149
Methods of Human Rights: Conference Announcement & Call for Papers  151

Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights, Vol. 25/1 (2007)


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