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  Volume 33, Number 2, May 2011

Table of Contents


Minority Rights: A Major Misconception?

pp. 265-303

The Right of Everyone to Enjoy the Benefits of Scientific Progress and the Right to Food: From Conflict to Complementarity

pp. 304-350

On the Indivisibility and Interdependence of Basic Rights in Developing Countries

pp. 351-396

A Note from Bosnia and Herzegovina: Leading a Displaced Life

pp. 397-201

The Way Home: Peaceful Return of Victims of Ethnic Cleansing

pp. 408-430

Finding Shame in Truth: The Importance of Public Engagement in Truth Commissions

pp. 431-452

Bearing Witness: Poetry, Prison Discourse, and Communal Struggles in Human Rights Education

pp. 453-480

Human Rights Education: Ideology, Location, and Approaches

pp. 481-508

Book Reviews

Human Rights and Southern Realities

pp. 509-551

Crossing with the Virgin: Stories from the Migrant Trail (review)

pp. 552-563

Decolonization and the Evolution of International Human Rights (review)

pp. 563-566

The Sins of the Nation and the Ritual of Apologies (review)

pp. 566-568

Can Globalization Promote Human Rights? (review)

pp. 568-575

The ILO and the Quest for Social Justice, 1919-2009 (review)

pp. 575-577


A letter to my colleagues, students, and readers of Human Rights Quarterly

pp. 578-585

Obituary of Christopher Kevin Boyle

pp. 586-588



pp. 589-592

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