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  Volume 36, Number 2, May 2014

Table of Contents


Slavery in Europe: Part 2, Testing a Predictive Model

pp. 277-295

Taking Equality Seriously: Applying Human Rights Frameworks to Priority Setting in Health

pp. 296-324

The Deficit of EU Democracies: A New Cycle of Violence Against Roma Population

pp. 325-348

Mechanisms for the Implementation of Decisions of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights

pp. 349-372

“All Human Rights for All”: The United Nations and Human Rights in the Post-Cold War Era

pp. 373-396

Migrant Domestic Workers in the UK: Enacting Exclusions, Exemptions, and Rights

pp. 397-427

Using Health Rights to Design Aid-Funded Health Programs so They First do no Harm

pp. 428-446

Independent Human Rights Institutions for Children: An Actor for the Protection of Children’s Rights During Armed Conflict?

pp. 447-472

Book Reviews

Guilt, Responsibility, and Denial: The Past at Stake in Post-Milošević Serbia by Eric Gordy (review)

pp. 473-478

Taking Terrorism, Ticking Time-Bombs, and Torture Seriously

pp. 478-486

Human Rights and Labor Solidarity: Trade Unions in the Global Economy by Susan L. Kang (review)

pp. 486-488

Reshaping the Idea of Humanitarian Intervention: Norms, Causal Stories, and the Use of Force

pp. 488-492

Human Rights as Social Construction by Benjamin Gregg (review)

pp. 492-496

Traumatic States: Gendered Violence, Suffering, and Care in Chile by Nia Parson (review)

pp. 496-501


pp. 502-505

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