restricted access   Volume 40, Number 1, February 2018

Table of Contents

Articles

A Methodology to Ensure that States Adequately Apply Due Diligence Standards and Processes to Significantly Impact Levels of Violence Against Women Around the World

pp. 1-36
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An Education in Sign Language as a Human Right?: The Sensory Exception in the Legislative History and Ongoing Interpretation of Article 24 of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

pp. 37-60
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The International Red Cross: Decentralization and its Effects

pp. 61-90
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The Emergence of Revolutionary and Democratic Human Rights Activism in Colombia Between 1974 and 1980

pp. 91-118
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Fundamental Rights as Bridging Concepts: Straddling the Boundary Between Ideal Justice and an Imperfect Reality

pp. 119-143
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The “Quebec Values” Debate of 2013: Minority vs. Collective Rights

pp. 144-167
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Commodification of Body Parts and its Apologetics: What is the Position of Human Rights?

pp. 168-193
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A Latin American Puzzle: Gay Rights Landscapes in Argentina and Brazil

pp. 194-218
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book Reviews

American Exceptionalism Reconsidered: U.S. Foreign Policy, Human Rights, and World Order by David P. Forsythe & Patrice C. McMahon (review)

pp. 219-225
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Against the Double Blackmail: Refugees, Terror and Other Troubles With the Neighbours by Slavoj Žižek (review)

pp. 225-229
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Desapariciones: Usos Locales, Circulaciones Globales ed. by Gabriel Gatti (review)

pp. 229-233
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Development and Human Rights: Rhetoric and Reality in India by Joel Oestreich (review)

pp. 233-237
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Contributors

pp. 238-240
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