Volume 26, Number 2, May 2004

Table of Contents

From: Human Rights Quarterly

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Used, Abused, Arrested and Deported: Extending Immigration Benefits to Protect the Victims of Trafficking and to Secure the Prosecution of Traffickers

pp. 221-272
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An Effective Confluence of Forces in Support of Workers' Rights: ILO Standards, US Trade Laws, Unions, and NGOs

pp. 273-299
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The Ethical Dilemmas of International Human Rights and Humanitarian NGOs: Relections on a Dialogue Between Practitioners and Theorists

pp. 300-329
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Human Rights Nongovernmental Organizations and the Problems of Transition

pp. 330-374
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The Problem of Secularism in Human Rights Theory

pp. 375-400
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Constraints: The Un-Doing of the Ugandan Truth Commission

pp. 401-427
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Human Rights and Sexual Abuse: The Impact of International Human Rights Law on Japan

pp. 428-453
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The Idea of Human Rights as Perceived in the Ottoman Empire

pp. 454-482
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Gendered States: Rethinking Culture as a Site of South Asian Human Rights Work

pp. 483-511
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Book Reviews

Realizing the Promise for Ourselves

pp. 512-518
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Journeys toward the Splendid City

pp. 519-538
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Tainted Legacy: 9/11 and the Ruin of Human Rights (review)

pp. 539-542
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Journal of the National Human Rights Commission, India (review)

pp. 542-547
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Policing Post-Communist Societies: Police-Public Violence, Democratic Policing, and Human Rights (review)

pp. 547-552
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Emergency Relief Operations (review)

pp. 553-555
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 556-558
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Teaching Human Resources Online

Teaching Human Rights Online

p. 559
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