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Escaping narrow human rights framings in the context of sexual orientation and gender identity
This study focuses on two concepts in regard to the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) movement: Nancy Fraser’s conceptual framework of recognition, redistribution and representation as conditions for social ...
New governance mechanisms and international human rights law: moratoriums in law and practice
Moratoriums in IHRL, as new governance mechanisms, can be defined as the temporary suspension of a specific domestic law or regulation, which results from a varying degree of external influence of the international human ...
Water and the Arab Uprisings: the human right to water and sanitation in post-transition Egypt
This thesis analyses the water and sanitation crisis through the human rights lens in the context of the Egyptian uprisings of 2011. It introduces a tripartite approach, the water – human rights – governance nexus offering ...
Unravelling the puzzle of piracy: a Somali perspective
The UN Security Council has issued ten resolutions dealing specifically with piracy off the coast of Somalia. There has since been a growing concern among international, regional and maritime actors about the potential ...
The interplay between human rights and translation in multilingual newborn Kosovo
Translation and interpretation have generally been overlooked in international human rights law, yet if there exists the right to use lan - guage in private and public spheres, this needs to be facilitated through provision ...