Human Rights in Context
Damien Short, Reader in Human Rights and Director of Human Rights Consortium and Corinne Lennox, Senior Lecturer in Human Rights and Associate Director of the Human Rights Consortium, both at the School of Advanced Study, University of London.
Research on human rights, or social and political issues of relevance to human rights, is nowadays carried out in many academic departments, from law to anthropology, from sociology and criminology to environmental science and philosophy. Yet, there is surprisingly little communication amongst scholars working in these different disciplines, and research that takes more than one perspective into account is seldom encouraged. This series bridges the divide between the social sciences and the humanities in human rights scholarship.
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Constitutionalism and Transitional Justice in South Africa
Translated by Alexandra Tatiana Pollard
With a Foreword by Roberto Toniatti, Universitá di Trento
The Case of Northern Uganda, 1986-2006
The Fight to Reform Prison Systems around the World
With a Preface by Mary Robinson, former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights
Translated from the French by Marguerite Garling
Advancing Refugee Protection in South Africa
Edited by Jeff Handmaker, Lee Anne de la Hunt and Jonathan Klaaren
Between Bombs and Good Intentions
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the Italo-Ethiopian war, 1935-1936
With a Foreword by Angelo Del Boca