New Publications from OxHRH Associates

admin - 25th August 2020

The OxHRH Publications Page is a dynamic teaching and research resource that showcases the latest human rights publications from our global network. The latest editions are:

Helena Alviar García, ‘Violencia económica contra la mujer y deber de alimentos en Colombia: visiones teóricas en conflicto (Economic violence against women and alimony in Colombia: theoretical interpretations in conflict)’ in Isabel Cristina Jaramillo (ed), El papel del Régimen Civil de Alimentos en la Construcción del Género y la Desigualdad (Ediciones Uniandes, 2017)

Helena Alviar García, ‘El Proceso de Impeachment en los Estados Unidos: ¿Derecho o Política?’ (2019) 25 Teoría y Derecho: Revista de Pensamiento Jurídico 14

Helena Alviar García, ‘Neoliberalism as a Form of Authoritarian Constitutionalism‘ in Helena Alviar García and Günter Frankenberg (eds), Authoritarian Constitutionalism: Comparative Analysis and Critique (Edgar Elgar, 2019)

Helena Alviar García, ‘Competing Perspectives on Climate Change and Gender’ (Sciences Po Cogito Research Magazine, 18 May 2020) <www.sciencespo.fr/research/cogito/home/competing-perspectives-on-climate-change-and-gender/?lang=en>

Helena Alviar García, ‘La lucha por el género en la paz: un análisis del proceso de paz en Colombia’ (2020) 19 About Gender: Rivista Internazionale di Studi di Genere 1

Helena Alviar García, ‘The Legal Architecture of Populism: Exploring Antagonists in Venezuela and Colombia’ in Gerald L Neuman (ed), Human Rights in a Time of Populism (Cambridge University Press, 2020)

Shreya Atrey, ‘From Me to We: Locating Dalit Women in #MeToo’ in Ann Noel and David Oppenheimer (eds), Globalization of the #MeToo Movement (Fastcase, 2020)

Philip Coppel QC, Information Rights: A Practitioner’s Guide to Data Protection, Freedom of Information and other Information Rights (Hart Publishing, 2020)

Paul Craig, ‘Proportionality and Constitutional Review’ (2020) 3 U of OxHRH J 87

Paul Craig and Menelaos Markakis, ‘EMU Reform’ in Fabian Amtenbrink and Christoph Herrmann (eds), EU Law of Economic and Monetary Union (OUP, 2020)

Samantha M Davey, A Failure of Proportion: Non-Consensual Adoption in England and Wales (Hart Publishing, 2020)

Md Jahid Hossain Bhuiyan and Darryn Jensen (eds), Law and Religion in the Liberal State (Hart Publishing, 2020)

Kate Jones, ‘Regulating Big Tech: Lessons from COVID-19’ (Expert Comment, Chatham House 10 June 2020) <www.chathamhouse.org/expert/comment/regulating-big-tech-lessons-covid-19>

Myriam Hunter-Henin, Why Religious Freedom Matters for Democracy: Comparative Reflections from Britain and France for a Democratic “Vivre Ensemble” (Hart Publishing, 2020)

Srujana Katta and others, ‘(Dis)embeddedness and (De)commodification: COVID-19, Uber, and the Unravelling Logics of the Gig Economy’ (2020) Dialogues in Human Geography 1

Andrew T Kenyon and Andrew Scott (eds), Positive Free Speech: Rationales, Methods and Implications (Hart Publishing, 2020)

Tarunabh Khaitan and Jane Calderwood Norton, ‘Religion in Human Rights Law: A Normative Restatement’ (2020) 18 International Journal of Constitutional Law 111

Kathryn McNeilly, ‘Are Rights Out of Time? International Human Rights Law, Temporality and Radical Social Change’ (2019) 28 Social and Legal Studies 817

Kathryn McNeilly, ‘The Temporal Life of International Human Rights Law: Three Ways to Think It Through’ (Social & Legal Studies blog, 1 May 2020) <https://socialandlegalstudies.wordpress.com/2020/05/01/temporal-life-of-intl-hrlaw/>

Funda Ustek-Spilda and others, ‘How is the Platform Economy Responding to COVID-19?’ (openDemocracy, 14 May 2020) <https://www.opendemocracy.net/en/oureconomy/how-platform-economy-responding-covid-19/>

Noam Schimmel, Advancing International Human Rights Law Responsibilities of Development NGOs: Respecting and Fulfilling the Right to Reparative Justice for Genocide Survivors in Rwanda (Palgrave Macmillan, 2020)

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