New Publications from OxHRH Associates

by | Jul 30, 2021

The OxHRH would like to showcase the latest human rights publications from our global network. The latest editions are:

Dapo Akande, Payam Akhavan and Eirik Bjorge, ‘Economic Sanctions, International Law, and Crimes Against Humanity: Venezuela’s Referral to The International Criminal Court’ (2021) 115 American Journal of International Law 1

Merris Amos, Human Rights Law (3rd edn, Hart Publishing, 2021)

Robert F Barsky, Clamouring for Legal Protection: What the Great Books Teach Us About People Fleeing from Persecution (Hart Publishing, 2021)

Meghan Campbell, ‘The Austerity of Motherhood: Discrimination Law and Benefit Reforms’ (2021) Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 1

Paul Craig, ‘Reasonableness, Proportionality and General Grounds of Judicial Review: A Response’ (2021) 2 Keele Law Review 1

Paul Craig, ‘Transnational Constitution-Making: The Contribution of the Venice Commission to Law and Democracy’ in Giacinto Della Cananea and Martina Conticelli (eds), Rule of Law and Administrative Due Process in Europe, Trends and Challenges (Editoriale Scientifica, 2020)

Fiona de Londras and Jasmin Tregidga, ‘Rights, Proportionality, and Process in EU Counterterrorism Lawmaking’ (2021) International Journal of Constitutional Law 1

Thomas Hughes and Kate Jones, ‘Undercurrents: The Oversight Board’s Trump Decision, and Merkel’s Legacy’ (Podcast, Chatham House International Affairs Think Tank, 25 June 2021) <https://www.chathamhouse.org/2021/06/undercurrents-oversight-boards-trump-decision-and-merkels-legacy>

Jacqueline Kinghan, Lawyers, Networks and Progressive Social Change: Lawyers Changing Lives (Hart Publishing, 2021)

Shona Minson and Catherine Flynn, ‘Symbiotic Harms of Imprisonment and the Effect on Children’s Right to Family Life’ (2021) 29 The International Journal of Children’s Rights 305

Lucia Zedner, Countering Extremism or Criminalizing Curiosity? The Troubled History of UK Responses to Right-wing and Other Extremism’ (2021) 50 Common Law World Review 57

Lucia Zedner, ‘Ends and Means: Why Effective Counter-Terrorism Requires Respect for Proportionality and Rights’ in Emmanouil Billis, Nandor Knust and Jon Petter Rui (eds), Proportionality in Crime Control and Criminal Justice (Hart Publishing, 2021)

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