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The Inter-American Court of Human Rights: 35 Years

Authors: C. Medina Quiroga

Welfare State Reform and Social Rights

Authors: O. De Schutter

Abstract: In all rich countries, though at different speeds, the Welfare State has been going through an important reform process since the mid-1990s. We have witnessed a gradual merger between social assistance and unemployment assistance, as the former was...

Danger and Fear in Prison

Authors: C. Burbano Herrera, F. Viljoen

Abstract: This article focuses on the role the African and Inter-American human rights systems in protecting the rights of detainees through interim measures. The need for regional human rights to complement protection at the national level is all the more p...

The (In)effectiveness of UN Human Rights Treaty Body Recommendations

Authors: J. Krommendijk

Abstract: The actual domestic impact of the reporting process under UN human rights treaties on the ground has hardly been studied. This article attempts to fill this gap by examining the effectiveness of the recommendations of the UN human rights treaty bod...

Sub-National Human Rights Institutions and the Domestication of International Human Rights Norms

Authors: A. Wolman

Abstract: While the domestication of international human rights law has been intensively studied in recent years, little attention has been paid to the domestication role of sub-national human rights institutions, meaning those ombudsmen, human rights commis...