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List of journals with electronic table of contents in Human Rights
Journal Table of Contents (Journal TOC)
latest update – December 2013
List of journals with electronic table of contents in Human Rights section between
January and December 2013:
1) East European Human Rights Review
2) European Human Rights Law Review
3) European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice
4) Human Rights Law Review
5) International Journal on Minority and Group Rights
6) Journal Européen des Droits de l'homme
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East European Human Rights Review
VOLUME 18 / 2012
NUMBER 2 Contents
Normative Standards In International Human Rights Law In Relation To Older
Persons
Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights
123
Combating Sex Trafficking in Europe
Ayasa Shimokawa
205
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European Human Rights Law Review
Issue 1 2013
Table of Contents
Opinion
Abuses and Activism: The Role of Human Rights in the Northern Ireland Conflict and
Peace Process
Jane Winter
1
Bulletin
lletin: Counter-Terrorism and Human Rights
9 Bu
14
Articles
Tackling the Rule in Hammersmith v Monk: in Theory and in Practice - Part Two
Ian Loveland
28
Dual Functionality and the Persistent Frailty of the European Court of Human Rights
Fiona de Londras
38
Why the Margin of Appreciation is Not the Answer to the Gay Marriage Debate
Frances Hamilton
47
Trade Union Rights in the United Kingdom and Article 11 of the European
Convention: Past Failures and Future Possibilities
Charles Barrow
56
Case Analysis
MS v United Kingdom: Article 3 of the ECHR, Detention and Mental Health
Daniel Bedford
72
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European Human Rights Law Review
Issue 2 2013
Table of Contents
Opinion
Language and Law: Reclaiming the Human Rights Debate
Lucy Scott-Moncrieff
115
Bulletin
122
Bulletin: Counter-Terrorism and Human Rights
127
Articles
A Damp Squib in the Long Grass: The Report of the Commission on a Bill of Rights
Mark Elliott
137
Social Mobility, Education and the European Convention on Human Rights
Michael Connolly
152
Towards a Human Rights-based Paradigm of Integration? The Contribution of
International Human Rights Law
Clíodhna Murphy
166
State Responsibility for Human Rights Violations: The Ultimate Control
Test and the Interpretation of UN Security Council Resolutions
Valentina Zambrano
180
Case Analysis
Eweida v United Kingdom: The Right to Manifest Religion Under Article 9 of the
ECHR
Henrietta Hill
187
Case and Comment
Djokaba Lambi Longa v Netherlands
194
Redfearn v United Kingdom
197
MM v United Kingdom
200
Hristozov v Bulgaria
204
Telegraaf Media Nederland Landelijke Media B V v the Netherlands
209
Michaud v France
213
Chagos Islanders v United Kingdom
217
El Masri v the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
220
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European Human Rights Law Review
Issue 4 2013
Table of Contents Opinion
Mandela's Court - Reflections on Art and Justice from
Constitution Hill, Johannesburg
Kevin Childs and Max du Plessis
355
Bulletin
363
Bulletin:
Counter-Terrorism
and
Human
Rights
367
Articles
Investigatory powers of the European Court of Human Rights
Michael O'Boyle and Natalia Brady
378
What is Justice? Reflections of a practitioner at the European Court of Human Rights
Philip Leach
392
Mapping the jurisdiction of the European Court of Human Rights further to the
"reasonable intervals" clause of the right to free elections
Nikos Vogiatzis
401
Religion without God: Philosophical misconceptions in the European Court of
Human Rights' evolution of a "right to practice and preach atheism"
Neha Tayshete
412
Case Analysis
Nyusti and Takács v Hungary: Decision of the UN Committee on the Rights of
Persons with Disabilities
Oliver Lewis
419
Case and Comment
Neij and Sunde Kolmisoppi v Sweden
425
Östendorf v Germany
428
Raw v France
432
Hussein v the Netherlands and Italy
436
Şentürk and Şentürk v Turkey
439
H. and B. v United Kingdom
Aswat v United Kingdom
Animal Defenders International v United Kingdom
442
446
448
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European Human Rights Law Review
Issue 6 2012
Table of Contents
Opinion
Human Rights Law in the UK- Is There a Need for Fundamental
Reform?
Colm O 'Cinneide
595
Bulletin
608
Bulletin: Counter-Terrorism and Human Rights
612
Articles
Tackling the Rule in Hammersmith v Monk: in Theory and in Practice - Part One
Ian Loveland
629
National Responses to Human Rights Judgments: The Need for Government
Co-ordination and Implementation
Elizabeth Mottershaw and Rachel Murray
Solidarity as a Basis for Human Rights: Part Two: "Practical Solidarity"
639
Kate Cook
654
Unilateral Declarations: The Need for Greater Control
Dominika Bychawska-Siniarska
673
Case Analysis
X v Turkey. The Inhuman and Degrading Treatment of a Gay Prisoner
Tom Mountford
679
Case and Comment
X v Finland
684
Del Rio Prado v Spain
688
Kayak v Turkey
691
Mouvement Raëlien Suisse v Switzerland
694
Munjaz v United Kingdom
698
Koch v Germany
701
Dordević v Croatia
704
Costa and Pavan v Italy
707
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European Journal of Crime,Criminal Law
and Criminal Justice
Volume 20 issue 4 (2012)
Contents
Editorial: The Substantive Criminal Law Jurisdiction of the European
Public Prosecutor's Office
Andre Klip
367
Analysing the Agreements (Treaties) on the Transfer of Sentenced Persons
(Offenders/Prisoners) between the United Kingdom and Asian, African and Latin
American Countries
377
Jamil Ddamulira Mujuzi
Tobacco Smuggling: A Review of the Literature
415
Xavier Duncan L'Hoiry
Honouring the Right to a Fair Trial within Reasonable Time: The Bulgarian Criminal
Justice System
445
Lachezar Yanev
New Criminological Literature in Europe Selected Bibliography
469
Elisabeth Martin
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European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law
and Criminal Justice
Volume 21 number 1
Contents
The European Parliament and organised crime: the impending failure
of the Alfano Committee
1
Cyrille Fijnaut
Trafficking in Human Beings for Labour Exploitation: Cooperation
in an Integrated Approach
9
Conny Rijken
The Capital Punishment Controversy in Hungary: Fragments on the
Issues of Deterrent Effect and Wrongful Convictions
37
Zoltan J. Toth
The Lavish Corporate Hospitality: The Lawful and Unlawful
Interaction of Public Officials and Private Sector Actors - Law
and the Court Praxis in Finland
59
Johanna Peurala
Using Weber's Rechtssoziologie to Explain Western Punishment:
A Typological Framework
85
Matthew DeMichele
New
Criminological
Elisabeth Martin
Literature
in
Europe
Selected
Bibliography
111
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European Journal of Crime Criminal Law and
Criminal Justice
Volume 21 number 2
The Proposal for a Regulation on the Establishment of an European
Public Prosecutor's Office: Everything Changes, or Nothing Changes?
115
Michele Caianiello
Extended Confiscation and the Proposed Directive on Freezing
and Confiscation of Criminal Proceeds in the EU: On Striking
a Balance between Efficiency, Fairness and Legal Certainty
127
Johan Boucht
"Undue" Gifts for Public Employees: An Administrative and
Criminal Law Analysis
163
Sten Bønsing and Lars Bo Langsted
The Social Life of Illegal Drug Users in Prison: A Comparative Perspective
185
Anton Oleinik
Risk Taking Behaviour In South African Correctional Centres:
A Case Study of the Leeuwkop Correctional Centre
207
Willem EM. Luyt and Gomolemu M. Moshoeu
New
Criminological
Elisabeth Martin
Literature
in
Europe:
Selected
Bibliography
233
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European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law
and Criminal Justice
Volume 20 number 3
Contents
Editorial:
Doping
and
Anti-Doping:
Neglected
Issues
in
Criminology
231
Letizia Paoli
Fundamental Rights in European Criminal Justice: An Axiological
Perspective
Joanna Beata Banach-Gutierrez and Christopher Harding
239
US, EU and UK Employment Vetting as Strategy for Preventing
Convicted Sex Offenders from Gaining Access to Children
James B. Jacobs and Dimitra Blitsa
265
Afghanistan, Narcotics and the International Criminal Court:
From Port of Spain to Kabul, via Rome
James Windle
297
The Victims' Participation at a Crossroads: How the International Criminal Court
Could Devise a Meaningful Victims' Participation while Respecting the Rights of the
Defendant
315
Marianna Tonellato
New Criminological Literature in Europe
Selected
Elisabeth Martin
Bibliography
361
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Human Rights Law Review
CONTENTS
Volume 13 No. 4 2013 Articles
Adolescents, Sexting and Human Rights
AlisdairA. Gillespie
623
Human Rights and Democracy with Chinese Characteristics?
Phil C.W. Chan
645
The Human Rights of Individuals in De Facto Regimes under the European
Convention on Human Rights
Anthony Cullen and Steven Wheatley
691
The Reform of Counterterrorism Stop and Search after Gillan v United Kingdom
John Ip
729
Short Articles and Recent Developments Developments in the Right to be Forgotten
Dominic McGoldrick
761
The Right to a Fair Trial and the Council of Europe’s Efforts to Ensure Effective
Remedies on a Domestic Level for Excessively Lengthy Proceedings
Martin Kuijer
777
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International Journal on Minority and Group
Rights
CONTENTS
Volume 20
No. 1 2013
Special Issue:
Rethinking Territorial Arrangements in Conflict Resolution
Guest Editors: Sia Spiliopoulou Åkermark and Sarah Stephan
Editorial
Sia Spiliopoulou Åkermark and Sarah Stephan / Rethinking
Territorial Arrangements in Conflict Resolution
1-3
Articles
Sia Spiliopoulou Åkermark
Internal Self-Determination and the Role of Territorial Autonomy
as a Tool for the Resolution of Ethno-Political Disputes
5-25
Stefan Wolff
Conflict Management in Divided Societies: The Many Uses of Territorial
Self-Governance
27-50
Markku Suksi
Explaining the Robustness and Longevity of the Åland Example
in Comparison with Other Autonomy Solutions
51 -66
Mikael Wigell
The Aland Example as Norm Entrepreneurship
67-84
Tove H. Malloy
Nordic (Minority) Autonomies and Territorial Management in Europe:
Empowerment through Regionalisation?
85-106
Kjell-Åke Nordquist
Autonomy, Local Voices and Conflict Resolution:
Lessons from East Timor
Sarah Stephan
The Proliferation of Status Proposals for Abkhazia –
107-117
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International Journal on Minority and
Group Rights
CONTENTS
Volume 20
No. 2 2013
Special Issue:
Critical Reflections on Refugee Law
Guest Editors: Colin Harvey and Satvinder Juss
Editorial
Colin Harvey and Satvinder Juss
Critical Reflections on Refugee Law
143-146
Articles
Jean-François Durieux
Three Asylum Paradigms
147-177
Patricia Tuitt
Transitions: Refugees and Natives
179-197
Joseph Rikhof
Exclusion Law and International Law: Sui Generis or Overlap?
199-232
Dallal Stevens
What Do We Mean by Protection?
233-262
Ryszard Piotrowicz
Asylum Seekers, Good Faith and the State
263-278
Peter Billings
Irregular Maritime Migration and the Pacific Solution Mark II:
Back to the Future for Refugee Law and Policy in Australia?
279-305
Satvinder S. Juss
The Post-Colonial Refugee, Dublin II, and the End of Non-Refoulement
307-335
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International Journal on Minority and Group
Rights
CONTENTS
Volume 20
No. 3 2013
Articles
Tor Georg Jakobsen, Joachim Vogt Isaksen, Gunn Kari Osestad Skavhaug and Zan
Strabac
In Varietate Harmonial: Intergroup Contact, Group Threat and Ethnic Tolerance in
Scandinavian Regions
349-370
Ashrafuzzaman Khan and Mrinmoy Samadder
Struggling Insecurity: Ahmadiyya Community in Bangladesh
371-379
Terence M. Mashingaidze
Beyond the Kariba Dam Induced Displacements: The Zimbabwean Tonga's
Struggles for Restitution, 1990s-2000s
381-404
Gabriel González Núñez
Translating to Communicate with Linguistic Minorities: State Obligations under
International Law
405-441
Øyvind Ravna
The First Investigation Report of the Norwegian Finnmark Commission
443-457
Marko Valenta and Kristin Thorshaug
Restrictions on Right to Work for Asylum Seekers: The Case of the Scandinavian
Countries, Great Britain and the Netherlands
459-482
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International Journal on Minority and Group
Rights
CONTENTS
Volume 20
No. 4 2013 Articles
Aisling Lyon
Decentralisation and the Provision of Primary and Secondary Education in the
Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
491-516
Hanne Hagtvedt Vik and Anne Julie Semb
Who Owns the Land? Norway, the Sami and the ILO Indigenous and
Tribal Peoples Convention
517-550
Zia Akhtar
Mapuche Land Claims: Environmental Protest, Legal Discrimination and Customary
Rights
551 -576
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Journal Européen des Droits de l’homme
Numero 1 2013
Sommaire / Table of contents
Editorial
Tribune / Comment
La Convention européenne des droits de l'homme et la crise économique.
La question de la pauvreté
Françoise Tulkens
8
Dossier: Entreprise et Droits de l'Homme Business and Human
Rights
Human Rights in Employment Relationships: Contracts as Power
Olivier De Schutter
21
Adapter l'entreprise à la diversité des travailleurs: la portée transformatrice de la
non-discrimination
Julie Ringelheim
57
La privatisation des normes de l'entreprise: codes de conduite, chartes privées,
mécanismes et certification sociale et environnementale
Sandrine Chassagnard-Pinet et Guillaume Delalieux
83
L'entreprise, titulaire de droits fondamentaux
Jean-Philippe Tricoit
101
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Journal Européen des Droits de l’homme
Numero 2 2013
Sommaire / Table of contents
Dossier
Entreprises transnationales et droits de l'homme : A la recherche des combinaisons
normatives adaptées
Yann Queinnec et William Bourdon
175
Les accords-cadres internationaux négociés par les Federations syndicales
internationales : entre citoyenneté industrielle et citoyenneté au travail
Renée-Claude Drouin
207
Article
La croix et les juges de la Cour européenne des droits de l'homme : les
enseignements des affaires Lautsi, Eweida et Chaplin
Cécile Mathieu, Serge Gutwirth et Paul De Hert
238
Chroniques / Columns
Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
Christophe Golay, Irene Biglino and Ivona Truscan
269
Droit de l'égalité et de la non-discrimination
Emmanuelle Bribosia et Isabelle Rorive
297
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Journal Européen des droits de l’homme
Numero 3 2013
Editorial
Dossier : Droit international privé et droits fondamentaux
Private International Law and Fundamental Rights
Introduction
Sébastien Touzé
345
La suppression de l'exequatur affaiblit-elle la protection des droits fondamentaux
dans l'espace judiciaire européen ?
Fabien Marchadier
348
Le contrôle de l'ordre public par la Cour européenne des droits de l'homme
Sabine Corneloup
381
La Cour européenne des droits de l'homme et la coopération transfrontière
Petra Hammje
403
Fundamental rights and recognition in private international law
Horatia Muir Watt
411
Article
La responsabilité civile des entreprises pour complicité aux violations des droits
humains à l'étranger : au-delà de l'exception du forum non conveniens en droit
québécois
Amissi Melchiade Manirabona
436
Chroniques / Columns
Société de l'information, médias et liberté d'expression
François Dubuisson
460
Travail et protection sociale
Doyen Jean-François Akandji-Kombé
487

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