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  1. This book offers an overview of the challenges occurring in the emerging regime of international criminal justice as a tool of sustainable peace. It illustrates the impact of such regime in international law and international relations focusing on the obstacles and concerns of its governance in the context of the maintenance and restoration of international peace and security.
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    € 95,-

  2. A carefully selected and rigourously peer reviewed set of papers from the ‘Equal is not Enough’ conference hosted at Antwerp University in February 2015.
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    € 45,-

  3. This book critically and comprehensively engages with the European Court of Human Rights’ positive obligations case law.
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  4. This book is based on the author’s personal research and personal involvement with a wide range of subjects, such as the basic concepts of civil and social rights, discrimination and affirmative action, issues of procedure and jurisdiction and issues such as the death penalty and the protection of refugees, minorities and victims of armed conflicts.
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  5. The present volume contains papers that range from more general reflections on the theme of denialism and human rights to more specific areas of research that are relevant in terms of denialism such as genocide, children’s rights, the role of (inter)national organisations, penology, and social, economic and cultural rights.
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    € 110,-

  6. The goal of the volume is to explore how widespread criticism of the European Court of Human Rights is. It also assesses to what extent such criticism is being translated in strategies at the political level or at the judicial level and brings about concrete changes in the dynamics between national and European fundamental rights protection.
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    € 150,-

  7. Dit boek onderzoekt de impact van het Europees Verdrag voor de Rechten van de Mens op de Belgische rechtspraktijk.
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    € 58,-

  8. Although the influence and opinions of political elites, civil society, and the general public vary widely, the death penalty is universally in decline throughout Sub-Saharan Africa. This book explores the African contribution to the global death penalty debate and lessons for the international death penalty abolition movement.
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    € 60,-

  9. Migration crisis, food crisis, economic crisis – the most alarming tendencies in our contemporary world are related to the transnational social question. But what role does transnational law play in this context: Does it exacerbate the asymmetries by shielding the rich and exploiting the poor? Or is the emerging regime of international social human rights a promising candidate for countering the crisis of world society?
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  10. Non- State actors as well as foreign States, influence decision-making. This reality particularly affects the enjoyment and implementation of economic, social and cultural (ESC) rights.
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