A new issue of Human Rights Quarterly (Vol. 42, No. 2) was just published.
Measuring Modern Slavery: Law, Human Rights, and New Forms of Data
“Sleeping Beauty”: The Right to Science as a Global Ethical Discourse
Sebastian Porsdam Mann, Helle Porsdam, Yvonne Donders
China and the Special Procedures of the UN Human Rights Council: Is China Cooperative and Can They Work Better With Each Other?
Sun Meng, Lu Haina
Judging Inter-American Human Rights: The Riddle of Compliance with the Inter-American Court of Human Rights
Patricia Palacios Zuloaga
The Morality of Human Rights
Michael J. Perry
UAVs for the Benefit of People: The use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Within the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission
Ambassador Ertuğrul Apakan, Cono Giardullo
Reducing Bias in Human Rights Fact-Finding: The Potential of the Clinical Simulation Model to Overcome Ethical, Practical, and Cultural Tensions in “Foreign” Contexts
James L. Cavallaro, Meghna Sridhar
Mourning Remains: State Atrocity, Exhumations, and Governing the Disappeared in Peru’s Postwar Andes by Isaias Rojas-Perez (review)