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2000

Human Rights Law

University at Buffalo School of Law

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Modern Day Slavery: The Trafficking Of Women To The United States, Margaret Murphy Sep 2000

Modern Day Slavery: The Trafficking Of Women To The United States, Margaret Murphy

Buffalo Women's Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Public Womb: Women Under China's One-Child Policy, Rachael Savanyu Sep 2000

The Public Womb: Women Under China's One-Child Policy, Rachael Savanyu

Buffalo Women's Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Nafta's Contribution To The Discrimination Of Mexican Women In The Maquiladoras, Jennifer Mandina Sep 2000

Nafta's Contribution To The Discrimination Of Mexican Women In The Maquiladoras, Jennifer Mandina

Buffalo Women's Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Re-Conceiving "Third World" Legitimate Governance Struggles In Our Time: Emergent Imperatives For Rights Activism, Obiora Chinedu Okafor Sep 2000

Re-Conceiving "Third World" Legitimate Governance Struggles In Our Time: Emergent Imperatives For Rights Activism, Obiora Chinedu Okafor

Buffalo Human Rights Law Review

No abstract provided.


Human Rights And Sustainable Development In Contemporary Africa: A New Dawn, Or Retreating Horizons?, J. Oloka-Onyango Sep 2000

Human Rights And Sustainable Development In Contemporary Africa: A New Dawn, Or Retreating Horizons?, J. Oloka-Onyango

Buffalo Human Rights Law Review

No abstract provided.


The African Commission On Human And Peoples' Rights: Eleven Years After, Udeme Essien Sep 2000

The African Commission On Human And Peoples' Rights: Eleven Years After, Udeme Essien

Buffalo Human Rights Law Review

No abstract provided.


Trading Indigenous Rights: The Nafta Side Agreements As An Impetus For Human Rights Enforcement, David P. Kelly Sep 2000

Trading Indigenous Rights: The Nafta Side Agreements As An Impetus For Human Rights Enforcement, David P. Kelly

Buffalo Human Rights Law Review

No abstract provided.


Tinkering With The Machinery Of Death: Understanding Why The United State's Use Of The Death Penalty Violates Customary International Law, Michelle Mckee Sep 2000

Tinkering With The Machinery Of Death: Understanding Why The United State's Use Of The Death Penalty Violates Customary International Law, Michelle Mckee

Buffalo Human Rights Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Access To Justice Bill And Human Rights Act Of 1998: Britain's Legislative Overhaul Leaves The System Scrambling To Mend The Safety Net, Margot Penfold Schoenborn Sep 2000

The Access To Justice Bill And Human Rights Act Of 1998: Britain's Legislative Overhaul Leaves The System Scrambling To Mend The Safety Net, Margot Penfold Schoenborn

Buffalo Human Rights Law Review

No abstract provided.


Buying A Wife But Saving A Child: A Deconstruction Of Popular Rhetoric And Legal Analysis Of Mail-Order Brides And Intercountry Adoptions, Ryiah Lilith Sep 2000

Buying A Wife But Saving A Child: A Deconstruction Of Popular Rhetoric And Legal Analysis Of Mail-Order Brides And Intercountry Adoptions, Ryiah Lilith

Buffalo Women's Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The African Human Rights System: A Critical Evaluation, Makau W. Mutua Jan 2000

The African Human Rights System: A Critical Evaluation, Makau W. Mutua

Other Scholarship

No abstract provided.


From Nuremberg To The Rwanda Tribunal: Justice Or Retribution?, Makau Mutua Jan 2000

From Nuremberg To The Rwanda Tribunal: Justice Or Retribution?, Makau Mutua

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


Five Years After Beijing: A Report Card On Women’S Human Rights, Athena D. Mutua Jan 2000

Five Years After Beijing: A Report Card On Women’S Human Rights, Athena D. Mutua

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.