» Archive for: November, 2012


The November 2012 issue of Global Policy Journal (Vol 3, Issue 4, November 2012) hosts a special section on ‘International Law, Human Rights, and the Global Economy’ edited by Margot E. Salomon. It also contains articles on global justice, structural transformation in developing countries, nanotechnology and the EU’s strategic partnerships.

Click here for the full issue.

 

IGLYO’s “Keep the Faith” Conference brings up over 40 activists together in Brussels

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Report by ISS student Zara Shushanyan (Major: Social Justice Perspectives)

The International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ) Youth and Student Organization (IGLYO) brought together last week more than forty young LGBTQ people and human rights activists to the “Keep the Faith” Conference held in Brussels, Belgium.

Organized in partnership with the European Youth Foundation and the Brussels Ministry of Equal Opportunities, the conference was an attempt to create safe space for LGBTQ young people to resolve faith-and-culture-based conflicts through intercultural and inter-religious dialogue.

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Book Donation enhances ISS collection on international law and international relations

On 12 and 13 October, ISS, together with colleagues of the Hague Academic Coalition (HAC), organized the 9th Annual From Peace to Justice Conference as part of the 60-year Lustrum events.

After the event, publishers Martinus Nijhoff (an imprint of Brill), the Hague Academy of International Law and Cambridge University Press made a very generous donation of 40 books on international law, human rights, international relations, criminal law, and related subjects.

You can view the list of titles here.  All books on international law can be found in the ISS library catalogue.


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Human Rights is a specialization within the Human Rights, Conflict and Gender Studies MA Major in Development Studies. This blog provides a platform for discussion for researchers, students and others interested in this field of studies. The blog is administered by the Human Rights teaching team.