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International Law Bulletin
CONFLICT OF LAWS IN HONG KONG   
Human Rights Law’s Myths
Online Violence Against Women: An update
Human rights monitoring, Northern West Bank.
Time to Think about Freedom of Thought
International criminal justice and the global migration crisis
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Paul Harris SC
Paul Harris SC
CONFLICT OF LAWS IN HONG KONG   

Paul Harris SC describes his excellent new book on the Conflict of Laws in Hong Kong

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Nani Jansen Reventlow
Nani Jansen Reventlow
Human Rights Law’s Myths

Nani Jansen Reventlow highlights the much needed GQUAL Campaign promoting greater representation of women at the highest level of international courts and tribunals 

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Keina Yoshida
Keina Yoshida
Online Violence Against Women: An update

Keina Yoshida considers the important work of the UN Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women in combating online violence

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John Hobson
John Hobson
Human rights monitoring, Northern West Bank.

John Hobson gives an insight into his invaluable work as a human rights monitor in the Northern West Bank

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Susie Alegre
Time to Think about Freedom of Thought

Susie Alegre describes the ongoing challenges to freedom of thought in a world in which big data collection, Facebook and social media play an increasing part in worldwide elections.

 

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International criminal justice and the global migration crisis

Jelia Sane considers a potential role for the ICC in protecting migrants’ rights.

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