Volume 7 Issue 1 November 2020
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How granting Indigenous peoples’ land titles contributes to forest conservation in Latin America
What can the European Court of Human Rights learn from the Inter-American Court of Human Right’s approach to reparation in Indigenous peoples’ rights decisions?
The justiciable right to food and adequate nutrition in the UK: A feasible proposition?
‘So whose agents are we?’ Defining (international) human rights in the shadow of the “foreign agents” law in Russia
Book Review: The Morals of the Market: Human Rights and the Rise of Neoliberalism by Jessica Whyte