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CGHR Working Papers

 

CGHR Working Paper Series

 

CGHR Working Paper #13

Capital, Politics and Pedagogy: The Case of Education Inside the United Nations
Kevin Kester (Queens’ College, University of Cambridge and Endicott College of International Studies, Woosong University, Daejeon, Korea

 

CGHR Working Paper #12

Framing Human Dignity: Visual Jurisprudence at the Constitutional Court
Eliza Garnsey (Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge) 

 

CGHR Working Paper #11

Ritual and Myth in the Russell War Crimes Tribunal on Vietnam
Dr Javier Pérez-Jara (Affiliated Researcher, Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge) 

 

CGHR Working Paper #10

Governance in rebel-held East Ghouta in the Damascus Province, Syria
Ilina Angelova (Sciences Po, Paris)

 

CGHR Working Paper #9

Africa's Voices: Using mobile phones and radio to foster mediated public discussion and to gather public opinions in Africa
Dr Claudia Abreu Lopes (Research Associate, CGHR) & Dr Sharath Srinivasan (Director, CGHR)

 

CGHR Working Paper #8

Framing Peace: The case of conciliatory radio programming in Burundi and Uganda
Dr William Tayeebwa (Makerere University, Uganda; CAPREx Fellow)

 

CGHR Working Paper #7

The Right to be Free from the Harm of Hate Speech in International Human Rights Law
Mona Elbahtimy (PhD candidate at the Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge)

 

CGHR Working Paper #6

A Right to Enjoy Culture in Face of Climate Change: Implications for "Climate Migrants"
Margaretha Wewerinke (Visiting Scholar, Lauterpract Centre for International Law, University of Cambridge)

 

CGHR Working Paper #5

Beyond "Asian Values": Rethinking rights
Yvonne Tew (Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge)

 

CGHR Working Paper #4

Threats to the right to life of journalists
Sarah Elliott, Mona Elbahtimy & Dr Sharath Srinivasan (Centre of Governance and Human Rights)

 

CGHR Working Paper #3

From visible to invisible: Tunisia's gendered democracy paradox
Zoe Petkanas (POLIS, University of Cambridge).

 

CGHR Working Paper #2

New communication technologies and citizen-led governance in Africa
Dr Iginio Gagliardone, Dr Sharath Srinivasan & Dr Florence Brisset-Foucault (Centre of Governance and Human Rights)

 

CGHR Working Paper #1

Rule by law in Ethiopia: Rendering constitutional limits on government power nonsensical
Adem Abebe (Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria; Visiting Doctoral Researcher, Centre of Governance and Human Rights).