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Articles and Publications

Articles and Publications 

2017

  • Probert, T.: Vehicles for accountability or cloaks of impunity?How can national commissions of inquiry achieve accountability for violations of the right to life? IJR Policy Brief Number 25, May 2017

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  • McPherson, E. and T. Probert: "Special Procedures in the Digital Age". The United Nations Special Procedures System, edited by A. Nolan, R. Freedman and T. Murphy.Boston: Brill, 2017.

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2016

  • McPherson, E.: Source credibility as “information subsidy”: Strategies for successful NGO journalism at Mexican human rights NGOs. Journal of Human Rights 15(3): 330-346, 2016 (Special issue on “Human Rights in the News,” edited by John C. Pollock and Morton Winston).

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  • Brisset-Foucoult, F.: "La cité radiophonique. Démocratie de chantier, domination technocratique et patriotisme bureaucratique en Ouganda (The Radio Polity. "Construction site" democracy, technocratic domination, and bureaucratic patriotism in Uganda), Sociétés poliques comparées, 40, October - December, 2016

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  • Srinivasan, S. & C. Abreu Lopes: ‘Africa’s voices versus big data? The value of citizen engagement through interactive radio’. In O. Hemer & T. Tufte (eds.), Voice & Matter: Communication, development and the cultural return. Göteborg, SE: Nordicom, 2016

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  • Fraser, A.: ‘The political economy of sponsored call-in radio in Zambia’, PiMA Working Paper #5, Cambridge: University of Cambridge Centre of Governance and Human Rights, 2016.

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  • Fraser, A.: "Let’s Be Responsible Citizens! Contesting the agenda of a sponsored call-in radio programme", PiMA Working Paper #6, Cambridge: University of Cambridge Centre of Governance and Human Rights, 2016.

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  • Mitullah, W., O. F. Mudhai and S. Mwangi:"Who Participates? Audience and Participants in Interactive Shows", PiMA Working Paper #7, Cambridge: University of Cambridge Centre of Governance and Human Rights, 2016.

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  • Srinivasan, S. & S. Diepeveen: "Competing imaginaries of audiences and the making of the ‘audience-public’ on interactive radio in Kenya and Zambia", PiMA Working Paper #10, Cambridge: University of Cambridge Centre of Governance and Human Rights, 2016

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  • Nouwen, S. & S. Kendall: "Speaking of Legacy: Toward an Ethos of Modesty at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda", The American Journal of International Law 110, (2): pp. 212-232, 2016, 2016.

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  • Sindre, G .M. & J. Söderström: "Understanding armed groups and party politics", Civil Wars 18, (2): pp. 109-117, 2016.

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  • Sindre, G. M.: "In whose interests? Former rebel parties and ex-combatant interest group mobilization in Aceh and East Timor", Civil Wars 18 (2): 192-213, 2016.

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  • Srinivasan, S.: "Civil society as counter-power: Rethinking international support toward tackling conflict and non-violent politics in Africa". In P. Aall, & C. Crocker, (Eds), Minding the Gap: African conflict management in a time of change. Waterloo, Canada: CIGI - Centre for International Governance Innovation, 2016.

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2015

  • McPherson, E.: “Do Photographs Help? A Review of the Human Rights, Human Wrongs Exhibition at Photographers’ Gallery.” The Photographic Review, Issue 82, 52-53, 2015.

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  • McPherson, E. "Digital Human Rights Reporting by Civilian Witnesses: Surmounting the Verification Barrier". In R.A. Lind (ed.), Produsing Theory 2.0: The Intersection of Audiences and Production in a Digital World (Volume 2), pp. 193–209. New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing, 2015.

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  • Alexander, A. and E. McPherson: "Social Media Data Is Not Directly Representative of Facts Offline." In Policy Challenges Briefing: Data Science, p.8. Cambridge: Center for Science and Policy, Cambridge Big Data Strategic Research Initiative, 2015. Available at:

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  • McPherson, E.: "ICTs and Human Rights Practice." Cambridge: CGHR, 2015.

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  • Heyns, C. and T. Probert: "The Power of Information Communication Technologies for Human Rights." Human Rights Monitor, International Service for Human Rights, 7 July 2015.

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  • Heyns, C.: "Use of Information and Communications Technologies to Secure the Right to Life", Report of the Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions to the 29th session of UN Human Rights Council, 24 April 2015.

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  • “Africa’s Voices”. In Policy Challenges Briefing: Data Science, p.10. Cambridge: Center for Science and Policy, Cambridge Big Data Strategic Research Initiative, 2015.

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  • Curtis, D.: "Development Assistance and the Lasting Legacies of Rebellion in Burundi and Rwanda", Third World Quarterly, 36:7, pp. 1365–1381, 2015.

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    • Probert, T.: "The New African Commission General Comment on the Right to Life is an Important Step Forward", Just Security, 2015.

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  • Heyns, C. & T. Probert: "The right to life and the progressive abolition of the death penalty", in Ivan Šimonović (ed), Moving Away from the Death Penalty: Arguments, Trends and Perspectives, New York: United Nations, 2015.
  • Nouwen, S. & W. G. Werner: "Monopolizing Global Justice: International Criminal Law as Challenge to Human Diversity’, Journal of International Criminal Justice, 13, (1): pp. 157-176, 2015.

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2014

  • Probert, T.: "How the Death Penalty is Slowly Weakening its Grip on Africa." African Arguments, 9 October 2014.

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