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Secondary objectives of the European Central Bank and economic growth: A human rights perspective

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Source(s):Leiden Journal of International Law; September 2022, Vol. 35 Issue: 3 p569-593, 25p

Abstract:AbstractThis article focuses on the correlation between the secondary objectives of the European Central Bank (ECB) and the right to a healthy environment. Whereas the primary mandate of the ECB is maintaining price stability, the applicable law also e...

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Book Review: Responsive Human Rights: Vulnerability, Ill-treatment and the ECtHR

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Source(s):Leiden Journal of International Law; September 2022, Vol. 35 Issue: 3 p731-734, 4p

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Bioethics and human rights: Constructing the interdisciplinary approach

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Source(s):AIP Conference Proceedings Online; September 2022, Vol. 2573 Issue: 1 p030022-30027, 6p

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International health regulation 2005 and Covid-19 vaccination in fulfilling human rights

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Source(s):AIP Conference Proceedings Online; September 2022, Vol. 2573 Issue: 1 p020007-20013, 7p

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The high-tech surveillance state is not restricted to China: Interview with Maya Wang of Human Rights Watch

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Source(s):Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists; September 2022, Vol. 78 Issue: 5 p239-242, 4p

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Enacting Safety and Omitting Gender: Australian Human Rights Scrutiny Processes Concerning Alcohol and Other Drug Laws

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Source(s):Contemporary Drug Problems; September 2022, Vol. 49 Issue: 3 p258-277, 20p

Abstract:Global momentum for drug law reform is building. But how might such reform be achieved? Many argue that human rights offer a possible normative framework for guiding such reform. There has been very little research on whether human rights processes can...

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Human Rights Are Under Attack. Who Will Protect Them?

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Source(s):World Politics Review (19446284); 7/27/2022, p1-5, 5p

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Editorial: Human Rights and the Two-Pillar Solution

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Source(s):Intertax; July 2022, Vol. 50 Issue: 9 p574-578, 5p

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Imagining a World without the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

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Source(s):World Politics; July 2022, Vol. 74 Issue: 3 p327-366, 40p

Abstract:abstractThe Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is thought to have shaped constitutions profoundly since its adoption in 1948. The authors identify two empirical implications that should follow from such influence. First, UDHR content should b...

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The Imperialism of Democracy and Human Rights vs the Democracy and Human Rights of Imperialism

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Source(s):International Critical Thought; April 2022, Vol. 12 Issue: 2 p169-178, 10p

Abstract:ABSTRACTWestern discourse towards China had been hardening since it became clear to US leaders that their assumption that increasing trade and engagement with China would lead it to become a pale imitation of Western neoliberal financialised capitalism...

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