Human Rights
Universality and Relativism in Islam and Human Rights: Analytical Critique of Religious Intellectuals

Taha Mousavi Mirkalaei; Savalan Mohammadzadeh

Volume 4, Issue 7 , March 2023, , Pages 15-27

  The present article includes a comparative study of the Islamic and Western approaches to human rights, and the general orientation of this review concentrates on the Universality and Relativism of human rights. The Western approach claims the universality of these rights and believes they are ultra-spot ...  Read More

Criminal Law
Impunity: An Impetus For Repeated Atrocities Nigerian Army As A Case Study

Izuchukwu Temilade Nwagbara

Volume 4, Issue 7 , March 2023, , Pages 62-79

  Since Nigeria’s transition back to democracy in 1999, the atrocities of the erstwhile military regimes have been left practically unaddressed. Though the Human Rights Violations Investigation Commission (‘HRVIC’ or ‘Oputa panel’) was set up in 1999 to investigate human rights ...  Read More

Trade and Development Law
Obtaining Damages for Corporate Human Rights Violations in Investment Arbitration

Yasmin Salama

Volume 3, Issue 5 , April 2022, , Pages 39-51

  Over the past decades, transnational corporations have come under increasing public scrutiny for their involvement in human rights abuses, particularly in developing countries. One may think of violent acts against local communities, slave labor, and grand-scale environmental pollution. International ...  Read More

European Law
Pandemic overview: Migration problems in the European Union

Simona Belcheva

Volume 2, Issue 3 , May 2021, , Pages 21-31

  Migration is a complex demographic, geographic, social, and economic process closely related to the natural movement of the population as a result of religious, ethnic, political, military, economic, or other reasons. This process is characterized by its complex nature and the problems associated with ...  Read More

Human Rights
Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights, an Unequal Struggle

Maria Stefania Cataleta; Anna Cataleta

Volume 1, Issue 2 , July 2020, , Pages 41-63

  Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a kind of intelligence that was born in the 1950s and is an integral part of the digital revolution. Progress made by AI has permitted the birth of systems capable of rivalling human capacities or, in some cases, surpassing them. The progress of the intellectual capacities ...  Read More

A Perspective from the Presumed “Essence” of Human Rights: The European Court of Human Rights

Bostjan M. Zupancic

Volume 1, Issue 1 , September 2019, , Pages 46-51

  This paper is a Chapter from the author’s latest book, ON THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS, Eleven Publishing, 2019. The work is an attempt at a critical understanding of the spirit of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) as implemented, by the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg ...  Read More