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(2013)Transitional justice mechanisms have been implemented to deal with the grave legacies of human rights violations committed during an authoritarian past regime. These mechanisms have been established by governments in order ...
Does international criminal justice provide sufficient protection to girls recruited for sexual purposes by armed forces and groups in the light of international humanitarian law and international human rights law? (2013)Among the children involved in armed conflicts, many of them are girls who have to fulfil multifarious roles. This thesis examines if international criminal justice provides sufficient protection to girls recruited for ...
Freedom of religion for Muslims - on 'Flemish' terms only? : an interdisciplinary analysis of four proposals impacting freedom of religion in Flanders, post-terrorist attacks (2017)This dissertation presents an interdisciplinary analysis of four political proposals, affecting freedom of religion, that were made in Flanders in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks of 22 March 2016. These were the ...
(2013)Cases of indigenous women being trafficked for the purpose of sexual exploitation are reported all over the world. Although evidence within the existing literature suggests a link between ethnicity and susceptibility to ...