Human Rights Brief

A Legal Resource for the International Human Rights Community


Volume 14 Issue 2
Winter 2007

Print Version | Editors & Staff


In This Issue


In Memorium: Brian Douglas Tittemore
Robert Goldman

Mind the Gap: Purpose, Pain, and the Difference between Torture and Inhuman Treatment
Christian M. De Vos

Recognizing a Right to Autonomy for Ethnic Groups under the African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights: Katangese Peoples Congress v. Zaire
Mtendeweka Owen Mhango

Rwanda's Troubled Gacaca Courts
Christopher J. Le Mon

Waterboarding Prisoners and Justifying Torture: Lessons for the U.S. from the Chilean Experience
Cristián Correa

Ensuring a Responsibility to Protect: Lessons from Darfur
Anonymous

Seeking Integral Reparations for the and Disappearances of Women in Ciudad A Gender and Cultural Perspective
Jorge Calderón Gamboa

Perspectives on the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities


An Analysis of the Development and Adoption of the United Nations Convention Recognizing the Rights of Individuals with Disabilities: Why the United States Refuses to Sign this UN Convention
Tracy R. Justesen
Troy R. Justesen

The UN Disability Convention: Historic Process, Strong Prospects, and Why the U.S. Should Ratify
Tara J. Melish

Columns


International Legal Updates

Updates from the International Criminal Courts

Updates from the Regional Human Rights Systems

United Nations Update

Legislative Watch

NGO Update

Book Reviews

Center News/Faculty and Staff Updates

Alumni Profile


The proper citation for an article in the Human Rights Brief Volume 14, Issue 2, beginning at page 51 would be: 14 No. 2 Hum. Rts. Brief 51 (2007).