Human Rights Brief
A Legal Resource for the International Human Rights Community


Volume 14 Issue 3
Spring 2007

Print Version | Editors & Staff


Perspectives on Migration, Labor & Globalization


The Push & Pull of Globalization: How the Global Economy Makes Migrant Workers Vulnerable to Exploitation
Neha Misra

The Pursuit of Justice is Without Borders: Binational Strategies for Defending Migrants� Rights
Victoria Gavito

The AFL-CIO � NDLON Agreement: Five Proposals for Advancing the Partnership
Jayesh M. Rathod

Pursuit of a Rights-Based Approach to Migration: Recent Developments at the UN and the Inter-American System
Sarah Paoletti

Sanctioned Abuses: The Case of Migrant Domestic Workers
Nisha Varia

Also In This Issue


Holding States Accountable for the Ultimate Human Rights Abuse: A Review of the International Court of Justice�s Bosnian Genocide Case
Scott Shackelford

Racial Disparities in U.S. Public Education and International Human Rights Standards: Holding the U.S. Accountable to CERD
Amelia Parker

Fencing Out the Neighbors: Legal Implications of the U.S.-Mexico Border Security Fence
Marta Tavares

Columns


International Legal Updates

Updates from the International Criminal Courts

Updates from the Regional Human Rights Systems

United Nations Update

Legislative Watch

NGO Update

Center News/Faculty and Staff Updates

Alumni Profile


The proper citation for an article in the Human Rights Brief Volume 14, Issue 3, beginning at page 51 would be: 14 No. 3 Hum. Rts. Brief 51 (2007).