Issue 19

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Sur – International Journal on Human Rights is a biannual journal published in English, Portuguese and Spanish by Conectas Human Rights.


FOREIGN POLICY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

David Petrasek

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New Powers, New Approaches? Human Rights Diplomacy in the 21st Century

Adriana Erthal Abdenur and Danilo Marcondes de Souza Neto

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Brazil’s Development Cooperation with Africa:What Role for Democracy and Human Rights

Carlos Cerda Dueñas

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Incorporating International Human Rights Standards in the Wake of the 2011 Reform of the Mexican Constitution: Progress and Limitations

Elisa Mara Coimbra

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Inter-American System of Human Rights: Challenges to Compliance with the Court’s Decisions in Brazil

Conor Foley

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The Evolving Legitimacy of Humanitarian Interventions

Deisy Ventura

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Public Health and Brazilian Foreign Policy

Camila Lissa Asano

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Foreign Policy and Human Rights in Emerging Countries: Insights Based on the Work of an Organization from the Global South

Interview with Maja Daruwala (CHRI) and Susan Wilding (CIVICUS)

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Emerging Democracies’ Foreign Policy: What Place for Human Rights? A Look at India and South Africa

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David Kinley

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Finding Freedom in China: Human Rights in the Political Economy

Laura Betancur Restrepo

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The Promotion and Protection of Human Rights through Legal Clinics and their Relationships with Social Movements: Achievements and Challenges in the Case of Conscientious Objection to Compulsory Military Service in Colombia

Alexandra Lopes da Costa

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Modern-Day Inquisition: A Report on Criminal Persecution,Exposure of Intimacy and Violation of Rights in Brazil

Ana Cristina González Vélez and Viviana Bohórquez Monsalve

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Case Study on Colombia: Judicial Standards on Abortion to Advance the Agenda of the Cairo Programme of Action

The Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice, through its Editorial Board, contributes to the publication of the Sur journal by assisting with the editing of the
English translation of non-English articles