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  1. Collective Trauma and the Armenian Genocide: Armenian, Turkish, and Azerbaijani Relations since 1839 - ISBN 9781509934836

    Collective Trauma and the Armenian Genocide: Armenian, Turkish, and Azerbaijani Relations since 1839

    £60.25

    Publication date 12 November 2020
    By Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  2. Human Rights Commitments of Islamic States: Sharia, Treaties and Consensus - ISBN 9781509919703

    Human Rights Commitments of Islamic States: Sharia, Treaties and Consensus

    £55.60

    Publication date 29 October 2020
    By Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  3. I Am Somebody: Why Jesse Jackson Matters - ISBN 9781838604257

    I Am Somebody: Why Jesse Jackson Matters

    £18.50

    Publication date 15 October 2020
    By Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  4. A First Nations Voice in the Australian Constitution - ISBN 9781509928927

    A First Nations Voice in the Australian Constitution

    £55.60

    Publication date 06 August 2020
    By Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  5. Jacobs, White, and Ovey: The European Convention on Human Rights - ISBN 9780198847137

    Jacobs, White, and Ovey: The European Convention on Human Rights

    £36.75

    Explores the key principles underpinning the decisions made by the European Court of Human Rights, and provides a guide to the pivotal cases in each area. Learn More
    Publication date 30 July 2020
    By Oxford University Press
  6. Women, Poverty, Equality - ISBN 9781509939480

    Women, Poverty, Equality

    £27.80

    Publication date 25 June 2020
    By Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  7. Parliament and the Law - ISBN 9781509939633

    Parliament and the Law

    £23.15

    Publication date 25 June 2020
    By Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  8. Foundations of Indirect Discrimination Law - ISBN 9781509939664

    Foundations of Indirect Discrimination Law

    £27.80

    Publication date 25 June 2020
    By Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  9. Why Religious Freedom Matters for Democracy - ISBN 9781509904747

    Why Religious Freedom Matters for Democracy

    £46.35

    Publication date 11 June 2020
    By Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  10. The Constitution of Social Democracy: Essays in Honour of Keith Ewing - ISBN 9781509916573

    The Constitution of Social Democracy: Essays in Honour of Keith Ewing

    £101.95

    Publication date 11 June 2020
    By Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  11. Beyond Human Rights and the War on Terror - ISBN 9780367519766

    Beyond Human Rights and the War on Terror

    £34.85

    Publication date 01 May 2020
    By Taylor & Francis Ltd
  12. Europes Passive Virtues - ISBN 9780198844792

    Europes Passive Virtues

    £75.40

    This book investigates the Court of Justice's practice of deferring to Member State authorities in free movement law, examining the decision-making latitude accorded to national institutions by means of two deference doctrines, the margin of appreciation and decentralised judicial review. Learn More
    Publication date 01 May 2020
    By Oxford University Press
  13. Common Law Constitutional Rights - ISBN 9781509906864

    Common Law Constitutional Rights

    £69.50

    Publication date 16 April 2020
    By Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  14. Anti-Social Behaviour: Law, Practice, and Procedure - ISBN 9780199292417

    Anti-Social Behaviour: Law, Practice, and Procedure

    £61.25

    This exciting new book defines the boundaries and parameters of "anti-social behaviour law", pulling together the various offences, powers, and remedies into a single, coherent subject. Learn More
    Publication date 16 April 2020
    By Oxford University Press
  15. Being Sure of Each Other: An Essay on Social Rights and Freedoms - ISBN 9780198714064

    Being Sure of Each Other: An Essay on Social Rights and Freedoms

    £37.70

    Brownlee rethinks human rights theory to reflect the fact that we are deeply social creatures. Our core social needs, for meaningful social inclusion, are more important than, and essential to, our civil, political, and economic needs. This grounds a right against social deprivation and a right to the resources to sustain other people. Learn More
    Publication date 26 March 2020
    By Oxford University Press

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