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Kišūnaitė, A. (2019).  Children’s Rights Protection in the EU: The Need for a Contextual Perspective. Peace Human Rights Governance. 3(2), 171-192.PDF icon PHRG-2019-2-1.pdf (324.69 KB)
Kehrer, I. (2019).  Cuts into Children’s Future: a Comparative Analysis between FGM, Male Circumcision and Intersex Genital Surgeries. Peace Human Rights Governance. 3(3), 333-363.PDF icon PHRG-2019-3-3.pdf (297.82 KB)
Carletti, C. (2019).  Educational and Intercultural Dialogue among Younger Generations for the Full Enjoyment of their Rights as a New Challenge within City Spaces. Peace Human Rights Governance. 3(1), 69-95.PDF icon PHRG_2019_1_3.pdf (323.76 KB)
Ghanem, C. Yasmin (2019).  Integrating Muslim Migrants with a Gender Perspective? An Analysis of Integration Policies in the City of Brussels. Peace Human Rights Governance. 3(1), 9-33.PDF icon PHRG_2019_1_1.pdf (287.82 KB)
Degani, P., & Perini L. (2019).  The Italian Public Policies Frame on Prostitution and the Practical Overlapping with Trafficking: an Inevitable Condition?. Peace Human Rights Governance. 3(1), 35-68.PDF icon PHRG_2019_1_2.pdf (336.03 KB)
Mazzocchin, S. (2019).  Managing Urban Space towards Intercultural and Sustainable Cities. A Case Study of the Neighbourhood Arcella, Padua. Peace Human Rights Governance. 3(1), 97-123.PDF icon PHRG_2019_1_4.pdf (1.76 MB)
Duarte Reyes, L A., & Fattori G. (2019).  Microfinance as a Means for Women Empowerment in the Colombian Post Conflict Scenario: Transformational Development or a Tool for Better Managing Poverty?. Peace Human Rights Governance. 3(1), 127-161.PDF icon PHRG_2019_1_5.pdf (362.02 KB)
Ratajczak, M., & Galzignato E. (2019).  Migrant Children and Cyber-violence. The Problem of Hate Speech in Italy and Poland. Peace Human Rights Governance. 3(3), 365-388.PDF icon PHRG-2019-3-4.pdf (313.39 KB)
Han, L. (2019).  New Technologies in Combating Child Trafficking in China: Opportunities and Challenges for Children’s Rights. Peace Human Rights Governance. 3(3), 389-414.PDF icon PHRG-2019-3-5.pdf (431.68 KB)
Orhan, G. (2019).  Religious Freedom Governance or Institutionalization of a Heterodox Religion? Turkey’s Urban Policies with Respect to Alevi Population. Peace Human Rights Governance. 3(2), 193-214.PDF icon PHRG-2019-2-2.pdf (345.07 KB)
Picchi, M. (2019).  Surrogate Motherhood: Protecting the Best Interests of the Child in Light of Recent Case Law. Peace Human Rights Governance. 3(3), 307-331.PDF icon PHRG-2019-3-2.pdf (308.13 KB)
Skelton, A., & Mezmur B. Dawit (2019).  Technology Changing @ a Dizzying Pace: Reflections on Selected Jurisprudence of the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child and Technology. Peace Human Rights Governance. 3(3), 275-305.PDF icon PHRG-2019-3-1.pdf (333.44 KB)
Stürner, J., & Bendel P. (2019).  The Two-way ‘Glocalisation’ of Human Rights or: How Cities Become International Agents in Migration Governance. Peace Human Rights Governance. 3(2), 215-239.PDF icon PHRG-2019-2-3.pdf (332.95 KB)
Anjos, L. Costa dos, & Santos M C. Oliveira (2019).  Urban Landscapes and Dystopian Scenarios: Smart Cities for Whom? Tales of Inclusionary and Exclusionary Practices. Peace Human Rights Governance. 3(2), 241-265.PDF icon PHRG-2019-2-4.pdf (342.56 KB)
Dal Poz, A. (2018).  ‘Buying Peace’ in Timor-Leste: Another UN-success Story?. Peace Human Rights Governance. 2(2), 185-219.PDF icon 2018_2_3.pdf (999.18 KB)
Ananthavinayagan, T. Venthan (2018).  Dum Vivimus Vivamus. The Tamils in Sri Lanka: a right to external self-determination?. Peace Human Rights Governance. 2(1), 23-50.PDF icon 2018_1_2.pdf (550.24 KB)
Daicampi, M. (2018).  Effective Participation of Minorities in Public Affairs in the Local Government: Towards a Subsidiarity in Diversity Accommodation? The Case of Law No. 6/2008 of the Province of Trento. Peace Human Rights Governance. 2(1), 97-117.PDF icon 2018_1_5.pdf (417.83 KB)
Degani, P., & Pividori C. (2018).  Ending Violence against Women as Testing Ground for Women’s Human Rights Discourse: Practices, Limits and Challenges. Peace Human Rights Governance. 2(2), 163-184.PDF icon 2018_2_2.pdf (384.42 KB)
Cantini, N., & Zavialov D. (2018).  Fixing Responsibility to Protect: Lessons from and Proposals for the Case of Libya. Peace Human Rights Governance. 2(1), 75-96.PDF icon 2018_1_4.pdf (413.87 KB)
Bonadiman, L. (2018).  Human Rights and Methodological Anxieties: A Critical Essay. Peace Human Rights Governance. 2(2), 221-253.PDF icon 2018_2_4.pdf (399.06 KB)
Pisanò, A. (2018).  Human Rights and Social Development in the Chinese White Papers on Human Rights. Peace Human Rights Governance. 2(3), 301-330.PDF icon 2018_3_2.pdf (366.29 KB)
Sudha, P. Sree (2018).  Interface between Traditional Knowledge (TK) and Human Rights in Realizing Right to Health and Health Care – An Indian Perspective. Peace Human Rights Governance. 2(3), 331-345.PDF icon 2018_3_3.pdf (488.02 KB)
De Feyter, K. (2018).  Leaving No One behind in Human Rights Research. Peace Human Rights Governance. 2(1), 1-19.PDF icon 2018_1_1.pdf (233.39 KB)
Cau, G., Lochiam R. Miligan, Merlo M., Rossanigo P. Luigi, & Steffan M. (2018).  Local Development and Alcohol Abuse: the Case of Karamoja. Peace Human Rights Governance. 2(3), 349-367.PDF icon 2018_3_4.pdf (909.66 KB)