Human Rights and Humanitarian Law 2017 by Brill publications

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journals more information on brill.com international journal on minority and group rights editor-in-chief caroline fournet faculty of law criminal law and criminology university of groningen editors-in-chief ilias bantekas and manisuli ssenyonjo editor-in-chief gudmundur alfredsson the practice at the icty and ictr has shown that there is no real international criminal customary law but only extrapolations from international public law general principles of law and humanitarian law the divide between the so-called common law and civil law systems and their differences in approach to solving legal problems make it necessary to establish an international forum for discussion and development of a common ground on which the work of the international courts can build this is especially true with regard to the so-called “general part” of the substantive criminal law like forms of participation actus reus and mens rea categories defences and excuses offence types sentencing enforcement etc but also the procedural law still lacks sharp features in many aspects the icc’s rules of procedure and evidence will be in need of interpretation in addition it will be helpful to the courts to understand the societal background and effects of the law the international human rights law review is a bi-annual peer-reviewed journal it aims to stimulate research and thinking on contemporary human rights issues problems challenges and policies it is particularly interested in soliciting papers whether in the legal domain or other social sciences that are unique in their approach and which seek to address poignant concerns of our times one of the principal aims of the journal is to provide an outlet to human rights scholars practitioners and activists in the developing world who have something tangible to say about their experiences on the ground or in order to discuss cases and practices that are generally inaccessible to european and north-american audiences the journal is aimed at academics students government officials human rights practitioners and lawyers working in the area as well as individuals and organisations interested in the areas of human rights law the international journal on minority and group rights is devoted to interdisciplinary studies of the legal political economic and social problems which minorities and indigenous peoples face in all countries of the world for the purposes of the journal groups are seen as clearly recognizable segments of society defined by such relatively constant factors as national or ethnic origin religion culture or language current developments not least the spread of violent ethnic and religious conflicts underline the need for a periodical publication dealing with the rights of persons belonging to minorities and indigenous peoples and of the groups themselves the journal pays special attention to the contribution which human rights standards and good governance guidelines can make to a better world for all the journal aims to become the primary forum for the discussion of the vitally important field of studies which it covers selection of indexing and abstracting articlefirst current abstracts public affairs index scopus toc premier selection of indexing and abstracting erih plus selection of indexing and abstracting articlefirst current abstracts geobase scopus toc premier 2018 volume 18 in 6 issues issn 1567-536x e-issn 1571-8123 institutional subscription rates electronic only eur 794 us 985 print only eur 873 us 1084 electronic print eur 953 us 1182 individual subscription rates print or electronic only eur 281 us 355 2018 volume 7 in 2 issues issn 2213-1027 e-issn 2213-1035 institutional subscription rates electronic only eur 190 us 237 print only eur 209 us 261 electronic print eur 228 us 284 individual subscription rates print or electronic only eur 76 us 96 2018 volume 25 in 4 issues issn 1385-4879 e-issn 1571-8115 institutional subscription rates electronic only eur 478 us 595 print only eur 526 us 655 electronic print eur 574 us 714 individual subscription rates print or electronic only eur 168 us 213 brill.com/icla brill.com/hrlr brill.com/ijgr brill nijhoffc ata lo g 2 017 humanrights international criminal law international human rights law review review 25