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Living at the cutting edge: Women's experiences of protection orders. Volume 2: What's to be done? A critical analysis of statutory and practice approaches to domestic violence
TLDR
A research report commissioned by the Ministry of Women's Affairs, New Zealand finds that women in New Zealand are more likely to believe that they should and can be responsible for their own sexual activity and act accordingly to achieve gender equality. Expand
Living at the cutting edge. Women's experiences of protection orders: volume 1: the women’s stories
TLDR
A research report commissioned by the Ministry of Women's Affairs, New Zealand finds that women in New Zealand are more likely to believe that they should and can be responsible for their own sexual activity and act accordingly to achieve gender equality. Expand
At the Confluence of Law and Geography: Contextualising Inter-State Water Disputes in India
Inter-state water disputes occur in federal political systems. They stand at the intersection of two branches of law: federalism under constitutional law, and water law – specifically river basinExpand
What Can Activist Scholars Learn from Rumi?
The neoliberal restructuring of higher education everywhere is accompanied by a distinctive branch of knowledge known as activist scholarship. Drawing from a number of disciplines includingExpand
Workers' rights in a global world
Imperial Agendas, Global Solidarities, and Third World Socio-Legal Studies: Methodological Reflections
This article interrogates the methodological lenses through which law in the Third World is commonly analyzed in socio-legal studies. Third World socio-legal studies, this article argues, is a fieldExpand
What's Wrong with Rights?: Social Movements, Law and Liberal Imaginations
Through mapping the rights discourse and the transformations in transnational finance capitalism since the world wars, and interrogating the connections between the two, Radha D’Souza examinesExpand
Liberal Theory, Human Rights and Water-Justice: Back to Square One?
In the wake of the Fukuyama's 'end of history': liberal theory’s triumph over its soviet/communist other, and the subsequent march of 'globalisation' and the ascendancy of neo-liberal ideology,thisExpand
Nation vs. Peoples: Inter-State Water Disputes in India’s Supreme Court
India’s constitutional democracy is premised on philosophical liberalism. In legal theory liberalism presupposes the separation of powers between the three arms of the state: the legislature, theExpand
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