Monthly Archives: May 2011

International Human Rights

Non-Intervention, Regional Stability and the ASEAN Court of Human Rights -Ben Petok Introduction This paper will take a broad view of human rights abuses in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) member states and attempt to determine if there … Continue reading

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Reproductive Justice

Seeking Reproductive Justice: Written Practice Agreements and [the lack of] Home Birth Choice -Leandra Carrasco Introduction Sabrina was seven months pregnant with her first child when St. Vincent’s Hospital in New York City closed its doors at the end of … Continue reading

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