SUR 3

issue N.3 • v.2 • Jan/2005

Sur International Journal on Human Rights, founded in 2004 and published by Conectas Human Rights, produces, fosters and disseminates innovative research and ideas, primarily from the Global South, on human rights practice.

The Sur Journal serves as a channel for sharing perspectives on the world’s human rights agenda. It is a space where the Global South’s role in shaping human rights discourse and practice – including, its institutions, priorities and impact – is debated.

Essays

Trips agreement and access to drugs in developing countries

Carlos M. Correa

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Access to Justice and Human Rights Protection in Nigeria: Problems and Prospects

Nlerum S. Okogbule

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Eddie Mabo and Namibia: Land Reform and Pre-Colonial Land Rights

Nico Horn

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Plan of Action Submitted by the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights

Louise Arbour

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Evidential Issues before the Inter-American Court of Human Rights

Alberto Bovino

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Security, Human Security and Latin America

Bernardo Sorj

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Human Rights and Justiciability: A Survey Conducted in Rio de Janeiro

José Ricardo Cunha

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Reopening of Trials for Crimes Committed by the Argentine Military Dictatorship

María José Guembe

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Trade and Human Rights: Towards Coherence

Caroline Dommen

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