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Publisher:ADR publication

Category:Journals

Language:English

Frequency:Books

Journal Description: International Journal of Law, Human Rights and Constitutional Studies is a Journal from bouquet of Advanced Research Publications which dedicated to the modern subjects of constitutional law and human rights protection from a global perspective. IJLHRCS emphasizes in the fields of current economic and political crises, globalised democratic governance, human rights public policies, the theory and philosophy of rights, comparative constitutional law and the methodology of law, and provides a central forum for a deeper understanding in the discipline by encouraging the quantitative comparison and performance evaluation of the emerging components of these domains. The journal publishes original papers including but not limited to the following fields:
Anti-dumping and safeguards, Comparative constitutional law, Constitutional theory and policy, Constitutional rights, Constitutional politics, Constitutional freedoms, Corporate accountability, Competition law, Conflict of laws relating to marriage, adoption, surrogacy and custody of children, Colonialism and imperialism, Democratic,, deficit theory, Democracy and governance, Digital participation, e-democracy, e-governance, Emergent issues in international human rights law, EU, constitutionalisation, Equality and discrimination, Ethnicity & religion, Globalisation and governance, Gender and women’s human rights, Human rights and the law, International constitutional law, International human rights protection, Intellectual property rights/trading, International investment law, International commercial, law/enforcement of foreign judgments, Legal Information Design, Methodology of law, Migration and multiculturalism, Minorities and indigenous peoples, Philosophy of, rights, Patent law, Public/ private Law and Policy, Political parties and elections, Regulating the internet, Special issues of International Law, The turn to history in international law, Technology Policy and Law, Theory of rights, Transitional justice, The ecological crisis, The teaching, research and practice of international law.

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