Nbr. 2007, January 2007
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- A rights-based approach to addressing HIV/AIDS in the workplace: the role and contribution of the ILO and its constituents.
- Articulations of injustice and the recognition--redistribution debate: locating caste, class and gender in paid domestic work in India.
- Assessing Baxi's thesis on an emergent trade-related market-friendly human rights paradigm: recent evidence from Nigerian Labour-led struggles.
- Beheading the Hydra: Legal Positivism and development.
- Confronting trade-related human rights in a GATS-compatible world.
- Cosmopolitanism and human rights.
- Editorial: Upen Baxi--a celebration!
- Free culture, global commons and social justice in information technology diffusion.
- Globalising gender justice?
- Human rights: southern voices Francis Deng, Abdullahi An-Na'im, Yash Ghai and Upendra Baxi.
- Is humanity enough? The secular theology of human rights.
- Islamic family arbitration, justice and human rights in Britain.
- Micro level factors in the pursuit of social justice: a study of power relations in the Santal Village.
- Nancy Fraser's integrated theory of justice: a 'sociologically rich' model for a global capitalist era?
- Peoples' law: decolonising legal imagination.
- Professor Upendra Baxi: bio-data.
- Revisiting social dimensions of law and justice in a posthuman era.
- The MST and the rule of law in Brazil.
- The WTO as a node of global governance: economic regulation and human rights discourses.
- Upendra Baxi: a tribute.