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Bulletin 17.3 Lawyering on the Margins

Area Date
Africa
Europe
07/10/2013
Programme Keywords
Equality
Access to Justice
Dignity
Discrimination
Equality
Health
HIV
Privacy
Gender Identity
Sexual Orientation
Women
Work

Volume 17 Number 3
Lawyering on the Margins

INTERIGHTS Bulletin Volume 17 Number 3: Lawyering on the Margins
Editors: David Scamell, Tatyana Margolin, Constantin Cojocariu and Rachel Fleetwood

Editorial: Lawyering on the Margins: How Lawyers are Becoming Important Tools for Advancing Health and Human Rights of the Most Marginalised
David Scamell, Tatyana Margolin and Constantin Cojocariu

Sex Workers United Against Violence and Kiselbach v Canada: An Innovative Approach to Strategic Litigation on Behalf of Marginalised Communities
Darcie Bennett, Jill Chettiar, DJ Joe, Lisa Kerr, Sheryl Kiselbach, Katrina Pacey and Elin Sigurdson

Moving Beyond Goodwin: A Fresh Assessment of the European Court of Human Rights’ Transgender Rights Jurisprudence
Constantin Cojocariu

Right to Know: True or False?
Mikhail Golichenko and Tatyana Margolin

Piece by Piece: The Approach of Sex Work Litigation in South Africa
David Scamell, Stacey-Leigh Manoek and Jennifer Williams

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