Volume 6, Issue 2, June 2010

Special on Human Rights Law as a Site of Struggle over Multicultural Conflicts - Comparative and Multidisciplinary Perspectives

Table of Contents

Introduction
Human rights law as a site of struggle over multicultural conflicts
Comparative and multidisciplinary perspectives
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Titia Loenen, Wibo van Rossum, Jet Tigchelaar 1-16
Inconvenient marriages, or what happens when ethnic minorities marry trans-jurisdictionally Abstract pdf
Prakash Shah 17-32
The clash of legal cultures over the ‘best interests of the child’ principle in cases of international parental child abduction Abstract pdf
Wibo van Rossum 33-55
A closer look at law: human rights as multi-level sites of struggles over multi-dimensional equality Abstract pdf
Susanne Baer 56-76
Protection of spouses in informal marriages by human rights Abstract pdf
Susan Rutten 77-92
Religious law versus secular law
The example of the get refusal in Dutch, English and Israeli law
Abstract pdf
Matthijs de Blois 93-114
Sex segregation and equality in a multicultural society: inferiority as a standard for legal acceptability Abstract pdf
Marjolein van den Brink, Titia Loenen, Jet Tigchelaar 115-144
Public attitudes towards the türban ban in Turkey Abstract pdf
Ali Çarkoğlu 145-157
CEDAW, the Bible and the State of the Netherlands: the struggle over orthodox women’s political participation and their responses Abstract pdf
Barbara Oomen, Joost Guijt, Matthias Ploeg 158-174
Plurality of marriage law and marriage registration for Muslims in Indonesia: a plea for pragmatism Abstract pdf
Adriaan Bedner, Stijn van Huis 175-191


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