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Organ shortage: Ethics, law and pragmatism.
(Cambridge University Press, 2011-03-08)
Enforcing Human Rights at End of Life: Is there a Better Approach?
A Focus Group Content Analysis Study Exploring Cultural and Faith Based Values at End of Life
This case explores the values that were considered to be centrally important by South Asian migrants at end of life. A qualitative approach was used with focus groups as the data collection tool. South Asians were selected ...
Religion, Law and Health Care: Uncomfortable Bedfellows
(Paris Legal Publishers, 2014)
Is This the Future We Want? An Ecofeminist Comment on the UN Conference on Sustainable Development Outcome Document
(Cambridge University Press, 2016)
Regulating Light Pollution in Europe: Legal Challenges and Ways Forward
Light pollution raises important regulatory issues based on risks to human health, ecological and environmental harm. Questions arise as to whether it should be regulated, and, if so, how. There has been recent regulation ...
From Beethoven to Bowie: Identity Framing, Social Justice and the Sound of Law
Music is an inescapable part of social, cultural and political life, and has played a powerful role in mobilising support for popular movements demanding social justice. The impact of David Bowie, Prince and Bob Dylan, for ...
Corporate Social Responsibility, Social Justice and the Global Food Supply Chain
Food is a source of nourishment, a cause for celebration, an inducement to temptation, a means of influence, and signifies good health and well-being. Together with other life enhancing goods such as clean water, unpolluted ...
Torturing Terrorists: Exploring the Limits of Law, Human Rights and Academic Freedom
This book considers the theoretical, policy and empirical arguments relevant to the debate concerning the legalisation of interrogational torture. Torturing Terrorists examines, as part of a consequentialist analysis, the ...