Humanitarianism & Human Rights

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  • At present, many young international scholars, including several colleagues here at the IEG, conduct research on their own which extends or differentiates the debate on the sources and trajectories of humanitarian norms and human rights. By creating this blog we want to give them a forum to get closer in contact with each other, to articulate their ideas, to exchange information and knowledge, to present perspectives from different backgrounds, and to share the same interest on the history of humanitarianism and human rights. Therefore, we would like to invite all academics around the world to participate in creating this kind of online network following the good tradition of scholarly correspondence and collegial cooperation.
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10670/2.g1vbnp

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OpenEdition

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234 documents
Fabian Klose (Mar 5, 2020)
Fabian Klose (Jan 24, 2020)
Fabian Klose (Jan 16, 2020)
Fabian Klose (Jan 14, 2020)
Fabian Klose (Dec 5, 2019)
Fabian Klose (Dec 4, 2019)
Fabian Klose (Nov 5, 2019)
Fabian Klose (Oct 24, 2019)
Fabian Klose (Oct 8, 2019)
Fabian Klose (Sep 5, 2019)
Fabian Klose (Sep 4, 2019)
Johannes Paulmann (Aug 26, 2019)
Fabian Klose (Aug 2, 2019)
Fabian Klose (Jul 24, 2019)
Fabian Klose (Jul 3, 2019)
Fabian Klose (Jun 25, 2019)
Fabian Klose (Jun 18, 2019)
Fabian Klose (May 1, 2019)
Fabian Klose (Apr 26, 2019)
Fabian Klose (Apr 4, 2019)
Fabian Klose (Mar 5, 2019)
Johannes Paulmann (Feb 21, 2019)
Fabian Klose (Feb 20, 2019)
Johannes Paulmann (Feb 1, 2019)
Fabian Klose (Jan 29, 2019)

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