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Evolving Protection of Minority Groups: Global Challenges and the Role of International Jurisprudence

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This article explores the role of judicial discourse in articulating and accommodating minority claims under international law. It identifies four major movements in the field of minority protection and argues that, while the era of specialised standard-setting on minority groups seems to be largely over, international jurisprudence holds the promise of a wider and deeper (re-)assessment of minority issues within the human rights canon.

Affiliations: 1: Senior Lecturer in Law, Director of the International and European Law Unit, Liverpool Law School, UK


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