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Readership: Students and scholars of international trade law and human rights law; legal advisers of governmental and non-governmental organizations dealing with the WTO and/or human rights
Sarah Joseph, Director, Castan Centre for Human Rights Law, Monash University, Melbourne
Sarah Joseph is a Professor of Human Rights Law, and the Director of the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law at Monash University in Melbourne. She has numerous publications on human rights, in areas such as the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, corporations and human rights, terrorism and human rights, self-determination, and now global trade and human rights. She is also an expert on Australian constitutional law, having co-written a leading text on that issue. She has taught human rights in many
settings, both international and local, for over 15 years.
"[A]nyone interested in the interplay between the WTO and human rights would do well to consult this very eloquently written text." - Md. Rizwanul Islam, Journal of World Trade
1: Introducing the WTO and International Human Rights Regimes
2: The Relationship between the WTO and International Human Rights Law
3: Democratic Deficit and the WTO
4: 'Human Rights' Restrictions on Trade
5: The WTO, Poverty, and Development
6: The WTO and the Right to Food
7: TRIPS and the Right to Health
8: xtraterritorial Human Rights Duties
9: WTO Reform, The Doha Round, and Other Free Trade Initiatives
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