The series Studies in Citizenship, Human Rights and Law encourages a pluralistic vision of citizenship. The aim is to promote inclusiveness and rights at the local and global levels while approaching citizenship from a socio-legal perspective. The series may include comparative approaches along with books that focus on single jurisdictions, and brings together research monographs and edited collections which allow the expression of different schools of thought. Grounded in law and legal theory, where relevant, the series also welcomes contributions that take an interdisciplinary approach to rights and citizenship.
Statelessness Determination Procedures and the Right to Nationality Nigeria in Comparative Perspective
Sex Work, Labour, and Empowerment Lessons from the Informal Entertainment Sector in Nepal
By Solomon Oseghale Momoh
October 07, 2022
This book advances the study of the right to nationality, the prevention of statelessness, and the protection of stateless persons, taking Nigeria as a case study. Much recent literature on the subject of statelessness has been written from a US/European perspective. This work addresses this ...
By Sutirtha Sahariah
November 26, 2021
This book presents an analysis of the concepts of female empowerment and resilience against violence in the informal entertainment and sex industries. Generally, the key debates on sex work have centred on arguments proposed by the oppressive and empowerment paradigms. This book moves away from ...
By Kieran Walsh
April 15, 2020
This book examines how child protection law has been shaped by the transition to late modernity and how it copes with the ever-changing concept of risk. The book traces the evolution of the contemporary child protection system through historical changes, assessing the factors that have influenced ...