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Established in 1982, WILJ offers articles of scholarly and practical interest in various areas of international law.

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Latest Issue

  • Volume 38, Issue 2

    Articles include:
    Human Rights in Pursuit of Climate Justice by Sam Adelman
    Climate and Gender Justice in Sub-Saharan Africa: Emerging Trends Post-Paris 2015 by Kemi Mildred Hughes
    Being, Becoming, and (Un)Becoming Indigenous? Indigeneity, Human Rights, and Climate Change in India by Arpitha Kodiveri
    Combating Climate Change in Nigeria: An Appraisal of Constitutional and Legal Frameworks by Olubisi F. Oluduro
    A Proposal for Transnational Litigation Against Climate Change Violations in Africa by Peter Kayode Oniemola
    The Intersection of Human Rights and Climate Change in the Inter-American Human Rights System: What to Hope For? by Rafaela Sena
    The Advent of International Human Rights Law in Climate Change Litigation by Samvel Varvastian

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