Cambrian Law Review
The Cambrian Law Review is now focusing on themed issues with Guest Editors.
We welcome any suggestions for future themes. Please contact the General Editor, Marco Odello, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aberystwyth University published first bilingual English-Welsh law journal. Ann Sherlock (right) and Dr Catrin Fflur Huws, Director of the Centre for Welsh Legal Affairs, both at the Department of Law and Criminology.
Volume 42, 2011: The Cultural Rights Imperative
In the international human rights regime, cultural rights traditionally have received scant attention in comparison to civil and political rights. However, in recent years the hierarchy of human rights has witnessed a change whereby cultural rights have acquired a stronger degree of prominence. A key feature in this trend has been the greater attention afforded to the rights of Indigenous Peoples and minorities, for whom cultural issues are particularly important. In turn, this interdisciplinary special edition is dedicated to exploring a range of topical issues in the promotion and protection of cultural rights. The collected articles included from both academics and practitioners address a number of practical and conceptual difficulties. In particular, this edition engages the implementation of cultural rights by drawing on a number of cross-cutting issues of enforcement and legal protection from a variety of differing legal regimes and national approaches. Therefore, it takes a deliberately international and comparative approach, thus presenting a wider appeal beyond any specific jurisdiction.
- Index 1971 - 1983
- Index 1984 - 1994
- Volume 26-32 (1995-2001)
- Volume 33 (2002) (special hardback issue) Legal Cultures, Legal Doctrines - A collection of papers from the 15th Bristish Legal History Conference held in 2001
- Volume 34 (2003) (special hardback issue) A Serious Undertaking - Essays prompted by the entry of the Law Department at Aberystwyth into its Second Century
- Volume 35 (2004) The Crime Complex and the Reorientation of Justice
- Volume 36 (2005) International and Comparative Perspectives on Employment Law
- Volume 37 (2006) The Possibility of African Legal Theory
- Volume 38 (2007) Minority Languages and the Law
- Volume 39 (2008) Five Perspectives on Omission Liability
- Volume 40 (2009) Some New Developments in Sports Law
- Volume 41 (2010) Contemporary Issues in Law and Psychology
- Volume 42 (2011) The Cultural Rights Imperative