Populism, International Courts, and Women's Human Rights

Nienke Grossman, Populism, International Courts, and Women’s Human Rights, 35 MD. J. INT’L L. (forthcoming Nov. 2020).

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Nienke Grossman

University of Baltimore - School of Law

Date Written: May 9, 2020

Abstract

This contribution to the Maryland Journal of International Law’s Fall 2019 symposium on populism aims to begin to explore the impact populism may have on gender equality, or more specifically, women’s human rights, as mediated by international courts and quasi-adjudicative bodies interpreting human rights law. In other words, it considers the extent to which populism is potentially harmful or helpful to women’s human rights, as articulated by these institutions.

Keywords: Women's Human Rights, Populism, International Courts and Tribunals

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Grossman, Nienke, Populism, International Courts, and Women's Human Rights (May 9, 2020). Nienke Grossman, Populism, International Courts, and Women’s Human Rights, 35 MD. J. INT’L L. (forthcoming Nov. 2020). , Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=

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