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Alam, Jobair (2024) Assessment and Feedback in Law: Learning from the Best Practices of the UK Higher Education. In: Assessment and Feedback in Law, 13 March 2024, Asia Pacific Institute of Information and Technology, Sri Lanka.

Alam, Jobair (2024) The Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill: Are the UK’s Rwanda asylum moves going to undercut the core human rights protections for the Refugees? In: Society of Legal Scholars, 115th Annual Conference, 3-5 Sep 2024, University of Bristol. (In Press)

Alam, Jobair and Hasan, Md Naimul (2024) Nationality, statelessness, and human rights: Does ‘everyone’ really have the right to nationality under Article 15 of the UDHR? In: Human Rights after 75 Years of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: Reflections from the Global South. Brill. (In Press)

Alam, Jobair and Spence, Samantha (2024) The impact of religious (mis)interpretation and cultural relativism on the accusations of witchcraft: An example of human rights violation from the Global South. In: International Conference on Witchcraft and Human Rights, past, present and future: Implementing UN Resolution 47/8, 19-20 Sept 2024, Lancaster University, UK. (In Press)

Alam, Md Jobair (2024) ‘Neither Repatriation, nor Resettlement, nor Local Integration’: Is the ‘Responsibility-Sharing’ Only Alternative Tool for the Solution of the Rohingya Refugee Crisis in Bangladesh? In: CCJS Seminar Series, 26.04.2023, Staffordshire University. (In Press)

Alam, Md Jobair, Hasan, Md Naimul and Mannan, Sonia (2024) COVID-19 and healthcare as a human right in Bangladesh: The way forward. Journal of Human Rights and Social Work. ISSN 2365-1792

Alam, Md Jobair, Hasan, Naimul and Reza, Tasnim Nusrat (2024) BANGLADESH GOVERNMENT’S RESPONSE TO THE HUMAN RIGHTS REPORTS OF THE INGOS: AN EXAMPLE OF ‘INFORMATION POLITICS’ FROM THE GLOBAL SOUTH. In: Human Rights Strategies; Benefits and Drawbacks. Edward Elgar Publishing, UK. (In Press)

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Grumley Traynor, Imogen Elizabeth and RYDON-GRANGE, Michelle (2024) Examining correlates of police officers’ attitudes towards seeking mental health support: A scoping review. The Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles.. ISSN 1740-5599

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JALILI-IDRISSI, Arta (2024) Emerging penality: Shifting ideologies, reconciliations and clashes. Theoretical Criminology. ISSN 1461-7439

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SPENCE, Samantha (2024) Witchcraft Accusations and Gender Inequality with Dr. Samantha Spence. [Audio]

SPENCE, Samantha and Suresh, Naveen (2024) Addressing the Legal Gap: Implementing Unified Anti-Superstition Laws in India. International Journal of All Research Education and Scientific Methods (IJARESM), 12 (2). pp. 1809-1818. ISSN 2455-6211

SPENCE, Samantha and Suresh, Naveen (2024) Dowry Practices in Kerala: Trends, Implications, and Socio-Legal Perspectives. Indian Journal of Integrated Research in Law, 4 (1). pp. 1049-1070. ISSN 2583-0538

SPENCE, Samantha and Suresh, Naveen (2024) Exploring the Intersection of Witchcraft Accusations and Sex Education in India: Challenges, Implications, and Opportunities. International Journal of All Research Education and Scientific Methods (IJARESM), 12 (2). pp. 1819-1827. ISSN 2455-6211

SPENCE, Samantha and Suresh, Naveen (2024) Safeguarding Our Daughters: Tackling Female Infanticide And Foeticide In India Through Legal And Social Perspectives. Indian Journal of Law and Legal Research, 6 (1). pp. 2699-2713. ISSN 2582-8878

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Uddin Khan, Borhan and Alam, Jobair (2024) Development of International Human Rights Law after the UDHR. In: Human Rights after 75 Years of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: Reflections from the Global South. Brill. (In Press)

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