Denver Journal of International Law and Policy – Volume 50:2

The Denver Journal of International Law and Policy is excited to present Volume 50:2. 50:2 is a special issue focused on international human rights law. We would like to thank Sturm College of Law, The Nanda Center, Professors Ved Nanda and Annecoos Wiersema, the incredible authors featured in this Issue, and our dedicated and hardworking DJILP Staff. Purchase for … Read more

Every 66 Hours. Dead or Disappeared. A Colonial Gendered Lens on Genocide: Case Study on Canada’s Genocide Against Indigenous Women, Girls, and 2SLGBTQQIA People

Genocide is happening today, and it will be happening tomorrow. It is not yet time to tell volunteers to stop dredging the Red River for dead bodies of Indigenous women and girls nor time for red dresses to stop being hung on the Highway of Tears. There are dead bodies in the water. There are … Read more