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Young Offenders' Right to Integration post Human Rights Act 1998: Work as punishment, rehabilitation and enabler
(Jura Gentium - Centre for Philosophy of International Law and Global Politics, 2017-07-17)
A combination of international children's rights instruments and regional human rights protection framework has ensured the protection of children in custody. Whilst the United Kingdom has ratified the Convention on the ...
Reconsidering the Good Samaritan: A Duty to Rescue?
(University College Wales, 2008)
(SLS Legal Publications, 2004)
Punishability and the Restriction of Interests
(Probation Quarterly, 2018-03-08)
This short article develops two themes which run throughout Rob Canton's recent monograph Why Punish? - the concept of 'punishability' and that punishment, however justified, constitutes an interference with an individual's ...
The Banality of Punishment: Context Specificity and Justifying Punishment of Extraordinary Crimes
(Sandstone Academic Press, 2010)
The retrospective effect of section 6 of the Human Rights Act 1998
(Pageant Publishing, 2002-10)
Resolution through devolution: Policing, youth justice and imprisonment in Wales.
(On-line journal hosted by SOLON, 2009-03)
Statutory exceptions, burdens of proof and the Human Rights Act 1998
(Modern Law Review, 2002-05-01)
The Home Office, the Prison Service and the recalculation of release dates for multiple offenders.
(Queens University Belfast School of Law, 1998)