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Post-Windsor Progress

Post-Windsor Progress

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U.S. Prospects for Ratification as MLC, 2006 Enters into Force

U.S. Prospects for Ratification as MLC, 2006 Enters into Force

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Impending Change for China’s One-Child Policy?

Impending Change for China’s One-Child Policy?

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Chong Chon Gang Saga Encouraging More International Scrutiny of DPRK

Chong Chon Gang Saga Encouraging More International Scrutiny of DPRK

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On the Establishment of the White House Council on Native American Affairs

On the Establishment of the White House Council on Native American Affairs

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Indonesian Haze Raising Regional Human Rights Questions

Indonesian Haze Raising Regional Human Rights Questions

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Of Human Rights and Robots

Of Human Rights and Robots

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Reducing “Food-prints” on World Environmental Day

Reducing “Food-prints” on World Environmental Day

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Considering Seafarers’ Right to Communicate

Considering Seafarers’ Right to Communicate

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Kiobel: Repositioning the Yet Ajar Door to U.S. Human Rights Litigation

Kiobel: Repositioning the Yet Ajar Door to U.S. Human Rights Litigation

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Will the DPRK’s Increased Militarism Unify the International Human Rights Approach?

Will the DPRK’s Increased Militarism Unify the International Human Rights Approach?

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Telecommuting as a Human Rights Approach

Telecommuting as a Human Rights Approach

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New Pope, New Human Rights Agenda?

New Pope, New Human Rights Agenda?

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IACHR’s Mandate Under Fire

IACHR’s Mandate Under Fire

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Competing Rights: The GMO Debate

Competing Rights: The GMO Debate

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About the Author

Marc Gorrie
Marc Gorrie

Marc C. Gorrie holds a BA from Sarah Lawrence College, a JD from Indiana University Maurer School of Law – Bloomington, and an LLM in international human rights law with a specialization in international labor rights law from Lund University (Sweden). He is a port welfare worker and ship visitor for the Seamen's Church Institute in Ports Newark and Elizabeth, NJ, where he also collaborates on an educational program on the Maritime Labour Convention directed at port chaplains and welfare workers. He recently contributed to an EU project on legal education and law school curricula in the Gambia, and has held a research fellowship in legal ethics, lectured on federal Indian law and American legal ethics, and worked as a disability advocate.

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