- Section Two Introduction: Claims, Claimants and Conflicts
This section of Human Rights Dialogue: Cultural Rights (Spring 2005) focuses on the political contexts within which cultural rights claims are asserted, and how these contexts affect the articulation of cultural rights with regard to other human rights.
- Women's Rights As Cultural Rights: The Case Of The Irish Travellers
Traveller women in Ireland are at the forefront of efforts to promote the cultural rights of their people.
- A Chinese Lesson On Cultural Rights
Xiaorong Li argues that while the Chinese Government may claim to protect the cultural rights of its people, its record suggests otherwise, and represents a failure to recognize the indivisibility of human rights.
- Cultural Rights In The Age Of The 'War On Terror'
Kristen Ghodsee and Christian Filipov demonstrate the effects of tensions introduced into national Bulgarian politics by the requirements of participation in the European Union and of cooperation with the U.S. war on terror upon the cultural rights of Slavic Muslim Pomaks.
- When Rites Are Rights: Cultural Challenges To Marriage Laws
Alison Dundes Renteln explores the role of culture in the legal recognition of marriage in the United States and elsewhere, demonstrating how legal definitions of marriage often make it difficult to recognize marital bonds for minority cultures.