This important series, organized by theme, constitutes an essential new resource in the field of Human Rights Law. Each volume is edited by a distinguished expert in the field, and includes the key publications which illustrate the various complexities within the relevant topic. The selections are explained by their editors in informative introductions to each volume. Volumes within the series address major sub-topics within Human Rights Law such as Human Rights and the Environment, Vulnerable and Marginalized Groups, Gender Issues, Terrorism and Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. The series will be of enormous value to human rights scholars, researchers, lawyers and activists.