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Click here to read highly cited articles from the journal. It has organized 11 conferences in 7 different countries in Europe with more than 3000 scholars all around the world. How do we furnish evidence of experiences of humiliation when ocular or aural techniques of knowing and telling make suffering illegible in the legal languages of evidence? The main application period is from November to March, to begin study in the following October.

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