UCL Human Rights Review
The Institute oversees the production of the Human Rights Review. The Review is a cutting edge journal publishing high quality articles in a range of disciplines relevant to human rights issues. These include law, political science, philosophy, international relations, and other relevant social and natural sciences.
- Steven Greer - The Interpretation of the European Convention on Human Rights: Universal Principle or Margin of Appreciation?
- Geoffrey Robertson QC - Human Rights Fact-Finding: Some Legal and Ethical Dilemmas
- Paul Harris SC - The Right to Demonstrate
- Ben Saul - Waiting for Dignity in Australia: Migrant Rights to Social Security and Disability Support under International Human Rights Law
- Andrew Tock - The Dark Side of the Dunes: The Plight of Migrant Labourers in the United Arab Emirates,Relative to International Standards Protecting the Rights of Migrant Workers
- Gaetano Pentassuglia - Indigenous Groups and the Developing Jurisprudence of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights: Some Reflections
- Hannah Klein Slarks - Where Human Rights Law and Development Politics Meet: Housing Rights in South Africa
- Robin Ramcharan - ASEAN’s Human Rights Commission: Policy Considerations for Enhancing its Capacity to Protect Human Rights
- Jocelyn Richard - Women in Northern Pakistan - Protected by Tribe, Territory or Taliban?
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