UCL Human Rights Review
Now part of the UCL Journal of Law and Jurisprudence, the Human Rights Review was a cutting edge journal produced under the supervision of the Institute which published high quality articles in a range of disciplines relevant to human rights issues. These included law, political science, philosophy, international relations, and other relevant social and natural sciences.
Previous editions of the Review can be found below. For all future human rights articles please visit the UCL Journal of Law and Jurisprudence website.
Archive of Publications
- 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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