10th December 2014 is the 66th Human Rights Day. This day marks the UN General Assembly’s adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948.
In recognition of Human Rights Day, we have put together a selection of human rights related content, including journal articles, books, and online products, from several disciplines. All journal articles are free to access online until May 2015.
Explore our free Journals articles on Human Rights Day by browsing from the selection below.
|Journal of International Criminal Justice||Statute Law Review|
|Ghosts Also Die: Resisting Disappearance through the ‘Right to the Truth’ and the Juicios por la Verdad in Argentina
The Eichmann Trial: Towards a Jurisprudence of Eyewitness Testimony of Atrocities
|The Human Rights Act 1998—Future Prospects
Ronagh J.A. McQuigg
Declarations of Incompatibility Under the ECHR Act 2003: A Workable Transplant?
Fiona de Londras
|International Journal of Refugee Law||Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies|
|Strengthening the Protection of Migrants and Refugees in Distress at Sea through International Cooperation and Burden-Sharing
Filling the Gaps? Subsidiary Protection and Non-EU Harmonized Protection Status(es) in the Nordic Countries
|Book Symposium on Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen’s Born Free and Equal?|
|Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies||London Review of International Law|
|Book Symposium on John Finnis’ Human Rights and the Common Good||Beyond redemption? Problematising the critique of human rights in contemporary international legal thought
The locations of homophobia
|African Affairs||Journal of Refugee Studies|
|Policing, state power, and the transition from apartheid to democracy: A new perspective
Becoming indigenous in the pursuit of justice: The African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights and the Endorois
|Social Policy or Reparative Justice? Challenges for Reparations in Contexts of Massive Displacement and Related Serious Human Rights Violations
Luis Eduardo Pérez Murcia
Durable Solutions as Reparation for the Unjust Harms of Displacement: Who Owes What to Refugees?
|Refugee Survey Quarterly||Human Rights Law Review|
|Complicity, Exclusion, and the “Unworthy” in Refugee Law
Satvinder Singh Juss
Readmission Agreements and Refugee Rights: From a Critique to a Proposal
|Financial Institutions and Human Rights
Dr Mary Dowell-Jones
A Human Right to Access the Internet? Problems and Prospects
|International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family||International Journal of Transitional Justice|
|Child Marriage, Society and the Law: A Study in a Rural Context in West Bengal, India
Conscientious Objection to Performing Same-Sex Marriage in South Africa
|‘Never Again’: Transitional Justice and Persistent Police Violence in Argentina
Michelle D. Bonner
International Insurance? Democratic Consolidation and Support for International Human Rights Regimes
Simon Zschirnt and Mark Menaldo
|Journal of Conflict and Security Law||Journal of Human Rights Practice|
|The UN Human Rights Due Diligence Policy: An Effective Mechanism against Complicity of Peacekeeping Forces?
Helmut Philipp Aust
Human Rights as Limits for the Security Council: A Matter of Substantive Law or Defining the Application of Proportionality?
|A Research Agenda for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders
Alice M. Nah, Karen Bennett, Danna Ingleton and James Savage
Reconciliation and Human Rights in Northern Ireland: A False Dichotomy?
Maggie Beirne and Colin Knox
Emotions, Encounters and Expectations: The Uncertain Ethics of ‘The Field’
|Oxford Journal of Legal Studies||European Journal of International Law|
|Legal Pluralism and International Human Rights Law: Inherently Incompatible, Mutually Reinforcing or Something in Between?
Human Rights Histories
|UN Immunity or Impunity? A Human Rights Based Challenge
The Tower of Babel: Human Rights and the Paradox of Language
Roger Hood and Carolyn Hoyle
Edited by Dinah Shelton
Ben Saul, David Kinley, and Jaqueline Mowbray
Edited by Andrew Clapham and Paola Gaeta
Edited by Mark Goodale
Edited by David Jenkins, Amanda Jacobsen, and Anders Henriksen
Edited by Christopher S. Gibson, Edited by Trevor M. Rajah, and Edited by Timothy J. Feighery
Prof. Ruti G. Teitel
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