Human Rights Review is an interdisciplinary journal which provides a scholarly forum in which human rights issues and their underlying empirical, theoretical and philosophical foundations are explored. The journal seeks to place human rights practices and policies within a theoretical perspective in order to link empirical research to broader human rights issues. Human Rights Review welcomes submissions from all academic areas in order to foster a wide-ranging dialogue on issues of concern to both the academic and the policy-making communities. The journal is receptive to submissions drawing from diverse methodologies and approaches including case studies, quantitative analysis, legal scholarship and philosophical discourse in order to provide a comprehensive discussion concerning human rights issues.
- Explores the empirical, theoretical and philosophical foundations of human rights
Addresses scholarly, pedagogical and policy-making issues involving human rights
Publishes articles and essays from all academic areas
Provides a forum for dialogue on human rights issues which are in need of reassessment and issue areas that are on the agenda of current policymaking debates
- Steven D. Roper
- Publishing model
- Hybrid. Open Choice – What is this?
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