Perspectives on Human Rights
Perspectives on Human Rights is a collection of essays, working papers, and research on current issues in human rights with implications for law and policy.
Number 10, July 2023
David Tolbert, From Nuremberg to Ukraine—Accountability for Mass Atrocities.
Number 9, June 2022
Diann Rust-Tierney, Race, the Death Penalty, and the Foundations of American Democracy.
Number 8, June 2021
Elisa Massimino, Chutzpah and Humility: Twin Virtues for Changing the World.
Number 7, June 2021
Hina Jilani, The Right to Defend Human Rights and the Protection of Human Rights Defenders.
Number 6, August 2018
Sarah J. Diaz, Parent-Child Border Separations Violate International Law: Why it matters and what can be done to protect children and families.
Number 5, July 2018
Stephen J. Rapp, Bridging The Hague-Geneva Divide: Strengthening the Capacity of Human Rights Inquiries to Collect and Preserve Evidence of Legal Responsibility.
Number 4, June 2018
François Crépeau, Mobility and Diversity: New Horizons for Human Rights.
Number 3, January 2017
Eric Rosenthal, A Mandate to End Placement of Children in Institutions and Orphanages: The Duty of Governments and Donors to Prevent Segregation and Torture.
Number 2, May 2016
Maria Woltjen and Jennifer Nagda, Framework for Considering the Best Interests of Unaccompanied Children.
Number 1, November 2014
Bela Kapur, 5 Stations on the Way to Damascus: Protecting Human Rights During and After Conflict.