Publications

Selected publications by our staff

Below is a sample selection of the publications by our Human Rights Centre staff. See the individual academic staff profiles for full lists of the publications by our staff or search our research repository.

  • Recent books

    Book cover image of Human Rights and Cultural Diversity: Core Issues and Cases

    Human Rights and Cultural Diversity: Core Issues and Cases
    Andrew Fagan, Edinburgh University Press, February 2017

    A student guide to reconciling human rights with cultural difference, using political philosophy and real-life case studies.

    How can universal human rights be reconciled with respect for wide cultural differences? This textbook introduces the core issues for students and addresses them through an interdisciplinary analysis of key case studies. Throughout the book, an alternative philosophical framework is offered as a model through which universalism and difference can be reconciled into a single global vision.

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    Launching of The Practitioners Guide to Human Rights Law in Armed Conflict
    Daragh Murray. Consultant Editors: Elizabeth Wilmshurst, Francoise Hampson, Charles Garraway, Noam Lubell, and Dapo Akande, Oxford University Press, January 2017

    The British government recently announced that it will protect its armed forces by 'introducing a presumption to derogate from the European Convention on Human Rights'. There has never been greater need for guidance on the relationship between international human rights law and international humanitarian law. While this subject has been dealt with extensively in academic literature, there has been little guidance from a practical viewpoint: which human rights provisions apply, in what situations do they apply, and how do they relate in practice to the application of the law of armed conflict?

    Arab National Media and Political Change
    Fatima El-Issawi, Palgrave Macmillan US, 2016

    This book examines the evolution of national Arab media and its interplay with political change, particularly in emerging democracies in the context of the Arab uprisings. Investigated from a journalistic perspective, this research addresses the role played by traditional national media in consolidating emerging democracies or in exacerbating their fragility within new political contexts. Also analyzed are the ways journalists report about politics and transformations of these media industries, drawing on the international experiences of media in transitional societies. This study builds on a field investigation led by the author and conducted within the project “Arab Revolutions: Media Revolutions,” covering Libya, Tunisia, and Egypt.

    Human Rights Obligations of Non-State Armed Groups

    Human Rights Obligations of Non-State Armed Groups
    Daragh Murray, Hart Publishing, March 2016

    This book is concerned with the international regulation of non-State armed groups. Specifically, it examines the possibility of subjecting armed groups to international human rights law obligations. First addressed is the means by which armed groups may be bound by international law. Of particular interest is the de facto control theory and the possibility that international law may be applied in the absence of direct treaty regulation. Application of this theory is dependent upon an armed group’s establishment of an independent existence, as demonstrated by the displacement of State authority. As such, armed groups are treated as a vertical authority, maintaining the established hierarchy of international regulation. At issue is not a radical approach to the regulation of non-State actors, but rather a modification of the traditional means of application in response to the reality of the situation.

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    Cinema of the Dark Side: Atrocity and the Ethics of Film Spectatorship
    Shohini Chaudhuri, Edinburgh University Press, 2014

    Covering a diverse spectrum of 21st century cinema, Cinema of the Dark Side deals with documentary or fictional representations of atrocity such as state-sanctioned torture, genocide, enforced disappearance, deportation, and apartheid. Investigating cinema's ethical potential, the book argues that while films help to create and confirm normative perceptions about atrocities, they also disrupt those perceptions and build alternatives.

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    Freedom of Expression and the Media
    Merris Amos, Jackie Harrison and Lorna Woods eds., Martinus Nijhoff, 2012

    This book is concerned with justifications for freedom of expression as they affect the contemporary media, the practice of journalism and why imposed constraints and the extent of the freedoms attached to freedom of expression are managed, and why they may or may not be ultimately regarded as legitimate or not legitimate.


    Book cover image of Language, Ideology, and the Human: New Interventions

    Language, Ideology, and the Human: New Interventions
    Sanja Bahun and Dusan Radunovic eds., Ashgate, 2012

    Offering reflections on the status, discursive possibilities, and political, ideological and practical uses of oral or written word in both contemporary society and the work of previous thinkers, this book traverses South African courts, British clinics, language schools in East Timor, prison cells, cinemas, literary criticism textbooks and philosophical treatises in order to forge a new, diversified perspective on language, ideology, and what it means to be human.

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      		First Century

    Mediating Faiths: Religion and Socio-Cultural Change in the Twenty First Century
    Michael Bailey and Guy Redden eds., Ashgate, 2011

    Contributors illustrate how religion continues to be responsive to the very latest social and cultural developments in the environments in which it exists.

    They raise fundamental questions concerning new media and religious expression, religious youth cultures, the links between spirituality, personal development and consumer culture, and contemporary intersections of religion, identity and politics.

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    The Assault on Universities: A Manifesto for Resistance
    Michael Bailey and Des Freedman eds.,

    With funding cuts well under way and many institutions already promising to charge the maximum £9,000 yearly tuition fee, university education for the majority is under threat.

    This book exposes the true motives behind the government's programme and provides the analytical tools to fight it.




    Book cover image of Economic Policy and Human Rights: Holding Governments to Account

    Economic Policy and Human Rights: Holding Governments to Account
    Radhika Balakrishnan and Diane Elson eds., Zed Books, 2011

    Presents a powerful critique of three decades of neoliberal economic policies, assessed from the perspective of human rights norms. In doing so, it brings together two areas of thought and action that have hitherto been separate: progressive economics concerned with promoting economic justice and human development; and human rights analysis and advocacy.


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    Women’s and Children’s Health: Evidence and Impact of Human Rights
    Flavia Bustreo, Paul Hunt and others, WHO, 2013

    This report demonstrates plausible evidence that a human rights-based approach contributes to health improvements for women and children. It shows that the constitutional and international right to health can be translated into improved health services and health status through laws, policies and programmes that are explicitly shaped by health rights principles, such as accessibility, quality, participation and accountability.

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      		Spaces of Andean Life

    Intimate Indigeneities: Race, Sex and History in the Small Spaces of Andean Life
    Andrew Canessa, Duke University Press, 2012

    Drawing on extended ethnographic research conducted over the course of more than two decades, Andrew Canessa explores the multiple identities of a community of people in the Bolivian highlands through their own lived experiences and voices.




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    Criminology: A Sociological Introduction
    Eamonn Carrabine, Pamela Cox, Nigel South, Jackie Turton, Dick Hobbs, Pete Fessey and Darren Thiel, Routledge, 2014

    Offers a comprehensive overview of the study of criminology, from early theoretical perspectives to pressing contemporary issues such as the globalisation of crime, crimes against the environment and state crime.


    Book cover image of Researching Crime: Approaches, Methods and Application

    Researching Crime: Approaches, Methods and Application
    Chris Crowther-Dowey and Pete Fussey, Palgrave MacMillan, 2013

    Using clear examples of research problems and possibilities, this book shows students how to design and do their own criminological research. Each chapter integrates research theory and practice as the text explains a variety of methods in undergraduate and professional contexts. It is the ideal resource for all students researching crime.


    Book cover image of Human Rights: Confronting Myths and Misunderstandings

    Human Rights: Confronting Myths and Misunderstandings
    Andrew Fagan, Edward Eldgar, 2011

    Offers both an introduction to and a critical analysis of enduring themes and issues in the contemporary theory and practice of human rights. Discussion cuts across academic boundaries in an attempt to defend human rights against those who have come to expect too much and those who expect too little from human rights.


    Book cover image of The Atlas of Human Rights: Mapping Violations of Freedom Worldwide

    The Atlas of Human Rights: Mapping Violations of Freedom Worldwide
    Andrew Fagan, Earthscan Atlas Series, 2010

    In the post-9/11 world, governments are using the threat of terrorism to justify tightening national security and restricting basic human rights. This timely book addresses the implications of this trend, revealing human rights inequities from nation to nation and the consequences of these inequities worldwide. Inspired by the United Nations' Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Andrew Fagan considers the nature of the state, national identity, and citizenship.

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    Real Social Science: Applied Phronesis
    Bent Flyvbjerg, Todd Landman and Scanford Schram eds., Cambridge University Press, 2012

    Presents a new, hands-on approach to social inquiry. The theoretical and methodological ideas behind the book, inspired by Aristotelian phronesis, represent an original perspective within the social sciences, and this volume gives readers for the first time a set of studies exemplifying what applied phronesis looks like in practice. The reflexive analysis of values and power gives new meaning to the impact of research on policy and practice. Real Social Science is a major step forward in a novel and thriving field of research.

    Book cover image of Human Rights: An Interdisciplinary Approach

    Human Rights: An Interdisciplinary Approach
    Michael Freeman, Polity Press, 2011, 2nd ed.

    This book is an introductory text that is both innovative and challenging. It invites students to think conceptually about one of the most important and influential political concepts of our time. In this unique interdisciplinary approach, Michael Freeman emphasises the complex ways in which the experiences of the victims of human rights violations are related to legal, philosophical and social-scientific approaches to human rights.

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      		Developing Standards of Transparency, Participation and Accountability

    The World Bank, Asian Development Bank and Human Rights: Developing Standards of Transparency, Participation and Accountability
    Sanae Fujita, Edwar Elgar, 2013

    This unique book contains valuable and deeply insightful information drawn from extensive face-to-face interviews with relevant actors, including key personnel from both banks, consultants to the banks and members of civil society organisations. It expands the scope of research/discussion on the human rights obligation of International financial institutions that will prove insightful for both academics and students.

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      		Sir Nigel Rodley

    The Delivery of Human Rights: Essays in Honour of Professor Sir Nigel Rodley
    Geoff Gilbert, Francoise Hampson and Clara Sandoval eds., Taylor and Francis, 2010

    Reflects on two overlapping issues in international human rights law: how can existing norms be better implemented and effected, and how can other branches of international law or other international actors be used so as to provide an improved delivery of those norms. Rather than simply looking at the content of the rights, this book will also explore how the framers’ intention that individuals benefit from the norms can be achieved.

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      		Professor Kevin Boyle

    Strategic Visions for Human Rights: Essays in Honour of Professor Kevin Boyle
    Geoff Gilbert, Francoise Hampson and Clara Sandoval eds., Routledge, 2010

    Strategic Visions for Human Rights takes a multi-disciplinary approach to future directions for human rights. It looks beyond what international human rights treaties have established and considers the context in which rights in the twenty-first century might develop. The book examines how international law might be utilized to protect groups rather than just individual members of the group and questions the liberal positivist approach to international law that provides the framework for human rights norms.

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    Human Rights and Democracy: The Precarious Triumph of Ideals
    Todd Landman, Bloomsbury, 2013

    The twentieth century has been described as the bloodiest in human history, but it was also the century in which people around the world embraced ideas of democracy and human rights as never before, constructing social, political and legal institutions seeking to contain human behaviour. Todd Landman offers an optimistic, yet cautionary tale of these developments, drawing on the literature, from politics, international relations and international law.

    Book cover image of Public Law: Text, Cases, and Materials

    Public Law: Text, Cases, and Materials
    Andrew Le Sueur, Maurice Sunkin and Jo Murkens, Oxford University Press, 2nd edition, 2013

    Three of the subject's foremost scholars provide you with clear and insightful commentary on the key institutions, legal principles and conventions, and blend this with a carefully selected and diverse range of materials and case studies. You'll acquire both a thorough knowledge of public law and practice, and an understanding of the theoretical and political debates in this fascinating and dynamic field of law.

    Extraterritorial Use of Force Against Non-State Actors

    Extraterritorial Use of Force Against Non-State Actors
    Noam Lubell, Oxford University Press, 2010

    This book analyses the primary relevant rules of international law applicable to extra-territorial use of force by states against non-state actors. Three frameworks of international law are examined in detail. These are the United Nations Charter and framework of international law regulating the resort to force in the territory of other states; the law of armed conflict, often referred to as international humanitarian law; and the law enforcement framework found in international human rights law.

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    Human rights and Social Theory
    Lydia Morris, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013

    This book examines the contribution social theory can make to understanding different human rights which operate in a variety of settings. Including an introduction to the theoretical issues raised by the study of rights, it covers a range of individual and collective rights, illuminating the relationship between social theory and human rights.


    Book cover image of Asylum, Welfare and the Cosmopolitan: A Sociology of Rights

    Asylum, Welfare and the Cosmopolitan: A Sociology of Rights
    Lydia Morris, Routledge, 2010

    Puts forward the argument that rights must be understood as part of a social process: a terrain for strategies of inclusion and exclusion but also of contestation and negotiation. Engaging debate about how ‘cosmopolitan’ principles and practices may be transforming national sovereignty, Lydia Morris explores this premise through a case study of legal activism, civil society mobilisation, and judicial decision-making.

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      		peoples and the attack on cultural diversity

    A world you do not know: settler societies, indigenous peoples and the attack on cultural diversity
    Colin Samson, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, 2013

    Explores the wilful ignorance demonstrated by North America's settlers in establishing their societies on lands already occupied by indigenous nations. Using the Innu of Labrador-Quebec as one powerful contemporary example, Colin Samson shows how the processes of displacement and assimilation today resemble those of the nineteenth century as the state and corporations scramble for Innu lands.

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    The Routledge Handbook of International Human Rights Law
    Scott Sheeran and Sir Nigel Rodley eds, Routledge

    Provides the definitive global survey of the discipline of international human rights law. Each chapter is written by a leading expert and provides a contemporary overview of a significant area within the field.



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      		Harm, Consumerism, And Resistance to Ecocide (New Directions in Critical Criminology)

    Green Culture Criminology: Constructions of Environmental Harm, Consumerism, And Resistance to Ecocide (New Directions in Critical Criminology)
    Nigel South and Avi Brisman,

    This book moves towards articulating a green cultural criminological perspective, examining existing overlapping research and offering a platform to support future excursions by green criminologists into cultural criminology’s concern with media images and representations, consumerism and consumption, and resistance.


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    Routledge International Handbook of Green Criminology
    Nigel South and Avi Brisman

    Academic and general interest in environmental crimes, harms, and threats, as well as in environmental legislation and regulation, has grown sharply in recent years. This book is the most in-depth and comprehensive volume on these issues to date.




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    Steiner and Woods EU Law
    Lorna Woods and Philippa Watson, Oxford University Press, 2012

    Now in its eleventh edition, this book is rightfully regarded as one of the best and most trusted EU law textbooks available. The book includes a well-balanced range of topics for students taking undergraduate courses on EU law.




  • Forthcoming books


    • Michael Freeman, Human Rights: An Interdisciplinary Approach (Polity Press, Spring 2017).
    • Daragh Murray, (eds. Elizabeth Wilmshurst, Charles Garraway, Noam Lubell, Francoise Hampson, Dapo Akande) Practitioner’s Guide to Human Rights Law in Armed Conflict (OUP, 2016)
    • Noam Lubell and Sir Michael Wood eds., Aggression and the Use of Force in International Law (Oxford University Press, 2016)
    • Aoife Daly, The Rights to be Heard: Implementing the International Law Right of Children in Proceedings Affecting Them (Ashgate, 2014)
    • Yseult Marique, Public-Private Partnerships and the Law: Regulation, Institutions and Community (Edward Elgar, 2014)
    • Linsey McGoey ed., An Introduction to the Sociology of Ignorance: Essays on the Limits of Knowing (Routledge, 2014)
    • Steve Peers, Tamara Hervey, Jeff Kenner, Angela Ward eds., Commentary on the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights (Hart, 2014)
    • Steve Peers and Catherine Barnard eds., European Union Law (Oxford University Press, 2014)
    • Steve Peers, Elspeth Guild and Jonathan Tomkin Commentary on the EU Citizenship Directive (Oxford University Press, 2014)

  • Recent journal articles


    • Michael Bailey, The Wretched of the Earth? Rethinking the ‘Raggedy Proletarian’ in the Films of Penny Woolcock (2013) Journal of British Cinema and Television
    • S. Böhm, Misoczky, M.C. and Moog, S., Greening Capitalism? A Marxist Critique of Carbon Markets (2012) 33 Organization Studies
    • S. Böhm and C. Land, The new ‘hidden abode’: reflections on value and labour in the new economy (2012) 60 The Sociological Review
    • S. Böhm and S. Dabhi, Falut lines in climate policy: what role for carbon markets? (2011) 11 Climate Policy
    • Andrew Canessa, Conflict Claim and Contradiction in New Indigenous State of Boivia (2014) Critique of Anthropology
    • Andrew Canessa, New Indigenous Citizenship in Bolivia: Challenging the Liberal Model of the State and its Subjects (2012) 7 Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies
    • Eamonn Carrabine, Just Images: Aesthetics, Ethics and Visual Criminology (2012) 52 British Journal of Criminology
    • Eamonn Carrabine, The Iconography of Punishment: Execution Prints and the Death Penalty (2011) 50 Howard Journal of Criminal Justice
    • Eamonn Carrabine, Images of Torture: Culture, Politics and Power (2011) 7 Crime, Media, Culture
    • Shohini Chaudhuri, Documenting the Dark Side: Torture and the "War on Terror" in Zero Dark Thirty, Taxi to the Dark Side, and Standard Operating Procedure (2013) 37 Screening the Past
    • Pamela Cox, Marginal mothers, reproductive autonomy and repeat losses to care (2012) 39 Journal of Law and Society
    • Pamela Cox, History and global criminology: (re)inventing delinquency in the new Vietnam (2011) 52 British Journal of Criminology
    • Pamela Cox, Juvenile justice reform and policy convergence in the new Vietnam (2010) 10 Youth Justice: An International Journal
    • Aoife Daly, Ignoring Reality: Children and Civil Partnership in Ireland (2011) 14 Irish Journal of Family Law
    • Aoife Daly, The Right of Children to be Heard and the Emerging Law of the European Convention on Human Rights (2011) 15 International Journal of Human Rights
    • W. Davies and L. McGoey, Rationalities of Ignorance: On financial crisis and the ambivalence of neo-liberal epistemology (2012) 41 Economy and Society
    • Sanae Fujita, The challenges of mainstreaming human rights in the World Bank (2011) 15 The International Journal of Human Rights
    • Pete Fussey, Contested Topologies of UK Counter-Terrorist Surveillance: The Rise and Fall of Project Champion (2013) 6 Critical Studies on Terrorism
    • Pete Fussey, Eternal return? Social Science Perspective of ‘Upstream’ Terrorist Activities (2013) 28 Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology
    • Francoise Hampson, Direct participation in hostilities and the interoperability of the laws of armed conflict and human rights law (2011) 87 International Law Studies
    • Geoff Gilbert, Jurisdiction and Protection - a natural consequence of refuge?, (2014) 12 Journal of International Criminal Justice
    • Geoff Gilbert, International Criminal Law is not a Panacea - Why Proposed Climate Change ‘Crimes’ Are Just Another Passenger on an Overcrowded Bandwagon (2014) 14 International Criminal Law Review
    • Geoff Gilbert, The Protection of Minority Rights under the ECHR: is a Protocol Needed? (2013) 10 European Yearbook of Minority Issues
    • Geoff Gilbert (with Clara Sandoval), Cross-Border Conflict and International Law (January 2011) 22 Accord: an International Review of Peace Initiatives
    • Geoff Gilbert, The Contribution of the European Court of Human Rights to the Promotion of the Effective Participation of National Minorities: Groping in the Dark for Something that Might Not Be There, (January 2010) 16:4 International Journal of Minority and Group Rights
    • Karen Hulme, Taking care to protect the environment: A meaningless obligation? (2010) 92 International Review of the Red Cross
    • Timo Jutten, Habermas and Markets (2013) 20 Constellations
    • Timo Jutten, Adorno on Kant, Freedom and Determinism (2012) European Journal of Philosophy
    • Timo Jutten, The Colonization Thesis: Habermas on Reification (2011) International Journal of Philosophical Studies
    • Todd Landman, David Kernohan and Anita Gohdes, Relativising Human Rights (2012) 11 Journal of Human Rights,
    • Sheldon Leader, Legal Theory and the Encounter with Civil Law (2011) Journal of Civil Law Studies
    • Matt Lodder, The Myth of the Modern Primitive (2011) 30 European Journal of American Culture
    • Noam Lubell, Lawful Targets in Cyber Operations: Does the Principle of Distinction Apply? (2013) 89 International Law Studies
    • Noam Lubell and Nathan Derejko, The Global Battlefield: Drones and the Geographical Extension of Armed Conflict (2013) 11 Journal of International Criminal Justice
    • Wayne Martin, Hegel and the Philosophy of Food (2010) 7 Journal of Moral Philosophy
    • Linsey McGoey, Philanthrocapitalism and its critics (2012) 40 Poetics
    • Lorna McGregor, Applying the Definition of Torture to the Acts of Non-State Actors: the Case of Trafficking in Human Beings (2014) Human Rights Quarterly
    • Lorna McGregor, State Immunity and Human Rights: Is there a Future after Germany v. Italy? (2013) 11 Journal of International Criminal Justice
    • Frances Millard, Electoral-System Change in Latvia and the Elections of 2010 (2011) 44 Communist and Post-Communist Studies
    • Frances Millard, Rights Transmission by Mimesis: the Biomedicine Convention in Central Europe (2010) 9 Journal of Human Rights
    • L.D. Morris, Understanding torture: the strengths and limits of social theory (2012) 16 International Journal of Human Rights
    • L.D. Morris, Rights, recognition and judgment: reflections on the case of welfare and asylum (2012) 14 British Journal of Politics and International Relations
    • L.D. Morris, Cosmopolitanism – Beyond the beautiful idea, (2013) 20, 2 Irish Journal of Sociology
    • M. Nocker and M. Junaid, Poetics of Identity: On entrepreneurial selves of Afghan Migrants in Pakistan (2011) 9 Tamara Journal for Critical Organizational Inquiry
    • Ellie Palmer, Mechanisms of Health Care Accountability Marketisation and the Elusive State (2011) 11 Medical Law International
    • Ellie Palmer, The Child Poverty Act 2010: Holding government to account for promises in a recessionary climate (2010) European Human Rights Law Review
    • Colin Samson (with Liz Cassell), The long reach of frontier justice: Canadian land claims ‘negotiation’ strategies as human rights violations (2013) 17, 1 International Journal of Human Rights
    • Sanford Schram, Bent Flyvbjerg and Todd Landman, Political Political Science: A Phronetic Approach (2013) 35 New Political Science
    • Scott Sheeran, Reconceptualizing States of Emergency under International Human Rights Law: Theory, Doctrine and Practice (2013) Michigan Journal of International Law
    • Scott Sheeran, International Law, Peace Agreements and Self-Determination: The Case of the Sudan (2011) 60 International and Comparative Law Quarterly
    • Prem Sikka and Hugh Willmott, The Tax Avoidance Industry: Accountancy Firms on the Make (2013) 9 Critical Perspectives on International Business
    • Prem Sikka, Smoke and mirrors: Corporate social responsibility and tax avoidance – a reply to Hasseldine and Morris (2013) 37 Accounting Forum
    • Prem Sikka, Accounting for human rights: The challenge of globalization and foreign investment agreements (2011) 22 Critical Perspectives on Accounting
    • Maurice Sunkin and Sarah Nason, The Regionalisation of Judicial Review: Constitutional Authority, Access to Justice and Specialisation of Legal Services in Public Law (2013) 76 Modern Law Review
    • Jackie Turton, Female sexual abusers: assessing the risk (2011) 38 International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice
    • Lorna Woods, Beyond Murphy, Films and Football: Audiovisual Content in Europe (2012) 4 Journal of Media Law

  • Contributions to edited volumes


    • J. Bueno de Mesquita, Maternal Mortality and Human Rights: From Theory to Implementation in Law and Global Health – Current Legal Issues (Oxford University Press, 2013, M. Freeman and S. Hawkes, eds.)
    • J. Bueno de Mesquite and G. Backman, The Right to the Highest Attainable Standard of Health in Mental Health and Human Rights (Oxford University Press, 2012, M. Dudley et al eds.)
    • Shohini Chaudhuri, Unpeople: Postcolonial Reflections on Terror, Torture and Detention in Children of Men in Postcolonial Cinema Studies (Routledge, 2012, S. Ponzanesi and M. Waller eds.)
    • Shohini Chaudhuri and Sue Clayton, Clouds of Unknowing: Buddhism and Bhutanese Cinema in Storytelling in World Cinemas: Contexts (Columbia University Press, 2013, L. Khatib ed.)
    • Aoife Daly, Under-18s and the Right to Vote in The Challenge of Human Rights: Past, Present and Future (Edward Elgar, 2012, D. Keane and Y. McDermott eds.)
    • Geoff Gilbert, Exclusion is Not Just about Saying ‘No’: Taking Exclusion Seriously in Complex Conflicts in Refuge from Inhumanity (Martinus Nijhoff, 2014, Cantor and Durieux eds.)
    • Geoff Gilbert, Terrorism and International Refugee Law in Research Handbook on International Law and Terrorism (Edward Elgar 2014, Saul ed.)
    • Geoff Gilbert, Exclusion under Article 1F since 2001: two steps backwards, one step forward, in Research Handbook on International Law and Migration (EE 2014, Chetail & Bauloz eds.)
    • Geoff Gilbert, Hierarchies, Human Rights and Refugees, in Hierarchy in International Law - the Place of Human Rights (OUP 2012, de Wet and Vidmar eds.)
    • Geoff Gilbert, Implementing protection: what refugee law can learn from IDP law ... and vice ersa, in The Delivery of Human Rights (Taylor and Francis 2010, Gilbert, Hampson and Sandoval eds.)
    • Geoff Gilbert, Law and human rights rather than international human rights law, in Strategic Visions for Human Rights (Routledge 2010, Gilbert, Hampson and Sandoval eds.)
    • Geoff Gilbert, Running Scared Since 9/11: Refugees, UNHCR and the Purposive Approach to Treaty Interpretation, in Critical Issues in International Refugee Law: Strategies Toward Interpretative Harmony (Cambridge University Press 2010, Simeon ed.)
    • Karen Hulme, Weapons, in Research Handbook on International Conflict and Security Law: Jus Ad Bellum, Jus In Bello, And Jus Post Bellum (Edward Elgar, 2013, Henderson and White eds.)
    • Karen Hulme, International Humanitarian Law in International Law in the Era of Climate Change (Edward Elgar, 2012, Rayfuse and Scott eds.)
    • Andrew Le Sueur, Parliamentary Accountability and the Judicial System in Accountability in the Contemporary Constitution (Oxford University Press, 2013, N. Bamforth and P. Leyland eds.)
    • Andrew Le Sueur and Jack Simson Caird, The House of Lords Select Committee on the Constitution in Parliament and the Law (Hart, 2013, A. Horne, G. Drewry and D. Oliver eds.)
    • Noam Lubell, Imminence in an Uncertain World in The Prohibition on the Use of Force (Oxford University Press, 2013, M. Weller ed.
    • Lorna McGregor, Legal Routes to Restoring Individual Rights at Guantanamo Bay: The Effectiveness of Habeas Corpus Applications and Efforts to Obtain Diplomatic Protection in Human Security and Non-Citizens: Law, Policy and International Affairs (Cambridge University Press, 2010, A. Edwards and C. Ferstman eds.)
    • Frances Millard, The Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland in Developments in East Central European Politics 5 (Palgrave, 2013, S. White, J. Batt and P. G. Lewis eds.)
    • Eadaoin O’Brien, Forensic Science, international criminal law, and the duties toward persons killed in war in The Challenge of Human Rights: Past, Present and Future (Edward Elgar, 2012, D. Keane and Y. McDermott eds.)
    • - Colin Samson, ‘Dispossession and Canadian Land Claims: Genocidal Implications of the Innu Nation Land Claim,’ in Colonial Genocide in North America, (Duke University Press, 2014, Woolford, Hinton and Benvenuto eds.)
    • Rainer Schulze, The Heimschaffungsaktion of 1942-43: Turkey, Spain and Portugal and their Responses to the German Offer of Repatriation of their Jewish Citizens in Governments-in-Exile and the Jews during the Second World War (Vallentine Mitchell, 2013, J. Lanicek and J. Jorden eds.)
    • Rainer Schulze, Germany, Kosovo, and a Responsibility that will not go away / Deutschland, Roma aus dem Kosovo und eine Verantwortung, die nicht vergehen wird in Cry Gypsy: Poems of Germany's Forced Deportations of Kosovo Roma, 2008-2012 / Weine, Zigeuner: Gedichte über Deutschlands Zwangsrückführungen von Roma aus dem Kosovo, 2008-2012 (Volo Pres, 2012, P. Polansky ed.)
    • Rainer Schulze, Forced Migration of German Populations During and After the Second World War: History and Memory in The Disentanglement of Populations: Migration, Expulsion and Displacement in Post-War Europe, 1944-9 (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011, J. Reinsch and E. White eds.)
    • Scott Sheeran, United Nations Peacekeeping and the Use of Force in International Law and the Use of Force (Oxford University Press, 2013, M. Weller ed.)
    • Jackie Turton, Betrayal of trust: victims of maternal incest in Trust dynamics in the governance of children and youth in Europe (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, H. Warming ed.)
    • Jackie Turton, Maternal abuse: the emerging phenomenon of child sexual abuse in Vulnerable children and the law (Jessica Kingsley, 2012, R. Sheehan, H. Rhoades and N. Stanley eds.)

Handbooks

The Human Rights Centre produced a series of handbooks related to reporting torture and killings as human rights violations. The project was sponsored by the United Kingdom Foreign and Common Wealth Office and handbooks are available to download in a variety of languages: