Members of the Human Rights Law Centre conduct ground-breaking research. Current research areas include the promotion and protection of human rights in conflict and post-conflict situations, UN treaty body reform, transitional justice, the International Criminal Court, economic, social and cultural rights, human rights, trade and business, forced migration, and the European Convention on Human Rights.
Our units reflect and define Human Rights Law Centre expertise:
HRLC promotes these areas of expertise through short courses and training, publications and student activities.
Please explore the following pages to get an overview of each Unit's expertise, key projects, publications and core staff:
The Unit is concerned with the human rights implications of trade and investments involving the activities of multinational corporations and other business enterprises.
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The Unit works on broad range of issues, including health, disability, children's rights, housing and social welfare, and public finance.
The Unit works on European human rights law. Key projects include the UK Fundamental Rights Reports for the EU Fundamental Rights Agency.
The Unit has considerable expertise in conducting research and training, knowledge transfer, capacity building and technical support projects on a range of international criminal justice matters.
The Unit looks into how political, environmental and legal developments over the past couple of decades have triggered policy changes which pose a threat to the very meaning of international protection in international law.
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