The Human Rights Law Centre (HRLC) edits and/or publishes leading series including the Human Rights Law Review and the International Human Rights Reports.
We also produce publications as a result of training courses, workshops and conferences. You can explore all of publications our publications below, including those of our members in association with our six research units. Our extensive work around publications is supported by students of the University of Nottingham.
We publish the International Human Rights Reports four times a year. The Reports collect primary source materials on human rights matters.
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Launched in 2001, the Human Rights Law Review seeks to promote awareness and discussion on matters of human rights law and policy.
Nottingham Studies on Human Rights is a series edited within HRLC, comprised of monographs and edited volumes offering scholarly analysis of international and national human rights law.
We edit the Yearbook of the European Convention for the Prevention of Torture, published by Brill.
More publications can be found on our individual research unit pages.
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