The Human Rights Law Centre (HRLC) edits and/or publishes leading series including the Human Rights Law Review, the Yearbook of the European Convention for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, 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.
Publications from our research units
Business, Trade and Human Rights Unit
Article: Core Elements of an EU Regulation on Mandatory Human Rights and Environmental Due Diligence, by Robert McCorquodale and Martijn Scheltema, August 2020
Blog post: Exploring core elements of an EU regulation on mandatory human rights and environmental due diligence, by Robert McCorquodale, University of Nottingham & Martijn Scheltema, Erasmus University Rotterdam, August 2020
Written evidence: Written evidence from Professor Robert McCorquodale (COV0232) submitted to the UK Parliament Joint Human Rights Committee, July 2020
Civil and Political Rights Unit
DOMINIC MCGOLDRICK, 2019. ‘Sharia Law in Europe? Legacies of the Ottoman Empire and the European Convention on Human Rights’ Oxford Journal of Law and Religion. 8, 517–66
MILANOVIC, M, 2020. Courting Failure: When are International Criminal Courts Likely to Be Believed by Local Audiences?. In: HELLER, K ET AL, ed., The Oxford Handbook of International Criminal Law Oxford University Press.
MOECKLI, D, SHAH, S, SIVAKUMARAN, S and HARRIS, DJ, eds., 2017. International human rights law 3rd ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
OR BASSOK, 2020. The Schmitelsen Court: The Question of Legitimacy German Law Journal. 21(2), 131-162
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European Human Rights Law Unit
D.J. Harris, M. O'Boyle, E.P. Bates and C. Buckley, Harris, O'Boyle and Warbrick: Law of the European Convention on Human Rights, 4th ed. (Oxford University Press, 2018).
Yearbook of the European Convention for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment.
Forced Migration Unit
D DAVITTI, 2018. Biopolitical Borders and the State of Exception in the European Migration ‘Crisis’. European Journal of International Law
D DAVITTI, 2018. The Rise of Private Military and Security Companies in European Union Migration Policies: Implications under the UNGPs. Business and Human Rights Journal
D DAVITTI and A LA CHIMIA, 2017. A Lesser Evil? The European Agenda on Migration and the Use of Aid Funding for Migration Control. Irish Yearbook of International Law. (In Press.)
Please also see our series of policy briefings.
International Criminal Justice Unit
O. Bekou, “History and Core International Crimes: Friends or Foes?”, in Annalisa Ciampi and Gilad Ben-Nun (eds.), History and International Law: An Interwined Relationship (Elgar: 2019)
O. Bekou, “Article 53”, in Otto Triffterer and Kai Ambos (eds), The Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court: A Commentary, 4th ed. (2019)
O. Bekou, “Article 54”, in Otto Triffterer and Kai Ambos (eds), The Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court: A Commentary, 4th ed. (2019)
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