The Harvard Human Rights Journal (HHRJ) was founded in 1988 and has since endeavored to be a site for a broad spectrum of scholarship on international and domestic human rights issues. The Journal publishes an annual print edition containing a range of original scholarly works on contemporary human rights issues. Throughout the year, our website publishes online journal posts, interviews, and other human rights content.
Volume 33, Spring 2020
- Power in Human Rights Advocate and Rightsholder Relationships: Critiques, Reforms, and Challenges
Sarah Knuckey, et al.
- International Criminal Justice, Legal Pluralism, and the Margin of Appreciation: Lessons from the European Convention on Human Rights
- Is There a Human Right to Public Education? An Analysis of States’ Obligations in Light of the Increasing Involvement of Private Actors in Education
- Impunity Reconsidered: International Law, Domestic Politics, and the Pursuit of Justice