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Welcome to the Harvard Human Rights Journal

Since its foundation in 1988, the Harvard Human Rights Journal (“HHRJ” or “the Journal”) has provided a forum for a diverse array of human rights scholarship authored by legal scholars, practitioners, and law students. HHRJ intends to serve as the premier law student-edited legal publication focused on human rights law and policy, publishing content in print and online. The Journal aspires to publish content that sets the cutting edge of international human rights law, in both international and domestic contexts, exploring novel arguments and issues that advance the universal promise of human rights.

Print Journal

Volume 35, Spring 2022

Human Trafficking in the Global Supply Chain: Using Machine Learning to Understand Corporate Disclosures Under the UK Modern Slavery Act
David Nersessian & Dessislava Pachamanova

Access to a Doctor, Access to Justice? An Empirical Study on the Impact of Forensic Medical Examinations in Preventing Deportations
Nermeen S. Arastu

Non-State Actors “Under Color of Law”: Closing a Gap in Protection Under the Convention Against Torture
Anna Welch & SangYeob Kim

On the Modest Impact of West Africa’s International Human Rights Court on the Executive Branch of Government in Nigeria
Obiora Chinedu Okafor, Udoka Owie, Okechukwu Effoduh, and Rahina Zarma

The Declaration Against Arbitrary Detention in State-to-State Relations: A New Means of Addressing Discrimination Against Foreign and Dual Nationals?
Leigh T. Toomey

The United Nations Security Council’s Counterterrorism Resolutions and the Resulting Violations of the Refugee Convention and Broader International Law
Niku Jafarnia

Online Journal

The Sword is Mightier than the Pen: the Precedence of Facts on the Ground over the Written Ceasefire Agreement in Nagorno-KarabakhIntersex Intervention: A Health and Human Rights PerspectiveApplying Historical Institutionalism to the Analysis of Regional Organizations: The Case of ASEANFrom Flores to Title 42: Unaccompanied Children in DetentionThe Afghan Humanitarian Crisis and Ireland’s Visa Policy: Swift Executive Action Required to Facilitate Safe DepartureLéon Mugesera: A Convicted Genocidaire Seeking Justice before the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights?After/Lives: Rethinking Moment of Death Content on Social Media PlatformsThe United Nations Must Deliver Long Overdue Remedies for the Roma, Ashkali, and Egyptian Victims of Lead Poisoning in KosovoPerpetuating Islamophobic Discrimination in the United States: Examining the Relationship Between News, Social Media, and Hate CrimesCOVID-19 Emergency Powers as a Weapon for Targeting LGBTIQ People in Uganda?

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