The Human Rights Program produces a range of publications based on academic research and practice in the field of human rights. Faculty, staff, and fellows author a diverse assortment of reports, scholarly articles, books, legal briefs, policy papers, and other publications. Students are also integrally involved in many publications.

Most Recent

A prohibition on financing in the nuclear weapons ban treaty (March 2017)

International Human Rights Clinic, Article 36

Environmental remediation in the nuclear weapons ban treaty (March 2017)

The International Human Rights Clinic, Article 36

Making the Case: The Dangers of Killer Robots and the Need for a Preemptive Ban (December 2016)

International Human Rights Clinic, Human Rights Watch

Time to Act Against Incendiary Weapons (December 2016)

International Human Rights Clinic, Human Rights Watch

Securing Status: Syrian Refugees and the Documentation of Legal Status, Identity and Family Relationships in Jordan (November 2016)

International Human Rights Clinic, Norwegian Refugee Council Jordan

The Cost of Gold (October 2016)

International Human Rights Clinic

Losing Control: The Dangers of Killer Robots (June 2016)

Bonnie Docherty; in The Conversation