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The Journal of Human Rights in the Commonwealth (JHRC) is an electronic peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal which covers a vast range of issues relating to human rights in the Commonwealth of Nations including, but not limited to: human rights and the law, democracy and governance, development, poverty, conflict, transitional justice, climate change, the ecological crisis, colonialism and imperialism, equality and discrimination, ethnicity, religion, gender and women’s human rights, children, class, corporate accountability, refugees, migration, minorities and indigenous peoples. To promote scholarly and practitioner debate the editors will also publish opinion pieces and discussion papers from renowned writers, activists and experts in the fields of Commonwealth Studies and Human Rights.
Editor-in-Chief: Dr Damien Short – Director, Human Rights Consortium; Senior Lecturer, Institute of Commonwealth Studies
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Vol 2, No 2 (2016)
|The right to free movement of persons in Caribbean community (CARICOM) law: towards 'juridification'?|
|The challenge of MNCs and development: oil extraction, CSR, Nigeria and corruption|
|Safeguarding through stability: British constitutional proposals in post-war Cyprus|
|An accountability indicator for gender equality projects run by non-governmental and international organisations|
|Readjusting the political thermostat: fuel poverty and human rights in the UK|
|Ben Christman, Hannah Russell|
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