The International Review of Human Rights Law is an effort to address human rights issues around the world.
It provides a platform to practitioners, academicians and students for discussing, critically examining and providing solutions to the human rights issues.
The journal encourages comparative, empirical and inter-disciplinary analysis.
The journal publishes original
The works can be in the forms of articles, case notes, book reviews and responses.
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The journal is
online, open-access and edited by students.
Currently, the journal requires one
Students pursuing LL.M can apply by sending C.V. to
3rd November, 2015
The work will be to edit 30-40 pages per month.
None of the positions in the journal are paid.
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