Australian Journal of Human Rights
Established in 1991, the Australian Journal of Human Rights (AJHR) is Australia’s first peer-reviewed journal devoted exclusively to human rights development in Australia, the Asia-Pacific region and internationally. The journal aims to raise awareness of human rights issues by providing a forum for scholarship and discussion.
The AJHR examines legal aspects of human rights, along with associated philosophical, historical, economic and political considerations, across a range of issues, including aboriginal ownership of land, racial discrimination and vilification, human rights in the criminal justice system, children’s rights, homelessness, immigration, asylum and detention, corporate accountability, disability standards and free speech.
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The Australian Journal of Human Rights is published by the Australian Human Rights Institute and Taylor & Francis. Please contact us with ideas for future editions and collaborations.
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Andrew Byrnes (UNSW)
Danielle Celermajer (University of Sydney)
Louise Chappell (UNSW)
Andrea Durbach (UNSW)
Ben Golder (UNSW)
Justine Nolan (UNSW)
Melanie Schwartz (UNSW)
Christina Binder (University of Vienna)
Malcolm Langford (University of Oslo)
Kelley Loper (University of Hong Kong)
Human Rights Defender
The Human Rights Defender is a human rights magazine published by the Australian Human Rights Institute featuring articles, commentary, art and photographs across a broad range of contemporary human rights issues. It has been a valued forum for the expression of critical thinking and discussion of conceptual developments in human rights since 1992. It is published three times a year and is available through HeinOnline, InformIT and EBSCO (access through your subscription).
The HRD is proudly produced by guest editors across different disciplines working with student editors and contributors of artwork and photography. Please contact us with ideas for future editions and collaborations.