The Nordic Journal of Human Rights is published quarterly by Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group on behalf of the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights.
Firmly established as one of Scandinavia’s leading journals in the field, the Nordic Journal of Human Rights (NJHR) provides a forum for academic critique and analysis pertaining to human rights. The journal reflects current developments and seeks to promote the development of new perspectives on the theory and practice of human rights.
NJHR features articles, commentaries, and reviews of recent literature on human rights. It is a multi-disciplinary journal, presenting cross-cutting legal and other scholarly debates. The journal is essential reading for academics, policy makers and practitioners who work in the field of human rights.
The NJHR is currently seeking research articles and review/survey articles for the forthcoming issues. The following list is an indicative, but not exhaustive, list of possible areas for submissions:
- Asylum seekers and human rights
- Sustainable Development Goals and human rights
- Business and human rights
- Disability rights
- LGBTQI rights
- International Criminal Law
- Terrorism/terrorists and human rights
- Human rights in a State of Emergency
Interested authors are strongly encouraged to submit quality articles for review and publication. All articles judged suitable for consideration will be reviewed in a double blind peer review process.