The Oxford Human Rights Hub has launched the first issue of the University of Oxford Human Rights Hub Journal (U OxHRH J), a new peer-reviewed and open access journal of human rights scholarship, featuring high quality writing and analysis on human rights issues worldwide.

The Oxford Human Rights Hub is thrilled to announce the publication of the University of Oxford Human Rights Hub Journal (U OxHRH J), an open-access and peer-reviewed journal on human rights. The first volume is covers issues related to women and work.

The U OxHRH J is dedicated to advancing the study of international and comparative human rights law. It publishes the highest levels of scholarship tackling the most pressing and challenging human rights issues and offers critical insights into current issues, debates and global trends.

The driving impetus behind the journal is the recognition that many academic institutions, NGOs, policy-makers and individuals are unable to afford the cost of high-quality, refereed journals. The U of OxHRH J is available freely online. Anyone can easily access the intellectually rigorous, interdisciplinary research on human rights offered by the U of OxHRH J.

The U of OxHRH J editorial team is geographically diverse and brings a wealth of experience to the study and practice of human rights law.

Managing Editor

Meghan Campbell (University of Birmingham)

Editorial Board

Cathi Albertyn (University of Witwatersrand)
Sandra Fredman (University of Oxford)
Judy Fudge (McMaster University)
Richard Hart (Founder of Hart Publishing)
Ndjodi Ndeunyema (DPhil Candidate, University of Oxford)
Kamala Sankaran (Tamil Nadu National Law School)
Helen Taylor (DPhil Candidate, University of Oxford)

Design and Layout

Kira Allmann (University of Oxford)

You can find the first volume of the U OxHRH J here. Submission guidelines for the journal are available here.