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The University of Leeds Human Rights Journal is a multidisciplinary journal focusing on human rights issues. We publish high-quality scholarship produced entirely by undergraduate students.

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A journal for all undergraduates

The University of Leeds Human Rights Journal is a multidisciplinary publication created by students with the aim of providing a platform for ambitious undergraduates to publish their academic and creative work on the theme of human rights. It was founded in 2012 and is the first journal of its kind in the UK.

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SUBMISSIONS OPEN FOR 2022 JOURNAL The editorial team have chosen Sanctuary as our in-Focus theme for the tenth issue of the journal.   This year we...

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Join us for an exclusive Black History Month panel event, featuring guest speakers: Phoebe Sheppard, Jonathan Kennedy, and Farida Augustine....

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EXTENDED DEADLINE! Applications are now open to become a 2021/22 Peer Reviewer for the University of Leeds Human Rights Journal....

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SUBMISSIONS OPEN FOR 2021 JOURNAL Our journal this year focuses on Transition. With all that has happened this year, change...

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