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 law journal aims to raise awareness of human rights issues in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region by providing a forum for scholarship and discussion.
The Australian Journal of Human Rights 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.
The Australian Journal of Human Rights is produced by the Australian Human Rights Centre at UNSW Australia, and is available in hard copy format and online
|Subject Area||Civil & Political Rights; Law
|Author||Michaelsen, C; Nolan, J; Tazreiter, C
|Updates||Approx 2 updates per year
The Australian Journal of Human Rights
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The Australian Journal of Human Rights is produced through the Australian Human Rights Centre at UNSW Australia by Dr Christopher Michaelsen, Associate Professor Justine Nolan and Dr Claudia Tazreiter (Editors-in-Chief). The Managing Editor is Diane Macdonald.
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The AJHR uses an online management system for submission of articles and book reviews for publication. Please visit https://mc04.manuscriptcentral.com/ajhr to begin the process. Registration takes only a few minutes.
You may also contact AJHR@unsw.edu.au for more information.