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CLASSROOM SERIES: 

Reading Human Rights

 

Classroom Series: is a research resource network for human rights. 

It is common awareness that legal systems around the world continue to grow and extend the reach of human rights through various means. The normative field of human rights itself has acquired great strength while influencing multiple settings and diverse global agendas.

The Classroom Series  research resource initiative aims to map this vast interdisciplinary field of study. Through the lectures and articles different sub-themes and concepts in human rights. are covered.  The research teams are dedicated to studying the developments in international human rights law.  The research bank provides for a summary of research questions for future study. 

 Editors

Deepa Kansra , Mallika Ramachandran & Rabindra Kr. Pathak                                                                                  

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Recently added lectures

TWAIL and Human Rights

Dr. Mohammad Umar

December/2020

International Human Rights Law on Enforced Disappearances (10th anniversary of the entry into force of the ICPPED) 

Dr. Deepa Kansra

October/2020

'Fair Use' of E-resources for Academic Purposes: Specific Reference to India

Dr. Jupi Gogoi 

September/2020

Space Law and Human Rights: An Introduction

Dr. Rabindra Kr. Pathak

August/2020

Interim Measures under OP-ICESCR:

Standards and Practice

Dr. Mallika Ramachandran

August/2020

Technology, Human Rights and the Law 

Nupur Chowdhury 

July/2020

Business and Human Rights: An Introduction

Anandita Yadav 

July/2020

Classroom Series: Reading Human Rights/ All Rights Reserved/2020