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Human rights are universal and indivisible. Their fundamental importance makes it essential for anyone with an interest in the field to keep abreast of the latest developments. The Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights (NQHR) is an academic journal that reviews the latest evolutions in the promotion and protection of human rights across the world.
The Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights is an academic publication which contains scholarly articles on human rights issues and the promotion and protection of human rights in international law from authors from around the world. It carries human-rights related contributions by acknowledged correspondents on recent developments in the field of human rights in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas, as well as the various intergovernmental organisations (such as United Nations, the Council of Europe, the European Union, the Organisation on Security and Cooperation in Europe, the Organisation of American States, the African continent and the International Criminal Court). The texts of major international agreements, treaties and declarations are reprinted in the section ‘Appendices’. The section on documentation contains book reviews and descriptions of recent documents and literature in the field of human rights.
The Quarterly’s international team of leading editors commissions in-depth articles and book reviews that probe the issues that matter to people involved in the definition, study, implementation, monitoring, or enforcement of human rights.
An international editorial board guarantees the maintenance of a high standard of the articles published.
- Antoine Buyse (Editor-in-Chief, Associate Professor and Senior Researcher, Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM), Utrecht University, the Netherlands)
- Julie Fraser (Managing Editor, PhD Candidate, Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM), Utrecht University, the Netherlands);
- Ana-Sofia Valderas (Executive Assistant, LLM Candidate, Utrecht University, the Netherlands);
- Karin Arts (Professor of International Law and Development at International Institute of Social Studies, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands);
- Nicola Jägers (Professor International Human Rights Law, Center for Trans-boundary Legal Development, Tilburg University, the Netherlands);
- Brianne McGonigle Leyh (Assistant Professor at the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM), Utrecht University, the Netherlands);
- Yvonne Donders (Professor International Human Rights and Cultural Diversity and Executive Director of the Amsterdam Centre for International Law, Faculty of Law, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands);
- Leo Zwaak (Legal Researcher, Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM), Utrecht University, the Netherlands);
- † Fried Van Hoof (Editor-in-Chief, Professor of Human Rights, Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM), Utrecht University, the Netherlands);
- Jenny E. Goldschmidt (Professor of Human Rights Law and Director of the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM), Utrecht University, the Netherlands);
- Laurence Burgorgue-Larsen (Professor of Public Law and Deputy Director of the Research Institute of International and European Law at Sorbonne University, and Judge at the Constitutional Court of Andorra);
- Surya Deva (Associate Professor at the School of Law of City University of Hong Kong);
- Bas de Gaay Fortman (Honorary Chair in Political Economy of Human Rights, Utrecht University, the Netherlands);
- Cees Flinterman (Honorary Professor of Human Rights at the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM), Utrecht University, and member of the UN Human Rights Committee);
- Shuichi Furuya (Professor of International Law, Waseda University, Japan, member of International Humanitarian Fact-Finding Commission);
- Christof Heyns (Director of the Centre for Human Rights, Dean and Professor of Human Rights Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria, South Africa);
- Ernst Hirsch Ballin (Professor of Human Rights, University of Amsterdam and Professor of Dutch and European Constitutional Law, University of Tilburg);
- Rhoda E. Howard-Hassmann (Canada Research Chair in International Human Rights, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada);
- Anja Mihr (Head of Rule of Law, The Hague Institute for Global Justice and Associate Professor Utrecht University);
- Rachel Murray (Professor and Director of the Human Rights Implementation Centre, University of Bristol Law School, United Kingdom);
- Egbert Myjer, Professor of Human Rights at the Free University of Amsterdam and former judge at the European Court of Human Rights;
- Manfred Nowak (Director of the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights, Vienna, Austria);
- Pablo Saavedra-Alessandri (Secretary, Inter-American Court of Human Rights, San José, Costa Rica);
- Ian Seiderman (Senior Legal and Policy Advisor, International Commission of Jurists, Switzerland);
- Olivier de Schutter (Professor of Law, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium);
- Brigit Toebes (Associate Professor and Rosalind Franklin fellow at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands);
- Deepika Udagama (Head, Department of Law, University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka;
- David Weissbrodt (Fredrikson & Byron Professor of Law, Co-Director of the Human Rights Centre of the University of Minnesota, USA); and
- Roman Wieruszewski (Director of Poznañ Human Rights Centre, Professor of Constitutional Law, Institute of Legal Studies of the Polish Academy of Science, Poland, Member of the UN Human Rights Committee).
Former Editorial Board Members
- Peter Baehr † (Honorary Professor of Human Rights, Utrecht University and Emeritus Professor of Human rights at Leiden University, the Netherlands);
- Kevin Boyle † (Professor of Law, University of Essex, UK).