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We are currently accepting applications for the following positions: 

  • Senior Editor (2) 
    • Edit articles (first round), 
    • Oversee 1L junior editors. 
  • Graphics and Social Media Editor (1) 
    • Maintain and update social media accounts (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, IHRP website), 
    • Participate in the editing process. 

Please submit a brief statement of interest (300 words maximum) and your CV. Your brief statement should outline the following: 

  • The position(s) you are applying for, 
  • Your interest in human rights, 
  • Your involvement with the IHRP, if any, 
  • Your previous editing experience, if any, 
  • If applying for the Graphics and Social Media Editor position, any previous graphic design experience, 

Please submit your statement of interest and CV to ihrprightsreview@gmail.com by 11PM (EST) on June 24 with the subject line "Editor Application". If you have any questions about the positions or the application process, please send us an email! 


Bots at the Gate

This is the final issue of Rights Review for the 2019-2020 academic year! It features an update on the Bots at the Gate report, which highlighted the human rights implications of automated decision making in Canada's immigration and refugee system. This issue also features a compelling article on the importance of recognizing sexual violence as genocide, and an event highlight on the recent Canadian Media Freedom Symposium co-hosted by the Asper Centre and the IHRP.


International Court of JusticeWhy Recognizing Sexual Violence as Genocide Matters
(Volume 13, Issue 6)
Rebecca SuttonAn Interview with Rebecca Sutton 
(Volume 13, Issue 5)
Seeking Accountability in Conflict Panel SpeakersStrategies for Justice in a 'Period of Darkness'
(Volume 13, Issue 4)
For older articles, please visit our Archive.


Rights Review is the independent student-led publication of the International Human Rights Program at the University of Toronto's Faculty of Law. All articles and publications are from U of T students! We publish online and in print each month in the law school's student newspaper: Ultra Vires. You can also find us on Twitter and Facebook!

2020-2021 Rights Review Editorial Board

Co-Editors-in-Chief: Rachel Bryce (3L, JD/MGA) and Abdullah Jamshed Khan (2L)
Senior Editors: TBD
Junior Editor: TBD
Graphics and Social Media Editor: TBD


Rights Review Magazine is always looking for talented U of T law students and other U of T students interested in international human rights issues to contribute to the publication. Please visit the Submissions page for more information. 



2020-2021 RIGHTS REVIEW EDITORIAL BOARD (June 10, 2020)

Rights Review is extremely proud to announce that Abdullah Jamshed Khan and Rachel Bryce will be serving as the co-Editors-in-Chief for the 2020-21 year! Abdullah and Rachel served on the editorial board of Rights Review this past year. They bring to the team extraordinary leadership and passion for the publication. We are confident that they will do an excellent job next year. In the coming days, they will announce opportunities for students in all years to get involved with Rights Review next year. Thanks for a great year!

Emily and Julie Co-Editors-in-Chief, Rights Review 2019-20 


Check out the 2019 Summer Fellowships Highlight to learn more about students' experiences with the program.

To apply for a fellowship, please view the 2020 Summer Fellowship Guide

2019 IHRP Summer Fellowships Map