Rights Review

CURRENT ISSUE

Rights Review presents our final issue for the 2021-2022 academic year! 

Maggie Xing (3L) surveys the failures of the public and private world in upholding human rights due diligence in the arms industry. Duncan Crabtree (1L) reports on a recent roundtable discussion of Prof. Kent Roach's book on human rights remedies. Julianne Schmidt (1L) shines a spotlight on recent attacks on artistic freedom around the world. Editors-in-Chief Taskeen Nawab (3L) and Sabrina Sukhdeo (3L) sign off with a sobering reflection on the utility of international human rights law. 

 

RECENT ARTICLES

A Message from the Editorial Board: A Tool, Not a Constitution (Volume 15, Issue 6)
Weapons Distribution and Human Rights (Volume 15, Issue 6)

Creative Dissent (Volume 15, Issue 6)

Indigenous Fishing Rights and International Human Rights Law (Volume 15, Issue 5)
For older articles, please visit our Archive.

ABOUT

Rights Review is the independent student-led publication of the International Human Rights Program at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. All articles and publications are from the U of T community. 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.

2021-2022 Rights Review Editorial Board

Co-Editors-in-Chief: Taskeen Nawab (3L) and Sabrina Sukhdeo (3L)

Senior Editors: Martha Côté (2L) and Sterling Mancuso (2L)

Junior Editors: Duncan Crabtree (1L), Ally Mastantuono (1L), and Julianne Schmidt (1L)

Social Media Editor: Ellen An (3L)


PROSPECTIVE WRITERS

Rights Review 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 email us with your pitch and/or submission.


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