In keeping with its mission to promote cutting edge scholarship and analysis on human rights issues, PHRGE faculty, staff and students publish a range of publications. These include scholarly books and articles, reports, briefs and blog posts. Those publications are collected in the list below and in our publications archive.
Openings: Our monthly electronic newsletter highlights PHRGE programs and publications, as well as the work of our partners in the movement to implement social and economic rights.
Rightscapes: PHRGE's blog contains human rights information and commentary by program faculty, staff and PHRGE Fellows.
Human Rights and the Global Economy SSRN e-Journal: PHRGE Affiliated Faculty and Staff co-edit an online human right law journal published by the Social Science Research Network (SSRN). There are currently over 500 subscribers and over 7500 papers posted. Subscription to the e-Journal requires an SSRN login.
Human Rights at Home Blog: PHRGE Faculty Co-Director Martha Davis co-edits this blog on the Law Professors network. This unique resource focuses on human rights in the United States and features posts from a national roster of human rights scholars and advocates.
Faculty Scholarship/Program Publications/Student Writing
Ezzi, Alefiyah. "Still Dazzled by the Facts and Figures." Rightscapes. PHRGE, May 6 2016.
Kelley, Jacqueline. "A Fighting Chance: Legal Responses to the Humanitarian Border Crisis."Rightscapes. PHRGE. May 5, 2016.
Sam, Emmanuel. "The Experience of Working in an Established Human Rights Institution."Rightscapes. PHRGE. May 5, 2016.
Wilson, Morgan. "Understanding Family Planning – Poor Medical Care, Forced Sterilization and the Genocide of Tribal Peoples and 'Backward Castes" Rightscapes. PHRGE. May 4, 2016.
Davis, Martha. "Human Rights at Sea." Human Rights at Home Blog. Law Professor BlogsNetwork. May 2, 2016.
Davis, Martha. "Inconvenient Human Rights: Access to Water and Sanitation in Sweden’sInformal Roma Settlements." The Raoul Wallenberg Institute for Human Rights andHumanitarian Law at Lund University (Sweden). April 8, 2016.
Deignan, Hilary. "Something Like Home." Rightscapes. PHRGE, March 28 2016.
Davis, Martha. "US Mayors Join Others Worldwide in Promoting Inclusive Growth." HumanRights at Home Blog. Law Professor Blogs Network. March 28, 2016.
Davis, Martha. "At the UN: A Week for Women." Human Rights at Home Blog. Law Professor Blogs Network. March 23, 2016.
Baker, Brook. "Trans-Pacific Partnership Provisions in Intellectual Property, Transparency, and Investment Chapters Threaten Access to Medicines in the US and Elsewhere." PLOS Medicine. March 8, 2016.
Lee, Jootaek. "Research Guide to Mexican Law." Northeastern University Libraries. Taylor & Francis Online. March 3, 2016.
Amos, George. "My Voice and Human Rights Advocacy." Rightscapes. PHRGE. February 11, 2016.
Davis, Martha. "Will the Flint Water Crisis Light a Fire?" Human Rights at Home Blog. Law Professor Blogs Network. February 2, 2016.
Davis, Martha. "Bringing It Home: Human Rights Treaties and Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in the United States." Human Rights by the American Bar Association. Northeastern University School of Law. January 29, 2016.
Davis, Martha. "The State of the Human Rights Union." Human Rights at Home Blog. Law Professor Blogs Network. January 13, 2016.
Godbe, Michael. "Google Deceptively Tracks Students’ Internet Browsing, EFF Says in FTC Complaint." Electronic Frontier Foundation. December 1, 2015.
Davis, Martha. "The Human Cost of the Refugee Backlash." Human Rights at Home Blog. Law Professor Blogs Network. November 17, 2015.
Baker, Brook. "Evolving Human Rights and the Science of Antiretroviral Medicine." Health and Human Rights Journal. June 4, 2015.