Human Rights Publications

Dr Aisha K Gill

"All they think about is honour": The Murder of Shafilea Ahmed, in Gill, A., Roberts, K., Strange, C. (eds) 'Honour, Killing and Violence: New Directions in International Policy and Practice'. London: Palgrave Macmillan

Feminist Reflections on researching so-called 'honour' killings, Feminist Legal Studies (forthcoming)

Addressing Violence against Women as a Form of Hate Crime: Limitations and Possibilities, Feminist Review, Issue 105 by Dr Aisha Gill and Dr Hannah Mason-Bish (2013)

Forced Marriage: Introducing a Social Justice and Human Rights Perspective, London: Zed Books by Dr Aisha Gill and Dr Sundari Anitha (2011)

"Honour Killings and the Quest for Justice in Black and Minority Ethnic Communities in the UK". Criminal Justice Policy Review, 20 (4):475-494 (2009)

Coercion, Consent and the Forced Marriage Debate in the UK. Feminist Legal Studies, 17 (2): 165-184 by Dr Aisha Gill and Dr Sundari Anitha (2009)

Dr Michele Lamb

Forward: New Directions in the Sociology of Human Rights.The International Journal of Human Rights (Nov, 2012)

Forward: Special Issue on the Sociology of Human Rights. Sociology, Volume 46, No. 5, 787-796 (Oct, 2012)

Human Rights and Social Policy: Challenges and Opportunities for Social Research and its use as Evidence in the Protection and Promotion of Human Rights in Scotland. Social Policy and Society, 1-13 (Aug, 2012).

Sociology and Human Rights: New Engagements. Book Publication as a Special Issue of the International Journal of Human Rights (May, 2011).

Loyalty and Human Rights: Liminality and Social Action in a Divided Society. International Journal of Human Rights, Volume 14, No. 6, 994-1102 (Nov, 2010)

Sociology and Human Rights: Confrontations, Evasions and New Engagements. The International Journal of Human Rights. Volume 14, No. 6, 811-832 (Nov, 2010)

A Culture of Human Rights: Transforming Policing in Northern Ireland. A Journal of Policy and Practice, Volume 2, No. 3, 386-393