Inter-American and European Human Rights Journal (IAEHR)
This journal is no longer published.
The Inter-American and European Human Rights Journal / Revista Interamericana y Europea de Derechos
Humanos aims to offer an international platform for research in the field of human rights of relevance for
(Latin) America and
Europe. Situated on the crossroads between both continents, the journal is well-placed
to be a place of exchange of ideas and views between academic scholars and practicians in the field of human
rights from both European and (Latin) American universities, research institutions, non-governmental
organisations, etc. General topics on human rights relevant for the European and (Latin) American context
shall be considered for publication. In the same way, topics from other continents will also be considered
for publication if relevant for the European and (Latin) American context. The journal focuses both on human
rights law issues as well as interdisciplinary issues. Its editorial board is composed of researchers from
the partner universities and institutions of the Inter-American and European Human Rights Network and
external experts in the field of human rights. The Inter-American and European Human Rights Network / Red
Interamericana y Europea de Derechos Humanos was set up in 2005 with the purpose of bringing together
(Latin) American and European universities and institutions in order to build up and strengthen their
capacity in the field of human rights and to improve teaching and research capabilities so that a superior
level of education in human rights can be reached. The Network is momentarily composed of 16 universities
and other institutions from both (Latin) America and Europe.
- Clara Burbano Herrera (Ghent University);
- Eduardo Cifuentes Muñoz (Universidad de los Andes);
- Felipe Gonzalez (Member Inter-American Commission of Human Rights);
- Yves Haeck, Editor-in-Chief (Ghent University and Utrecht University);
- Claudia Martin (Washington College of Law);
- Cesar Rodriguez Garavito (Universidad de los Andes);
- Diego Rodriguez-Pinzón (Washington College of Law); and
- Leo Zwaak (Utrecht University).
Victor Abramovich (Inter-American Commission on Human Rights); Gudmundur Alfredsson (University of Lund );
Juan Amaya Castro (UN University for Peace); Juan Carlos Arjona (Universidad Iberoamericana); Randall Brenes
(Inter-American Institute of Human Rights); Antônio Cançado Trindade (Universidade de Brasilia); Alicia
Cebada Romero (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid); Gaston Chillier (Centro de Estudios Legales y Sociales);
Roberto Cuellar (Inter-American Institute of Human Rights); Paul De Hert (Free University of Brussels);
Ernesto de la Jara (Instituto de Defensa Legal); Francisco Eguiguren Praeli (Pontificia Universidad Católica
del Perú); Gudmundur Eiriksson (UN University for Peace) ; Gérard Gonzalez (Université de Montpellier I);
Claudio Grossman (Washington College of Law, Member UN Committee Against Torture); José Antonio Guevara
(Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs); Fernando Mariño (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Member UN
Committee Against Torture); Cecilia Medina Quiroga (President Inter-American Court of Human Rights,
Universidad de Chile); Manfred Nowak (UN Special Rapporteur on Torture, Vienna University); Alan Rosas
(Judge European Court of Justice); William Schabas (University of Galway); Magdalena Sepúlveda (UN
Independent Expert on the Question of Human Rights and Extreme Poverty); Johanna Sjöwall (University of
Lund); Françoise Tulkens (Judge European Court of Human Rights); Johan Vande Lanotte (Ghent University);
John Vervaele (Utrecht University); and José Zalaquett (Universidad de Chile).
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