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Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights

Full Text: Nos. 0-20, Vols. 6-32 (1982-2014) Title Varies: Nos. 0-20 (1982-1987) as Newsletter
Indexed: Indexed: Nos. 0-20, Vols. 6-36#3 (1982-2018)
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Publication Website: https://us.sagepub.com/en-us/nam/netherlands-quarterly-of-human-rights/journal202694
ISSN: 0924-0519
Frequency: 4

Additional Information for Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights
Human rights are universal and indivisible. Their fundamental importance makes it essential for anyone with an interest in the field to keep abreast of the latest developments.

The Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights (NQHR) is an academic peer-reviewed journal that publishes the latest evolutions in the promotion and protection of human rights from around the world. The NQHR includes multidisciplinary articles addressing human rights issues from an international perspective. In addition, the Quarterly also publishes recent speeches and lectures delivered on the topic of human rights, as well as a section on new books and articles in the field of human rights. The Quarterly employs a double-blind peer review process, and the international editorial board of leading human rights scholars guarantees the maintenance of the highest standard of articles published.

The Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights is indexed and abstracted in CSA Social Science Collection (Sociological Abstracts, Social Services Abstracts, Worldwide Political Science Abstracts, Public Affairs Information Service (PAIS)), Social Sciences Citation Index© (SSCI), Social Scisearch ©, Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition and International Political Science Abstracts (IPSA).

NQHR is the official publication of The Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM) is the key centre of expertise of human rights research and education at Utrecht University. SIM offers internationally oriented study programmes and conducts interdisciplinary research. With a rich tradition and a keen eye for current and future developments in the field of human rights, SIM is a leading academic research institute and the home base of a vibrant, interdisciplinary and international group of researchers, lecturers, and PhD students. .

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Volumes:

32 (2014)
31 (2013)
30 (2012)
29 (2011)
28 (2010)
27 (2009)
26 (2008)
25 (2007)
24 (2006)
23 (2005)
22 (2004)
21 (2003)
20 (2002)
19 (2001)
18 (2000)
17 (1999)
16 (1998)
15 (1997)
14 (1996)
13 (1995)
12 (1994)
11 (1993)
10 (1992)
9 (1991)
8 (1990)
7 (1989)
6 (1988)
20 (1987)
19 (1987)
18 (1987)
17 (1987)
16 (1986)
14/15 (1986)
13 (1986)
12 (1985)
11 (1985)
10 (1985)
9 (1985)
8 (1984)
7 (1984)
6 (1984)
5 (1984)
4 (1983)
3 (1983)
2 (1983)
1 (1983)
0 (1982)