The International Centre on Human Rights and Drugs have announced the launch of a new project dedicated to developing and promoting innovative and high quality legal and human rights scholarship on issues related to drug laws, policy and enforcement.
The Centre pursues this mandate by publishing original, peer reviewed research on drug issues as they relate to international human rights law, international humanitarian law, international criminal law and public
international law, and fostering research on drug policy issues among postgraduate law and human rights students at universities and colleges around the world.
The Centre’s work is supported by a prestigious International Advisory Committee as well as two Institutional Partners.
The Centre is calling for submissions to the International Yearbook on Human Rights and Drug Policy, the first and only international peer reviewed law journal focusing exclusively on human rights and drug policy. Call for Submissions