Justice Journal: essential reading for all interested in human rights and law reform

JUSTICE (the British section of the ICJ) has launched the JUSTICE Journal which is a new six-monthly publication. It aims to promote debate on topical issues relating to human rights and the rule of law.

The journal focuses on JUSTICE’s core areas of expertise and concern:

  • human rights
  • criminal justice
  • asylum
  • equality
  • EU justice and home affairs
  • UK legal system

from terrorism to constitutional reform …
Tackling the big issues of the moment, the JUSTICE Journal covers the political and legislative developments affecting human rights and the rule of law.

… in the UK and beyond
The EU Constitution and Charter, enlargement, mutual recognition and counter-terrorism measures – the JUSTICE Journal examines the implications for human rights as the evolution of the European Union gathers pace.

For more information or to subscribe, contact journal@justice.org.uk or visit www.justice.org.uk.

Annual subscription £60 / $120 / €120 (10% discount for JUSTICE members)

JUSTICE Journal subscription information [full text, PDF]

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