International Justice Resource Center
February 14, 2012 at 9:00 AM
The International Justice Resource Center (ijrcenter.org) is making available online resources to assist activists, victims, attorneys, and law students researching or practicing international human rights law. On ijrcenter.org, visitors will find explanations of the substance of human rights law and related areas of public international law, in addition to descriptions of the international and regional bodies that enforce these norms. The 'Research Aids' section of the site (under the “Learn and Research heading”) explains and links to a variety of databases for researching primary and secondary sources of international human rights law, human rights conditions, and civil society actors. Other resources, such as the IJRC Interview Series (under the “Engage” heading) provide insights into the practice of international human rights law.
IJRCenter.org also includes a Twitter feed, news releases and a list of upcoming events.
Thanks to Professor Van Schaack for information about this new research resource.