About the Working Paper Series
The Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism (CHRLP) Working Paper Series enables the dissemination of papers by students who have participated in the CHRLP’s International Human Rights Internship Program.
Through the Program, student interns complete placements with NGOs and tribunals where they gain practical work experience in human rights investigation, monitoring, and reporting and participate in a seminar that critically engages with human rights discourses in which they write a research paper through a peer review and support process.
In accordance with McGill University’s Charter of Students’ Rights, students in this course have the right to submit in English or in French any written work that is to be graded. Therefore, papers in this series may be in either language.
The papers in this series are distributed free of charge in PDF format. Papers may be downloaded for personal use only. The opinions expressed in these papers remain solely those of the author(s). They should not be attributed to the CHRLP or McGill University. The papers in this series are intended to elicit feedback and to encourage debate on important public policy challenges. Copyright belongs to the author(s).
Éloïse Ouellet-Décoste. Forced Evictions & Grassroots Resistance in Phnom Penh: Lessons for advancing the rule of law in weak and captured states.
Read it: 2013_ihri_wps_v1n1-ouellet-decoste.pdf
Jacqueline Madden. Engaging with Customary Law in Timor-Leste: Approaches to Increasing Women’s Access to Justice.
Read it: 2013_ihri_wps_v1n2-madden.pdf
Anne-Claire Gayet. Contexts of Structural Discrimination in the Jurisprudence of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights.
Read it: 2013_ihri_wps_v1n3-gayet.pdf
Chris Durrant. “None of that Paper Stuff Works”: An Anti-Essentialist and Anti-Colonial Analysis of Efforts to End Domestic Assault in Nunavut.
Read it: 2013_ihri_wps_v1n4-durrant.pdf
Melissa Austen. The Unfinished Philippine Juvenile Justice Puzzle: the Missing Normative Piece to Restorative Youth Justice Legislation.
Read it: 2013_ihri_wps_v1n6-austen.pdf
Jeanne Mageau-Taylor. La question LGBT au Cameroun: Réflexions sur la criminalisation des pratiques homosexuelles et sur ses effets.
Read it: 2013_ihri_wps_v1n7_mageau-taylor.pdf
Will Collish. The International Criminal Court in Guinea: A Case Study of Complementarity.
Read it: 2013_ihri_wps_v1n8-collish.pdf
Molly Joeck. Gender Inequality and NGOs in Africa.
Read it: 2013_ihri_wps_v1n10-joeck.pdf
Edward Béchard-Torres. Finding Their Way by Conceptualizing Their Role: Court Orders and Social Rights in South Africa.
Read it: 2013_ihri_wps_v1n11-bechardtorres.pdf