Research

Since its founding in 2005, members of the Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism have been engaged in a wide range of interdisciplinary research that spans international law, humanitarian law, constitutional and statutory human rights, critical theory and human rights and the ways in legal pluralism, informal norms and customs intersect with human rights. 

Find out more about our work in this section.

  1. Cultural Diversity
  2. Equality and Inclusion
  3. Economic Justice
  4. Disability Rights
  5. Migration
  6. Indigenous Peoples
  7. Violence: Prevention and Redress
  8. Book Projects on Human Rights and Legal Pluralism