Volume 16 (2021-2022)
Volume 15 (2020-2021)
Volume 14 (2019-2020)
Volume 13 (2018-2019)
Volume 12 (2017-2018)
Volume 11 (2016-2017)
Volume 10 (2015-2016)
Volume 09 (2014-2015)
Volume 08 (2013-2014)
Volume 07 (2012-2013)
Volume 06 (2011-2012)
Volume 05 (2010-2011)
Volume 04 (2009-2010)
Volume 03 (2008-2009)
Volume 02 (2007-2008)
Volume 01 (2006-2007)
Examining the Reasons for the Non-Stipulation of the Constitution on the Condition of Gender in the Authority of High Ranking Political Officials
1. Examining the Reasons for the Non-Stipulation of the Constitution on the Condition of Gender in the Authority of High Ranking Political Officials

fatemeh faghihi

Volume 12, Issue 1 , Winter and Spring 2017, , Pages 73-94

http://dx.doi.org/10.22096/hr.2017.30779

Abstract
  This article seeks to analyze the principles of constitution review in the constitution stipulating gender leadership. Despite the prevailing view in the tradition Sex for leadership, ...  Read More
Promoting Peace, En‘forcing’ Democracy? The European Court of Human Rights’ Treatment of Islam
2. Promoting Peace, En‘forcing’ Democracy? The European Court of Human Rights’ Treatment of Islam

Edel Hughes

Volume 11, Issue 2 , Winter and Spring 2017, , Pages 129-154

http://dx.doi.org/10.22096/hr.2016.29854

Abstract
  Contemporary Europe is undoubtedly a largely secular region where the notion that secularism and ‘progress’ are intertwined has long held sway. Religion in the public sphere ...  Read More
Religious Reformists’ Attitude toward Human’s Right
to Sovereignty: Challenges and Theoretical Reactions
3. Religious Reformists’ Attitude toward Human’s Right to Sovereignty: Challenges and Theoretical Reactions

Fardin Ghoreishi

Volume 11, Issue 1 , Winter and Spring 2016, , Pages 109-131

http://dx.doi.org/10.22096/hr.2016.25547

Abstract
  The realization of good governance, while promoting justice through increased transparency, accountability and the rule of law and strengthening of democracy, can also be considered ...  Read More
A Survey of the Doctrine of Protection Responsibility in the Islamic Legal System with Emphasis on the National Security
4. A Survey of the Doctrine of Protection Responsibility in the Islamic Legal System with Emphasis on the National Security

Hossein Sartipi; Yousef Farzaneh

Volume 10, Issue 1 , Winter and Spring 2015, , Pages 71-88

Abstract
  In spite of that international community have seen very huge progress in different aspects of international law , especially in humanitarian law , but unfortunately it is in front of ...  Read More
Diplomatic Protection, a Human Rights and Islamic Reading
5. Diplomatic Protection, a Human Rights and Islamic Reading

Seyed Mostafa Mirmohammadi

Volume 09, Issue 2 , Winter and Spring 2015, , Pages 91-114

Abstract
  For long Diplomatic Protection was considered the patrimonial rights of states, and some international cases such as “Mavrommatis” 1924, Barcena Ttraction 1970, Avena 2004 have ...  Read More
Peaceful Human Coexistence in the Qur'an and the International Human Rights System
6. Peaceful Human Coexistence in the Qur'an and the International Human Rights System

Mohammad Haassan Movahedi Savoji

Volume 09, Issue 2 , Winter and Spring 2015, , Pages 131-158

Abstract
  Peaceful coexistence of human beings is an approach that considers peaceful life of people and the recognition of their social rights regardless of the rightness of school of thoughts ...  Read More
Diplomatic Protection, a Human Rights and Islamic Reading
8. Diplomatic Protection, a Human Rights and Islamic Reading

Seyed Mostafa Mirmohammadi

Volume 09, Issue 1 , Winter and Spring 2014, , Pages 91-114

Abstract
  For long Diplomatic Protection was considered the patrimonial rights of states, and some international cases such as “Mavrommatis” 1924, Barcena Ttraction 1970, Avena 2004 ...  Read More
Peaceful Human Coexistence in the Qur'an and the International Human Rights System
9. Peaceful Human Coexistence in the Qur'an and the International Human Rights System

Mohammad Haassan Movahedi Savoji

Volume 09, Issue 1 , Winter and Spring 2014, , Pages 131-158

Abstract
    Peaceful coexistence of human beings is an approach that considers peaceful life of people and the recognition of their social rights regardless of the rightness of school of ...  Read More
Identities, Differences and Universality of Human Rights Based on Iranian Religious and Ethnic Identities
10. Identities, Differences and Universality of Human Rights Based on Iranian Religious and Ethnic Identities

Babak Naderpour; Mojtaba Maghsoudi

Volume 08, Issue 1 , Winter and Spring 2013, , Pages 123-162

Abstract
  The concept of “Human rights” is the main signifier of the discourse of international community. Despite its growing use, widespread resonance and hegemony, there are different ...  Read More
The Conservative Approach Toward Islamic Human Rights
11. The Conservative Approach Toward Islamic Human Rights

Seyed Ali Mirmousavi

Volume 08, Issue 1 , Winter and Spring 2013, , Pages 163-177

Abstract
  Since the ratification of UDHR, Many steps have been passed, to universalize it, and religions and schools have been necessitated to take their position about it.  Islamic trends ...  Read More
The Universal Islamic Declaration on Human Rights and the Problem of Inequalities of Rights between Men and Women
13. The Universal Islamic Declaration on Human Rights and the Problem of Inequalities of Rights between Men and Women

Seyyed Hassan Eslami

Volume 07, Issue 2 , Summer and Autumn 2012, , Pages 81-110

Abstract
  The Universal Islamic Declaration on Human Rights (the UIDHR) is the most important official replication to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (the UDHR) by Islamic countries, ...  Read More
A comparative study of Ayatollah Motahhari’s views on Jihad and Rawls’ views on Humanitarian Wars
14. A comparative study of Ayatollah Motahhari’s views on Jihad and Rawls’ views on Humanitarian Wars

Amir Maghami

Volume 07, Issue 1 , Winter and Spring 2012, , Pages 25-36

Abstract
  Since there appears to be a relationship between Ayatollah Mutahhari’s ‘Jihad’ theory and John Rawls’s Humanitarian War theory, and between their shared social ...  Read More
Prohibition of Corporal Punishment of Children by Teachers and Educators with Special Emphasis on Role of Clerics and Religious Leaders in Confronting It
15. Prohibition of Corporal Punishment of Children by Teachers and Educators with Special Emphasis on Role of Clerics and Religious Leaders in Confronting It

Mohammad Mahdi Meghdadi

Volume 07, Issue 1 , Winter and Spring 2012, , Pages 37-48

Abstract
  One of the disturbing aspects of child abuse and violence is corporal punishment of children by teachers, educators and staff in educational contexts. Despite the prohibition of such ...  Read More
The Practice of Religious Leaders in Confronting the Corporal Punishment of Children
16. The Practice of Religious Leaders in Confronting the Corporal Punishment of Children

Shahla Pakdaman; Parisa Pouralamdari; Faezeh Peimanpak

Volume 07, Issue 1 , Winter and Spring 2012, , Pages 83-96

Abstract
  Reviewing the practice of the religious leaders, including the prophet of Islam (PBUH) and the infallible Imams, show that their system of child rearing is taken from a divine system ...  Read More
A psychological and Islamic Analysis of Corporal Punishment from Children’s Point of View
17. A psychological and Islamic Analysis of Corporal Punishment from Children’s Point of View

Mahbobeh Alborzi

Volume 07, Issue 1 , Winter and Spring 2012, , Pages 97-108

Abstract
  There are various methods and ways for the sociability of children. To this end, this study examines children’s point of view about corporal punishment from an Islamic and psychological ...  Read More
Mechanisms for the Proximity Between the Perspectives of the Shiite Jurisprudence and the International Human Rights System Regarding Corporal Punishment of Children
18. Mechanisms for the Proximity Between the Perspectives of the Shiite Jurisprudence and the International Human Rights System Regarding Corporal Punishment of Children

Seyed Javad Hoseynikhah

Volume 06, Issue 2 , Summer and Autumn 2011, , Pages 3-24

Abstract
  One of the challenging issues which families and societies face in rearing and upbringing is how to treat children’s misbehavior In Islamic perspective, especially Shiite jurisprudence, ...  Read More
Limits of Corporal Punishment of Children by Parents from Legal and Jurisprudential Perspectives
19. Limits of Corporal Punishment of Children by Parents from Legal and Jurisprudential Perspectives

Mohsen borhani

Volume 06, Issue 2 , Summer and Autumn 2011, , Pages 25-38

Abstract
  Article 59, paragraph 1 of the Islamic penal code of the Islamic Republic of Iran recognizes the parental treatment in the form of punishment, as a justification as long as it is reasonable. ...  Read More
Intellectuals and Idea of Human Rights (with Emphasis on the Second Pahlavi Era)
20. Intellectuals and Idea of Human Rights (with Emphasis on the Second Pahlavi Era)

Mahdi Rahbari; Mohammad Ghorbanpour Sheykhani

Volume 06, Issue 1 , Winter and Spring 2011, , Pages 45-60

Abstract
  “Human rights” is one of the most important achievements of western civilization which could affect the internal law of many countries. In spite of the fact that some states ...  Read More
The Authenticity Issue in the Interpretation of Human Rights:Critical Review of Mohammed Ghazali's Islamic View on UDHR
21. The Authenticity Issue in the Interpretation of Human Rights:Critical Review of Mohammed Ghazali's Islamic View on UDHR

Morteza Bahrani; Seyed Mohsen Alavipoor

Volume 05, Issue 2 , Summer and Autumn 2010, , Pages 3-18

Abstract
  The contemporary debates, among religious thinkers, over the relationship between religion and politics necessarily involve the relationship between right and obligation. Mohammed Ghazali ...  Read More
Relative or Absolute Freedom of Expression as One of Human Rights In Islamic and Western Foundations
22. Relative or Absolute Freedom of Expression as One of Human Rights In Islamic and Western Foundations

Badri Borandegi

Volume 05, Issue 2 , Summer and Autumn 2010, , Pages 39-54

Abstract
  Freedom of expression is a human right. Some experts agree with absolute freedom of expression. For them, the freedom of expression makes all options to be heard; the extent of people’s ...  Read More
Religiosity and Human Rights
23. Religiosity and Human Rights "A Comparative Study of the Relationship between Religiosity and Orientation to Human Rights among the Iranian Men and Women"

Majid Movahed; Maryam Hosseini

Volume 05, Issue 2 , Summer and Autumn 2010, , Pages 55-72

Abstract
  “Human rights” issue and its relationship with religious teachings is one of the controversial debates among thinkers. The aim of present study is to deal with the amount ...  Read More
Preventive Measures Taken by Islam to Avoid Bloodshed and War with Non-Muslims
24. Preventive Measures Taken by Islam to Avoid Bloodshed and War with Non-Muslims

Mohammad Rasoul Ahangaran

Volume 04, Issue 2 , Summer and Autumn 2009, , Pages 41-56

Abstract
  It is important to prevent bloodshed and war to the extent that it is proper to pay maximum attention to prevention of conflict in comparison with trying to extinguish the flames of ...  Read More
Humanitarian Law in Islam
25. Humanitarian Law in Islam

Ali Akbar Alikhani

Volume 04, Issue 1 , Winter and Spring 2009, , Pages 3-18

Abstract
  As one of the most important branches of Law, International Humanitarian Rights tries to restrain an armed conflict as much as possible - in case, despite preventive action, it happens ...  Read More