About the Journal:
Human rights have acquired such special significance in today’s world that they are considered to be the foundation of human life and coexistence. The doctrines of human rights are the ones upon which human dignity is endorsed. All human beings are supposed to enjoy equal dignity and rights. Undoubtedly, all human beings want to live in a developed world along with security, spirituality, law, and morality; a world free from violence, discrimination, inequality, oppression and tyranny. A world full of justice, peace, freedom, and tolerance. Human rights should seek to provide a world as such for all humanity. Therefore, the Journal of Human Rights was founded in 2006 by the Center for Human Rights Studies, to provide a forum for high-quality, original research papers demonstrating sound research methods so as to broaden the theoretical principles of human rights, and to pursue the goals of the center. Since the Journal of Human Rights was first published, it has been regarded as one of the best sources of research in the field.
The Journal of the Human Rights invites submission of high quality research papers on any aspects of human rights by professors, scholars, experts and those interested in the field to help us provide a venue for studies disseminating new perspectives on the theory and practices of human rights in the world.
The Journal of Human Rights is an international, fully open-access, academic, peer-reviewed journal and follows a double blind review policy. This journal is published and sponsored by the Center for Human Rights Studies at Mofid University, Iran. This Semi-Annual journal publishes high-quality, original research papers twice a year in both online and printed versions in English and Persian. The papers in Persian should include the Abstract and References in English. The processing and publishing of manuscripts are free of charge. The manuscripts are commonly peer-reviewed in, at least, an eight-week time-frame. The Journal of Human Rights is a member of the International Committee on Publishing Ethics (COPE). Therefore, all members of the journal and the authors of articles submitted to the journal are required and obligated to observe all the principles of publication ethics of this committee.
Prof. Seyed Mohammad Ghari Seyed Fatemi
Prof. Rabeea Eskini Dr Janet E. Blake Dr. Mohammad Habibi Mojandeh Dr. Sattar Azizi Prof. Seyed Mohammad Qari Seyed Fatemi Dr. Mohammad Mahdi Meghdadi Dr. Seyed Mostafa Mir Mohammadi Dr. Seyed Ali Mir Mousavi
International Editorial Board:
Prof. Jack Donnelly Prof. Timothy William Waters Prof. Sarah Joseph Prof. William Schabas Prof. Fred Dallmayr Prof. Eva Brems Prof. Carl Pierce Wellman Prof. William Sweet Prof. Mashood Baderin Prof. Hilary Charlesworth Prof. Christoffel Hendrik Heyns
International Advisory Board:
Prof. Renate Holub Prof. Taliya Khabrieva Prof. Edward Joseph Alam Dr. Daniel Brumberg Prof. Károly Bárd Prof. Dirk Voorhoof Dr. Frank Haldemann
English Text Editor:
Dr. Elham Farahani
Print ISSN: 2423-6489
Online ISSN: 2538-6360
Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)
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The Journals of Human Rights got International Grade from MSRT among Iranian Academic Journals
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