Human Rights Network
The University of Dundee Human Rights Network brings together academics from throughout the University, who work on human rights. The network aims to improve lives both within Scotland, and around the world, through research on important human rights issues. This is in line with the University’s mission, ‘to transform lives locally and globally’.
The network provides a thriving environment for research on human rights in Dundee. Expertise spans the areas of comics, education, history, human geography, law, literature, politics, and social work. Our members also have experience working with human rights NGOs, international courts, and governments.
We are proudly involved with the Scottish Human Rights Defender Fellowship.
- Jacques Hartmann (Law)
- Fernando Lannes Fernandes (Education and Social Work)
- Divya Jindal-Snape (School of Education and Social Work)
- Dr Golnar Nabizadeh (Humanities)
- Lorraine van Blerk (Geography and Environmental Science)
- Edzia Carvalho (Politics and International Relations)
- Claire Methven O'Brien (Law)
- Samuel White (Law)