Dissertations are available at both the Center for Civil and Human Rights and the Notre Dame Law Library and can be checked out from the library.

Mykola Sorochynskyy, International Human Rights Law and Education: Rediscovering the Classical Tradition (May 2010)

Tae-Ung Baik, The Emerging Regional Human Rights System in Asia (May 2009)

Nidal Sliman, Reparations for Colonial Takings: Land Reform in Zimbabwe & South Africa (May 2008)

John Cencich, Crime and War: Piercing the Military Veil through International Criminal Justice (May 2008)

Adila Hassim, Protecting Social Rights in South Africa: From Theory to Practice (May 2006)

Joseph Isanga Mubiru, Law and religion in Uganda: towards a coexistence paradigm (May 2006)

Babafemi Adetunj Akiurinade, Human Rights Violations as a Cause and Effect of State Collapse in Africa (May 2005)

Ali M. Qazilbash, Human Rights, Environment and Development: Reinvigorating Efforts Toward a More Integrated Approach in South Asia (January 2005)

Garth Meintjes, (Un)Judging the Past in the Name of Truth and Reconciliation (January 2005)

Oladejo Justus Olowu, Implementing Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in Africa: An Integrative Rights Based Approach to Human Development (August 2004)

Kolawole Tajudeen Olaniyan, Toward Developing a Rights-Based Approach to Redressing Indigenous Spoliation in Nigeria (August 2003)

Margaret M. Munalula, The Legitimacy of Sovereign Debt: A Case Study of Zambia (May 2002)

Luc Reydams, Universal Jurisdiction: A Theoretical and Empirical Study (May 2001)

George William Mugwanya, Human Rights in Africa: Enhancing Human Rights Through the African Regional Human Rights System (May 2000)

Faustina Pereira, A Uniform Personal Code for Bangladesh: A concept and an Argument (May 1998)

Vinodh Jaichand, Achieving Racial Equality Through Reinstitution of Rights in Land in South Africa (May 1996)

Toomas Sillaste, Protection of Minorities in the Baltic States (August 1995)

Christine Mary Venter, Africa Meets the West: Reconciling Cultural Rights, Woman’s Rights and Human Rights in the New South Africa (May 1995)

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cchrrecruit2 The University of Notre Dame’s Center for Civil and Human Rights (CCHR) invites applications for its LL.M. degree program in international human rights law. The application deadline is January 15 for classes that begin in August 2014. Application information is available here.

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