The aim of the Mediterranean Human Rights Review is to delineate the nexus between the development of human rights and their evolving scenarios of application; sometimes exalting and sometimes compromising them in an overarching Mediterranean context in which the only certainty is represented by cultural diversity and by the ongoing interaction between ancient people and ethnicities.
The Mediterranean Human Rights Review is an interdisciplinary platform, which draws on a broad academic landscape in order to foreground the human rights dimensions of national, transnational and supranational processes.
The Mediterranean Human Rights Review should appeal to all those who have an academic or practical interest in the development, promotion and enforcement of human rights in the Mediterranean region.
Format and publication information
The Mediterranean Human Rights Review is a refereed publication issued on an annual basis. Articles are published in the English language. The Mediterranean Human Rights Review is published by the Human Rights Programme of the University of Malta.
Published by the Human Rights Programme of the University of Malta. The contents of this document are the sole responsibility of the Human Rights Programme.
David Zammit and Ivan Mifsud
Amy Camilleri Zahra