The Human Rights Book Review are authors, publishers, librarians and information experts with decades of experience between us in human rights publications.
Michael Simon, the editor, has worked for and consulted with various organisations and government bodies worldwide for the past 16 years, practising public international law, civil rights and human rights. He has contributed to various books, journals and groundbreaking studies and reports.
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