Bibliographies and research guides do some of the research for you! They're usually a list of articles and books on a specific topic. They can save you a lot of time in your research. Human rights law is an area that offers a wide range of bibliographies, both general and topic-specific (trafficking, crimes of honour, human rights in Asia, etc.)
- Annette Demers, Women and War: A Bibliography of Recent Works, 34 Int'l J. Legal Info. 98 (2006), available on HeinOnline (Georgetown only) or in print at INTL K9.N787.
- ASIL Guide to Electronic Resources for International Law: Human Rights.
- Human Rights Research: Frequently Asked Questions (Columbia)
- Mohamed Y. Mattar, Trafficking in Persons: An Annotated Legal Bibliography in 96 L. Libr. J. 669 (2004), available on HeinOnline (Georgetown only) or in print in Williams K12 .A93.
- United Nations Documentation: Research Guide on Human Rights
- University of Minnesota Human Rights Library
The Bibliographies and Guides and the Human Rights Topic Guides sections offer links to many research guides from different websites. The topics include honour crimes, asylum resources, crimes of war, and much more.
- Weissbrodt and Hoffman, Bibliography for Research on International Human Rights Law in 6 Minn. J. Global Trade 200 (1997), available on HeinOnline or in print at Williams INTL K13 .I69. An updated version of this guide is available as Selected Human Rights Instruments and Bibliography for Research on International Human Rights Law, 3rd ed. (Supplement to International Human Rights : Law, Policy, and Process (3rd ed.) INTL K3240.4 .N39 2001).
Updated 12/12 (ajs)
Revised 10/09 (mms)