The University of Leeds Human Rights Journal is a multidisciplinary publication created by students with the aim of providing a platform for ambitious undergraduates to publish their academic and creative work on the theme of human rights. It was founded in 2012 and is the first journal of its kind in the UK. Contributing to the University of Leeds Human Rights Journal provides students with an insight into the world of academic publishing and is particularly useful for those considering a career in academia. The journal is produced entirely by undergraduate students and those involved with the project are able to develop valuable skills to use in their future careers, including editing, design, finance and marketing and publicity.
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