The Rights Track

The Rights Track

Sound Evidence on Human Rights and Modern Slavery

Todd Landman, Christine Garrington

$40.00

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The Rights Track: Sound Evidence on Human Rights and Modern Slavery uses rich content from The Rights Track podcast [www.rightstrack.org] in an innovative book that enhances and enriches our understanding of the human rights challenges facing the world today. This book showcases the important role of evidence in tackling those challenges and explores the medium of podcasting as a tool for discussing how research evidence is used to protect and promote human rights. From counting torture victims to the joy of human rights, from modern slavery to gay rights, refugees to the radical right, the authors draw new insights and intelligence from conversations between podcast host Landman and an array of experts and advocates who are leaders in their field. Through close analysis of the voices and commentary of podcast guests from six series of the podcast, the authors illustrate the enduring importance of human rights and the need to keep talking about them.


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Todd Landman:

Professor Todd Landman is a human rights scholar and champion for the advancement of human rights understanding. He is Professor of Political Science, Pro-Vice Chancellor of the Faculty of Social Sciences, and Executive Director of the Rights Lab Research Beacon of Excellence at the University of Nottingham.

Christine Garrington is a former BBC radio journalist turned podcast producer. Through the Research Podcasts arm of her consultancy, she specialises in the communication of research through the medium of podcasts.

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Professor Todd Landman is a human rights scholar and champion for the advancement of human rights understanding. He is Professor of Political Science, Pro-Vice Chancellor of the Faculty of Social Sciences, and Executive Director of the Rights Lab Research Beacon of Excellence at the University of Nottingham.

Christine Garrington is a former BBC radio journalist turned podcast producer. Through the Research Podcasts arm of her consultancy, she specialises in the communication of research through the medium of podcasts.

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