Other Reports and Papers

The Human Rights Center’s research has also been featured in working papers and reports of other institutions.


Ketty Anyeko, Julie Freccero, and Kim Thuy Seelinger. “Improving Accountability for Conflict-related Sexual Violence in Africa” (Peace Brief no. 206, United States Institute of Peace, Washington, DC, June 2016).



Michele Harvey-Blankenship, Phuong N. Pham, and Rachel Shigekane. “Genetic Tracing, Disappeared Children and Justice” (Innocenti Working Paper no. 12, Children and Transitional Justice Working Paper Series, UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre, Florence, Italy, June 2010).

Eric Stover, Camille Crittenden, Alexa Koenig, Victor Peskin, and Tracy Hurd. “The Impact of the Rome Statute System on Victims and Affected Communities” (Discussion paper, Review Conference of the Rome Statute, International Criminal Court, Kampala, Uganda, May 30, 2010).



Jamie Fellner with Patrick Vinck. Targeting Blacks: Drug Law Enforcement and Race in the United States (New York: Human Rights Watch, May 2008).



Erin Baines, Eric Stover, and Marieke Wierda. War-Affected Children and Youth in Northern Uganda: Toward a Brighter Future; An Assessment Report (Chicago: John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, May 2006).



Hania Mufti and Eric Stover. Iraq: State of the Evidence (New York: Human Rights Watch, November 2004).



Harvey M. Weinstein and J. Franklin. Refugee Health 2000: A Blueprint for California’s Refugee Health Program (Sacramento: Refugee Health Section, California Department of Health Services, 1999).