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International Human Rights

A guide to research sources for international human rights law prepared by the Bora Laskin Law Library.

Finding Journal Articles

  • To locate articles, start by searching indexes and databases.
  • This page lists indexes and databases useful for researching international human rights. For a more comprehensive list of legal indexes please see Bora Laskin library website’s ‘how to find journals’ page.  

Legal Journal Indexes and Databases

Here are some international human rights related databases. Not everything will be in one database, so it is good to search several.

Search for articles on interdisciplinary topics across databases

Search for articles across a massive multidisciplinary index by using the University of Toronto Libraries article search


Search Google Scholar

Set “University of Toronto Libraries - Get it! U of Toronto” in the scholar preferences configuration page and  search results will display with UofT access links, allowing direct access to material where available through UofT

Find More Legal Indexes

For a more comprehensive list of of legal indexes see Bora Laskin library Guide to finding law journals and articles

More Interdisciplinary Indexes and Databases