Online Undergraduate Journal ‘Righting Wrongs’ Makes Its Debut

Righting Wrongs cover

The Institute for Human Rights & Humanitarian Studies is pleased to introduce a peer-reviewed, undergraduate journal that allows students to explore international human rights issues. In keeping with Webster University’s mission of preparing students for global citizenship, Righting Wrongs enables students worldwide to engage in complex problem-solving aimed at tackling some of the most pressing human rights concerns. View the  Righting Wrongs website.

Kelly McBride, Administrator of the Institute for Human Rights & Humanitarian Studies, is the journal’s production editor; Lindsey Kingston, Assistant Professor in the Department of History, Politics, & International Relations, and the Institute’s Associate Director, is the faculty advisor.

The second issue of Righting Wrongs will be published online in 2012. The blind peer-review process will be conducted by student editors and reviewers at Webster University, under the supervision of faculty advisors. Submissions will be accepted from undergraduate students at universities around the world. More information is on the Institute website.