Selected literature

Emmi Jokinen

Emmi Jokinen

Davies, M.F., Gammeltoft Hansen, T., Hanna, E. (eds.), Human Rights Cities and Regions: Swedish and International Perspectives, Swedish Association of Local and Regional Authorities, Raoul Wallenberg Institute, 2017. 

Durmus, E.,“A typology of local governments’ engagement with human rights: Legal pluralist contributions to international law and human rights”, (2020) 38(1) Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights, 30–54.

Fernandez-Wulff, P. & Yap C., “The Urban Politics of Human Rights Practice” (2020) 12(2) Journal of Human Rights Practice, 409–427.

Gomes da Silva, K., “The new urban agenda and human rights cities: Interconnections between the global and the local”, (2018) 36(4) Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights, 290-310.

Gready, P. & Lockey, L.,“Rethinking Human Rights in York as a Human Rights City”, (2019) 90(3) The Political Quarterly 383–392.

Immler, N. & Sakkers, H.,“The UN-Sustainable Development Goals going local: learning from localising human rights”  The International Journal of Human Rights (2021), DOI: 10.1080/13642987.2021.1913411.

Philipp, S. and Starl, K. (eds.), Focusing on Human Rights at Local and Regional Level (2017), ETC Graz.

Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SALAR), Human rights at the local and regional level: A Platform for Policy and Operational Development (2017).

United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat), Mainstreatming Human Rights in the Digital Transformation Cities (2022).

The Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe, Human rights handbook for local and regional authorities, Vols. 1-3:
Fight against discrimination, Human Rights Handbook – Vol.1 (2019)
Social rights, Human Rights Handbook – Vol.2  
Environment and sustainable development, Human Rights Handbook – Vol.3