Human Rights and Psychology - Overview


Human Rights Education for Psychologists

Routledge Press, 2020Continue Reading

Cambridge Handbook of Psychology and Human Rights

Cambridge Press, 2020Continue Reading

Research Handbook on Torture

Edgar Elgar Publishing, 2020Continue Reading

Journal Articles, Book Chapters

Human Rights and Applied Psychology

Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 2007Continue Reading

Human Rights and Psychology

Eurasian Journal of Anthropology, 2018Continue Reading

Human Rights Matter to Psychology; Psychology Matters to Human Rights

European Psychologist, 2019Continue Reading

Special Issue: Psychology and Human Rights

Peace and Conflict, 2015Continue Reading

The Intersection of Psychology and Human Rights

Psychology and Society, 2018Continue Reading

Towards a Human-Rights Based Psychology and Profession

Psychology and Developing Societies, 2016Continue Reading

Söderström, K., Hagenaars, P., Wainwright, T., Wagner, U. (2019). Human Rights Matter to Psychology – Psychology Matters to Human Rights. European Psychologist (2019), 24, pp. 99-101. Link through ResearchGate

Minami, M. (2020, Jul-Dec). Ubwiyunge Mubikorwa (reconciliation in action): Development and Field Piloting of Action-Based Psychosocial Reconciliation Approach in post-Gacaca Rwanda. Intervention-International Journal of Mental Health Psychosocial Work and Counselling in Areas of Armed Conflict, 18(2), 129-138.


Velez, G. (2018). Introduction to the special section: The intersection of psychology and human rights. Psychology and Society, 2018, 8 (2), 1-7.

Special issue on Psychology and Human Rights (2015) Peace and Conflict, 21,1.