The editors would like to thank the following colleagues for the time and careful attention given to manuscripts they reviewed for Volume 1 of HRER.
University of Stockholm, Sweden
University of Northampton, UK
University of South-Eastern Norway, Norway
Danish Institute for Human Rights, Denmark
Old Dominion University, USA
Viola B. GEORGI
University of Hildesheim, Germany
Emory University, USA
University of Iceland, Iceland
Curtin University, Australia
Middlesex University, UK
Norwegian School of Theology, Norway
Hadi Strømmon LILE
Østfold University College, Norway
Center on Governance though Human Rights, Germany
University of Oxford, UK
Uppsala University, Sweden
Roosevelt University College, The Netherlands
Purdue University, USA
Keele University, UK
University College London, UK
University of British Columbia, Canada
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