Todd Landman

Professor of Political Science and Pro Vice Chancellor of the Faculty of Social Sciences, the University of Nottingham

Todd Landman is Professor of Political Science and Pro Vice Chancellor of the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Nottingham. He is the Executive Director of the Rights Lab, a University Research Beacon of Excellence delivering research to help end modern slavery. He is the author of numerous books and articles on development, democracy and human rights. His most notable books include Citizenship Rights and Social Movements (Oxford 1997), Issues and Methods in Comparative Politics (Routledge 2000, 2003, 2008, 2016), Protecting Human Rights (Georgetown University Press 2005), Studying Human Rights (Routledge 2006), Measuring Human Rights (Routledge 2009), and Human Rights and Democracy: The Precarious Triumph of Ideals (Bloomsbury 2013). He has carried out a large number of international consultancies for governments (Canada, UK, Sweden, Netherlands, Mongolia), non-governmental organisations (International Centre for Transitional Justice, Amnesty International, Minority Rights Group) and inter-governmental organisations (United Nations, International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance, EUROSTAT, European External Action Service).

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