A selection of research publications on human rights by gender researchers from Norway - published 1996-2006. Published research with gender perspective dated after 2006 can be found at Kilden.
Hellum, A. (1998). Women's Human Rights and African Customary Laws: Between Universalism and Relativism - Individualsim and Communitarianism. European Journal of Development Studies(3), 88-104.
Hellum, A. (1999). Women's human rights and legal pluralism in Africa: mixed norms and identities in infertility management in Zimbabwe. Oslo: Mond Books.
Hellum, A. (2000). Changing Law and Gender Relations in Post-colonial Africa: Options and Limits for the Subjects of Legal Pluralism. Law and Social Enquiry, 25(2), 635-655.
Hellum, A. (2006). From human development to human rights. a Southern African perspective on women's and teenage girls' right to reproductive choice, 33(1), 53-82.
Hellum, A., Stewart, J., & Bentzon, A. W. (1998). Pursuing grounded theory in law : South-North experiences in developing women's law. Harare: Mond books.
Staib, A. L. (2001). Women's human rights and reproductive autonomy: the argument of development, illustrated through adolescent girls' right to choose protection from procreation and sexually transmitted diseases. Oslo: Institutt for offentlig rett, Universitetet i Oslo.