Outputs & Publications
Koldo Casla, "International rights are only as good as the national mechanisms that protect them", Open Democracy, March 2018.
Koldo Casla and Jamie Burton, "The duty on public authorities to reduce socio-economic inequality needs to be brought into force", Legal Action Magazine, February 2018.
Koldo Casla, "Realism: Human Rights Foe?", D Orsi, JR Avgustin and M Nurnus (ed.), Realism in Practice: An Appraisal, E-International Relations, 2018, pp. 143-155, January 2018.
Koldo Casla, "The UK must commit to social rights for its citizens after Brexit", The Conversation, December 2017.
Koldo Casla, "Confirmed: The poor have borne the cost of tax and welfare reforms", Left Foot Forward, November 2017.
Koldo Casla, "The Future of Economic and Social Rights in the UK: Challenges, but also Opportunities", Claire-Michelle Smyth and Richard Lang (eds.), The Future of Human Rights in the UK, Cambridge Scholars, pp. 189-206, October 2017.
Kath Dalmeny, Koldo Casla, Elli Kontorravdis and Peter Roderick, "Beyond hunger and the food bank: a new right to food", The Baring Foundation Blog, September 2017.
Just Fair and Peter Roderick, "Submission to the Grenfell Tower Inquiry Consultation on Terms of Reference", July 2017.
Koldo Casla, Peter Roderick and Allyson M. Pollock, "Disclosure of patients' data to the UK Home Office must stop", BMJ 358, July 2017.
Koldo Casla, "SDGs and economic and social rights under the Brexit uncertainty", Social Watch, Spotlight on Sustainable Development, June 2017.
Peter Roderick and Allyson M. Pollock, "Brexit’s Great Repeal Bill will axe the right to health", BMJ 357, May 2017.
Peter Roderick, "Why civil and political rights have been easier to secure than social and economic ones", The Conversation, May 2017.
Koldo Casla, "After 50 years, it’s time to close the gap between different human rights", The Conversation, December 2016.