Aims & Scope
The Journal of Islamic Studies on Human Rights and Democracy (IHRD) has taken a broad approach to legal scholarship in various fields related to Islam, Human Rights, Peace and Democracy within the borders of Muslim world and the Western concepts of Human Rights, Peace and Democracy.
The Journal of Islamic Studies on Human Rights and Democracy has established itself as a leading law journal for theoretical, interdisciplinary, comparative, and other conceptually oriented inquiries into Islamic law, Human Rights, Peace and Democracy.
The Journal regularly publishes articles that review the various law topics from differing perspectives as Islamic and Western legal philosophy, Islamic and western human rights law and other relevant issues. Global in relevance, international in scope, it publishes work by distinguished scholars from many regions of the world, including Islamic and western countries.
The Journal of Islamic Studies on Human Rights and Democracy serves as a new forum for the exchange of ideas and opinions that are related in more detail with the issues of Islam, Human Rights, Peace and Democracy.
The primary purpose of the IHRD is to publish original legal scholar views within the realm of Islamic studies on human rights, peace and democracy. It concerns a wide range of legal issues, including women and children rights in human rights law and Islamic world, the rule of law in Islamic world, approaches to peace in Muslim countries and in the West, the concepts of democracy in Islam and western human rights law, and other relevant issues.