Working papers are a good source for commentary on current topics. Search for more working paper collections by using "human rights and working papers" in a Google search.
To identify books in our collection, search LawCat using keywords. You can search using general keywords (women's human rights) or more specific terms (economic and social rights).
Rachel Murray, African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights: A Commentary (2019).
Katherine G. Young ed., The Future of Economic and Social Rights (2019).
Francisco Pascual-Vives, Consensus-based Interpretation of Regional Human Rights Treaties (2019).
Dinah Shelton ed., The Oxford Handbook of International Human Rights Law (2013).
Sarah Joseph and Adam McBeth, Research Handbook on International Human Rights Law (2010).
The main library offers many databases for locating journal literature from other disciplines, like international relations, peace and conflict studies, political science, public policy, and many more. To locate relevant databases, select the subject from the A-Z list. Databases noted as "Recommended" are good places to start.