Professor of Human Rights and Equality Law, Queen’s University Belfast
Christopher McCrudden is a professor of Human Rights and Law at the Queen’s University Belfast and University of Michigan Law School. Specializing in human rights, he concentrates on issues of equality and discrimination as well as the relationship between international and comparative human rights law. He has worked on issues of fair employment, human dignity and the equality of men and women. He is the author of Buying Social Justice, a book about the relationship between public procurement and equality, for which he was awarded a Certificate of Merit by the American Society of International Law, and Courts and Consociations, about the tensions between human rights and ethnic power-sharing arrangements that are common in peace agreements. His latest book is Understanding Human Dignity.