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Publications

Books

Human Rights, State Compliance, and Social Change: Assessing National Human Rights Institutions (Cambridge University Press, 2012) with Ryan Goodman (eds.)

Book projects under review

Accountability and Human Rights Governance: National Human Rights Institutions as Intermediaries.

Articles under peer-review

Katerina Linos and Tom Pegram, ‘Architects of their own making: national human rights institutions and the United Nations,’ Human Rights Quarterly, submitted: June 2015.

Katerina Linos and Tom Pegram, ‘The Language of Compromise in International Agreements’, International Organization, revised and resubmitted: June 2015.

Articles (peer-reviewed journals)

Jeff Waage, Christopher Yap, Sarah Bell, Caren Levy, Georgina Mace, Tom Pegram et al., ‘Governing the UN Sustainable Development Goals: interactions, infrastructures, and institutions,’ The Lancet Global Health, vol. 3, no. 5, April 2015, pp. 251-252.

Tom Pegram, ‘Governing Relationships: The New Architecture in Global Human Rights Governance,’ Millennium, vol. 43, no. 2, January 2015, pp. 618-639.

Tom Pegram, ‘Global Human Rights Governance and Orchestration: National Human Rights Institutions as Intermediaries’, European Journal of International Relations, 6 October 2014, pp. 1-26.

Thomas Pegram, ‘Weak institutions, rights claims and pathways to compliance: the transformative role of the Peruvian Human Rights Ombudsman’, Oxford Development Studies, vol. 39, No. 2, June 2011, 229-250.

Thomas Pegram, ‘Diffusion across political systems: the global spread of national human rights institutions’, Human Rights Quarterly, vol. 32, No. 3, August 2010, pp. 729-760.

Thomas Pegram, ‘Accountability in hostile times: the case of the Peruvian Human Rights Ombudsman 1996-2001′, Journal of Latin American Studies, vol. 40, no. 1, February 2008, pp. 51-82.

Articles in progress

Katerina Linos and Tom Pegram, ‘Interrogating Form and Function: Designing Effective National Human Rights Institutions,’ target journal: American Journal of International Law

Par Engstrom and Tom Pegram, ‘Bridging the Gap: National Human Rights Institutions and Torture Prevention in Latin America,’ target journal: Comparative Political Studies

Tom Pegram, Liam O’Flaherty and Michele Acuto, ‘Transnational hybrid governance: new research directions in global governance,’ target journal: Global Governance

Claire Methven O’Brien and Tom Pegram, ‘The Role of National Human Rights Institutions in securing remedy for victims of business-related human rights abuses,’ target venue: International Law Association

Chapters in books

Niheer Dasandi, David Hudson and Tom Pegram, ‘Post-2015 Development Agenda Setting in Focus: Governance and Institutions,’ In J. Waage & C. Yap, Thinking Beyond Sectors for Sustainable Development (London: Ubiquity Press, 2015, forthcoming).

Thomas Pegram, ‘National human rights institutions and their potential role in prevention and response to mass atrocities in Latin America,’ in Monica Serrano (ed.), Responsibility to Protect in Latin America (Routledge Press, in press forthcoming 2015).

Thomas Pegram, ‘The Bolivian Human Rights Ombudsman and Economic, Social and Cultural Rights’, in Eva Brems et al. (eds.) The Role of National Human Rights Institutions in the Protection of Economic and Social Rights (Intersentia, 2013).

Thomas Pegram, ‘National human rights institutions in Latin America: Politics and institutionalization’, in Ryan Goodman and Thomas Pegram (eds.), Human Rights, State Compliance, and Social Change: Assessing National Human Rights Institutions (Cambridge University Press, 2012).

Ryan Goodman and Thomas Pegram, ‘Introduction: National human rights institutions, State Conformity, and Social Change’, in Ryan Goodman and Thomas Pegram (eds.), Human Rights, State Compliance, and Social Change (Cambridge University Press, 2012).

Thomas Pegram, ‘La Defensoría de los Habitantes de Costa Rica: ¿un puente entre el estado y la sociedad?’ in Yanina Welp & Laurence Whitehead (eds.), Caleidoscopio de la innovación democrática en América Latina (Mexico: FLACO, 2012).

Thomas Pegram, ‘Bridging the Gap: The Defensoría, Informal Institutions and the ‘Accountability Gap’ in Peruvian Politics’, in John Crabtree (ed.), Fractured Politics: Peruvian Democracy Past and Present (Institute for the Study of the Americas, May 2011).

Non-peer reviewed articles, reports and opinion pieces

David Coen and Tom Pegram, ‘Wanted: A Third Generation of Global Governance Research,’ Governance, forthcoming: October 2015.

Michele Acuto and Tom Pegram, ‘Introduction: Global Governance and the Theoretical Interregnum,’ Millennium, vol. 43, no. 2, January 2015, pp. 584-597.

Thomas Pegram, ‘Book review: Transitional Justice in Peru (by Rebecca Root)’, Journal of Latin American Studies, forthcoming 2014.

Thomas Pegram, The Equality and Human Rights Commission: Challenges and Opportunities, AHRC Public Policy Series No. 1 (Arts and Humanities Research Council, 2012).

Thomas Pegram, ‘International Standards and Local Reform Outcomes: Assessing the Equality and Human Rights Commission’, Equality and Human Rights Commission Project Working Paper Series, Human Rights Consortium (University of London, February 2012).

Thomas Pegram, ‘Brazil’s Upcoming Mega-Events Human Rights Legacy’, Human Rights & Human Welfare Journal Roundtable, University of Denver, 9 January 2012.

Thomas Pegram, ‘Human Rights as a Vocation: A Portrait of Ana María Romero Campero’, Harvard Review of Latin America (Harvard University: ReVista, Fall 2011).

Thomas Pegram, ‘The U.S. on the Palestinian Statehood Bid: Weighing the Costs’, Human Rights & Human Welfare Journal Roundtable, University of Denver, 12 November 2011.

Thomas Pegram, ‘The UN Security Council on Syria: Radical Change or Continuity?Human Rights & Human Welfare Journal Roundtable, University of Denver, 22 September 2011.