The Centre for Global Constitutionalism is an interdisciplinary research institute devoted to analysis of the global and transnational aspects of human rights, democracy, and the rule of law.
Faculty and graduate students in political science and international relations, law, and cognate discipline participate in numerous activities, including research workshops, and collaborate with scholars in the UK and abroad.
The Centre for Global Constitutionalism was founded to mark Southampton’s status as host institution for Global Constitutionalism, an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal published by the Cambridge University Press. It is a forum for research presentations by external and internal speakers, work-in-progress sessions, and academic workshops and conferences as well as a hub for knowledge transfer activities and grant support.
The Centre is eager to support further interdisciplinary internal and external collaboration on human rights, democracy, and the rule of law. We welcome inquiries from potential collaborators and external stakeholders with an interest in our primary subject matter.