Malcolm Langford

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Background

Malcolm Langford is a Professor of Public Law, University of Oslo and Co-Director of the Centre on Law and Social Transformation, Chr. Michelsen Institute and University of Bergen. 

A lawyer and social scientist, his publications span human rights, international development, international investment, comparative constitutionalism and the politics of the legal profession. Malcolm's awards include the University Medal in Economics from the University of NSW and the Young Scholar Prize from the European Society of International Law for his paper on Managing Backlash. He is the Co-Editor of the Cambridge University Book Series on Globalization and Human Rightsleads a major research programme on the politics of branding the Nordic Model, and co-coordinates three grants on the politics of rights from the Research Councils of Norway and Sweden. Malcolm also coordinates the Forum for Law and Social Science, co-directs the Global School on Socio-Economic Rights and Constitutional Law and Rights research group, and acts as an advisor to various UN bodies, governments and NGOs. He has previously been a Visiting Fellow at the University of California (Berkeley), Fridtjof Nansen Institute, University of Mannheim, University of Stellenbosch and Pluricourts Centre of Excellence, a Senior Legal Officer at the Centre on Housing and Evictions, Geneva (2001-2006), and a Research Fellow at the Norwegian Centre of Human Rights (2007-2014).

Teaching (Course Coordinator)

  • JUR9020 Internationalization and Comparativism (Ph.D)          
  • JUS2111: Public International Law
  • JUR5930 Comparative Public Law
  • ENGSEMJ English for Lawyers

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Tags: Human Rights, Constitutional Law, Socio-Legal Studies, International Economic Law, International Development, Methodology

Publications

Books

Human Rights and Development (Routledge, 2018) (Co-authored with P. Jones).

Handbook on Research Methods in Constitutional Law (Edward Elgar, 2018) - with David Law

Equality and Socio-Economic Rights: International Law in Context (forthcoming 2017) (Edited). Website

Disability Social Rights (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2017) (Edited with Michael Stein) Sample Chapter

The Human Right to Water: Theory, Practice and Prospects (Cambridge University Press, 2017) (Edited with A. Russell) Contents

Social Rights Judgments and the Politics of Compliance: Making it Stick (Cambridge University Press, 2017) (Edited with C. Rodriguez and J. Rossi) Website

The Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: A Commentary (Pretoria: Pretoria University Law Press, 2016) PDF

Socio-Economic Rights in South Africa: Symbols or Substance? (Cambridge University Press, 2014) (Edited with B. Cousins, J. Dugard and T. Madlingozi): Website

Millennium Development Goals and Human Rights: Past, Present and Future (Cambridge University Press, 2013) (Edited with A. Sumner and A. Yamin): Website

Teoría y jurisprudencia de los derechos sociales: Tendencias incipientes en el derecho internacional y comparado (Bogotá: Universidad de los Andes and Siglo del Hombre Editores, 2013). (Spanish translation of Social Rights Jurisprudence with some updates). Website

Global Justice, State Duties: The Extra-Territorial Scope of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2013) (Edited with M. Scheinin, W. Vandenhole and W. Van Genugten)  Website Introduction

Social Rights Jurisprudence: Emerging Trends in International and Comparative Law  (Cambridge University Press, 2008). pp. 704 (Editor), Author of Introduction - Excerpt, Hungary and CESCR Chapters: Book Website, Reviews - EHRLR HHRJ

Litigating Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: Legal Practitioners' Dossier (Geneva: COHRE, 2006), pp. 301 (with Aoife Nolan) PDF

Road to a Remedy: Current Issues in Litigation of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (AHRC and University of NSW Press, 2005) (Co-editor with B. Thiele and J. Squires),  Wrote Introduction and Chapter 7: Judging Resource Availability PDF

Guest Editor - Special Journal Issues

Quantifying Human Rights, in Nordic Journal of Human Rights, Vol. 30, No. 3 (2012), pp. 222-400 (with S. Fukuda-Parr). PDF

The Optional Protocol to the ICESCR: Perspectives on a New International Complaint and Inquiry Procedure, in Nordic Journal of Human Rights, Vol. 27, No. 1 (2009)  PDF

Journal Articles 

‘The Revolving Door in International Investment Arbitration’, Journal of International Economic Law, Vol. 20, No.2, 2017, pp. 301-332  – with Daniel Behn and Runar Lie. PDF

'Poor States or Poor Governance? Testing Claims of Bias in Investment Treaty Arbitration', Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business, 2017 - with Daniel Behn and Tarald Berge. (Review of Law and Economics)

‘Managing Backlash: The Evolving Investment Arbitrator?’, European Journal of International Law, forthcoming 2017 – with D. Behn. PDF

‘Trumping the Environment? An Empirical Perspective on Investment Treaty Arbitration’, World Journal of Investment and Trade, 18(1) (2017), 16-61 - with D. Behn. PDF

'Lost in Transformation? The Politics of the Sustainable Development Goals', Ethics and International Affairs, Vol. 30, No. 2 (2016), 167-176.  PDF

‘Rights, Development and Critical Modernity’, Development and Change Vol. 46, No. 4 (2015), 777-802 PDF.

'Why Judicial Review?', Oslo Law Review, Vol. 2, No.1, 36-84 PDF

'The New Apologists: the International Court of Justice  and Human Rights', Retfærd, Vol. 48, No. 1, pp. 49-78.

'Muddying the Water? Assessing Target-Based Approaches in Development Cooperation for Water and Sanitation', Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, Vol. 15, Nos. 2-3 (2014), pp. 247-260. PDF

'The Turn to Metrics', Nordic Journal of Human Rights, Vol. 30, No. 3 (2012), pp. 222-238 (with S. Fukuda-Parr). PDF

`Art or Science? Synthesising Lessons from Public Interest Litigation and the Dangers of Legal Determinism`, South African Journal on Human Rights Vol. 27, (2011), pp. 39-64 (with Jackie Dugard) PDF

'Between Demos and Ethnos: The Nepal Constitution and Indigenous Rights', International Journal on Minority and Group Rights, Vol. 18, No. 2 (2011) (with Peris Jones). PDF

'Constitutional Rights and Social Exclusion in Nepal', International Journal on Minority and Group Rights, Vol. 18, No. 2 (2011) (with Ananda Bhatterai). PDF

‘Å leve er også å bo: Norske boutgifter – i overensstemmelse med retten til bolig?”, Kritisk Juss, No. 2 (2011) (with Johannes Nilsen). PDF

'The New Kid on the Block: A Complaints Procedure for the Convention on the Rights of the Child', Nordic Journal of Human Rights, Volume 28, No. 3 (2010). PDF

'A Poverty of Rights: Six Ways to Fix the MDGs', IDS Bulletin, Vol. 41, No. 1 (2010), pp. 83-91 PDF

  • Reprinted in M. Grodin, D. Tarantola, G. Annas, and S. Gruskin (eds.), Health and human rights in a changing world, Routledge, London, 2013, 179-190.

'Right, Remedy or Rhetoric? Land Restitution in International Law', Nordic Journal of Human Rights, Vol. 28, No. 2 (2010).  PDF

'Domestic Adjudication of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: A Socio-Legal Survey', SUR -International Journal of Human Rights, Vol. 11 (2009) PDF

  • Reprinted in O. De Schutter (ed.), Economic, Social And Cultural Rights as Human Rights, Edward Elgar Publishing 2013, chapter 4.

‘Poverty in Developed States: International Human Rights Law and the Right to a Remedy’, German Yearbook of International Law (2009), pp. 251-289.

'Closing the Gap? An Introduction to the Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights', Nordic Journal of Human Rights, Vol. 27, No. 1 (2009), pp. 1-28. PDF

'Evolution or Revolution? Extrapolating from the Experience of the Human Rights Committee', Nordic Journal of Human Rights, Volume 27, No. 1 (2009), pp. 97-113. (with Martin Scheinin) PDF

Crossfire: There is no Human Right to Water for Livelihoods: A Debate with Melvin Woodhouse', Waterlines, Vol. 28, No. 1 (2009), pp. 5-12. PDF

‘The Path of Least Resistance: Expropriation and Eviction’, Land Reform, Land Settlement and Cooperatives, No. 1 (2008), pp. 32-45. PDF

'Global Precedent or 'Reasonable no More'? The Mazibuko Case', Journal of Water Law, October (2008), p. 73-78. PDF

'Beyond formalisation: The role of civil society in reclaiming the legal empowerment agenda', Legal Empowerment - A Way Out of Poverty, No. 4 (2007)

‘Ambition that overleaps itself? A Response to Stephen Tully’s ‘Critique’ of the General Comment on the Right to Water’, Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights, Vol. 26, No. 3 (2006), pp. 433-459. PDF

'Expectation of Plenty: Response to Stephen Tully', Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights, Vol. 26, No. 3 (2006), pp. 473-479. PDF

'The UN Concept of the Right to Water: New Paradigm for Old Problems?', International Journal of Water Resources Development, Vol. 21, No. 2 (2005), pp. 273-282. PDF

‘Nonsense upon Stilts: East Timor and the International Court of Justice’,  Australian Journal of Human Rights, Vol. 3 (1996), pp. 141-151 (with J Delaney).

‘The Gender Wage Gap in the 1990's’, Australian Economic Papers, Vol. 34 (1995), pp. 62-85. PDF

Review Essays and Book Reviews

Review of Human Rights, Corporate Complicity and Disinvestment, edited by G. Nystuen, A. Føllesdal and O. Mestad (Cambridge University Press, 2011), Modern Law Review , Vol. 75, No. 6 (2012), pp. 1178-1182. PDF

Keeping Up with the Fashion: Human Rights and Global Public Goods, International Journal on Minority and Group Rights, Vol. 16, No. 1 (2009), pp. 165-178. PDF

Book Chapters

‘Tempest in a Teapot: The International Investment Regime’, in T. Gammeltoft-Hansen and T. Aalberts (eds.), The Changing Practices of International Law: Sovereignty, Law and Politics in a Globalising World, 2017 – with D. Behn and Ole K. Fauchald.

‘Same-Sex Marriage in Polarised Times: Revisiting Joslin v New Zealand’, in E. Brems and E. Desmet (eds.), Rewriting Integrated Human Rights, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 2017.

‘Interdisciplinarity and Multimethodism’, in B.A. Andreassen, H.O. Sano and S. McIerney-Lankford (eds.), Human Rights Research Methods, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 2017, 161-191. PDF

’Socio-Economic Rights: Between Essentialism and Egalitarianism’, in R. Maliks & J. K. Schaffer (eds.), Moral and political conceptions of human rights: Implications for theory and practice, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2017.

‘The Norwegian Welfare State and Social Rights’, in T. Kotkas and K. Veitch, Social Rights and the Welfare State: Origins and Transformations, Routledge, London, 2017 Ch. 3.

’Poverty and Law: A Comparative Perspective’, in A. Durbach, B. Edgeworth, V. Sentas, eds., (2016), Law and Poverty in Australia: 40 Years after the Sackville Report, Federation Press, Sydney, ch. 4.

‘The View from Elsewhere: Scandinavian Penal Practices and International Critique’, in P.S. Smith, T. Ugelvik (eds.), Scandinavian Penal History, Culture and Prison Practice, Palgrave MacMillan, 2017 - with JK Schaffer, A.D. Fisher and F. Pareus. 

'The Worlds of Human Rights: Between Myths and Politics', in H. Jordheim and E. Sandmo (eds.), Conceptualizing the World (New York, Berghahn Books, forthcoming).

'Muddying the Water? Assessing Target-based Approaches in Development Cooperation for Water and Sanitation', in Sakiko Fukuda-Parr and Alicia Yamin (eds.), The MDGs, Capabilities and Human Rights: The power of numbers to shape agendas (London: Routledge, 2015) - with Inga Winkler.

'The Justiciability of Social and Economic Rights' in Challenges in International Human Rights Law (Ashgate, 2014).

'Judicial Review in National Courts: Recognition and Responsiveness', in E. Riedel, G. Giacca and C. Golay (eds.), Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in International Law: Contemporary Issues and Challenges (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014), Ch. 15.

'South Africa: From Struggle to Idealism and Back Again', in B. Andreassen and G. Crawford (ed.), Human Rights, Power and Non-Governmental Action: Comparative analyses of rights-based approaches and civic struggles in development contexts (London: Routledge, 2013), Ch. 4 (with B. Derman, T. Madligonzi, K. Moyo, J. Dugard, A.Hellum and S. Shirinda).

'De justiciabilité des droits sociaux: une analyse socio-juridique', in D. Roman (eds.), La justiciabilité des droits sociaux: Vecteurs et résistances
 (Editions A. Pedone, 2012).

“The Right to Water”, in S. Woolman, M. Bishop and J. Brickhall, Constitutional Law of South Africa (Juta/UCT Press, 2011) (Coauthored with R. Stacey and D. Chirwa).

'Cosmopolitan Competition: The Case of International Investment', in Katja Aas and Cecilia Bailliet, Cosmopolitan and its Discontents (London: Routledge, 2011). PDF

'Social Security and Children: Testing the Boundaires of Human Rights and Economics', in Stephen Marks, Bård Anders Andrassen and Arjun Sengupta, Freedom from Poverty as a Human Right: Economic Perspectives (Paris: UNESCO Publishing, 2009), pp. 193-217. PDF

'A Sort of Homecoming: Extra-Territorial Obligationss and the Right to Housing' in Mark Gibney and Sigrun Skogly, Universal Human RIghts Obligations  (Pennsylvania University Press, 2010) Website

Expropriation and Eviction: Grassroots and Human Rights Perspectives on compulsory Acquisition', in Compulsory Purchase and Compensation in Land Acquisition and Takings (Espoo: Publication B123 in Real Estate Studies and Economic Law, Helsinki University of Technology, 2008), pp. 174-194

‘Los derochos humanos y la crisis mundiales del agua: de la ley a la práctica', in M. Mancisidor (ed.), El derecho humano al agua: situación y retos de futuro (Barcelona: Icaria, 2008), pp. 55-81.

‘The Right to Social Security and Implications for Law, Policy and Practice’ in Eibe Riedel (ed.) Social Security as a Human Right: Drafting a General comment on Article 9 ICESCR – Some challenges (Berlin: SpringerVerlag, 2007), pp. 29-53. PDF

'Tragedy or Triumph of the Commons: Human Rights and the World Water Crises', Human Rights 2006: The Year in Review (Melbourne: Castan Centre for Human Rights Law, University of Monash, 2007), pp. 9-39.

The Justiciability of Social and Economic Rights: An Updated Appraisal (Belfast: Committee on the Administration of Justice, 2007) and Working Paper No. 14, Centre for Human Rights and Global Justice, New York University (with Bruce Porter and Aoife Nolan) PDF.

'The Right to Water in National Law: A Review', in Eibe Riedel (ed.), The Human Rights to Water (Berlin: Berliner WissenschaftsVerlag, 2006), pp. 115-126.

'El derecho humano al agua', in El derocho humano al agua en Mexico, Centroamerica y en al Caribe - Visiones versus Realidades (Berlin: Heinrich Bell Foundation, 2006) (with Ashfaq Khalfan).

'Right to Water', in Matthew Chaskalson, Janet Kentridge, Jonathan Klaaren, Gilbert Marcus, Derk Splitz and Stuart Woolman (eds.), Constitutional Law  of South Africa 2nd Ed. (Pretoria: Juta and Centre for Human Rights, 2005), pp. 56B1-28 (with Anton Kok)

'Right to Water in the South African Constitution', in Danie Brand and Christoph Heyns (eds.), Socio-Economic Rights in South Africa (Pretoria: Pretoria University Press, 2005), pp. 191-208 (with Anton Kok)

Working Papers

Poor states or poor governance? Explaining Outcomes in Investment Treaty Arbitration, Conference on Empirical Legal Studies, Amsterdam, June 2016 - with D. Behn and T. Berge PDF

Norwegian Lawyers and Political Mobilization: 1623-2015, presented at the Department for Public and International Law, University of Oslo, 12 January 2016 PDF.

The Nordic Human Rights Paradox: Moving Beyond Exceptionalism, with Johan Karlsson Schaffer. PDF

Compliance with the Convention Against Torture, with Aled DilwynFisher and Johan Karlsson Schaffer. PDF

A Distorted Metric: The MDGs, Human Rights and Maximum Available Resources, with Ed Anderson. PDF.

The Art of the Impossible: Measurement Choices and the Post-2015 Development Agenda, Background Paper for Governance and human rights: Criteria and measurement proposals for a post-2015 development agenda, OHCHR/UNDP Expert Consultation, New York, 13-14 November 2012 PDF

The Human Rights of Eastern European Roma in Norway, Presentation,Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, 17 December 2012. Powerpoint

Educating Everyone? Denial, Prejudice and the Reservoirs of Hate in the Wake of the Oslo Massacres, Keynote Speech, 2nd International Conference on Human Rights Education, 14-16 November 2011, Durban. (PDF forthcoming)

Reasonable or Risky? Norwegian Ratification of the Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, Working Paper, Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, 17 June 2011.

A Global Greencard? Putting Migration Back into Development, presented at Development Studies Association Conference, London, 4 November 2010 Abstract

A Complaints Procedure for the Convention on the Rights of the Child: A Commentary on the Second Draft, Working Paper, SERP, Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, February 2011 (with Sevda Clark)

A Complaints Procedure for the Convention on the Rights of the Child: A Commentary on the Second Draft, Working Paper, SERP, Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, December 2010 (with Sevda Clark) PDF

Refraction? The Constitutional-Regional Variable and the Domestic Effects of International Human Rights Treaties, presented at the Colloquium on the Domestic Consequences of Internaitonal Human Rights Treaty Ratification, New York University, 15-16 October 2010.

Right to Sanitation in Internaitonal Law, Working Paper, U.N. Doc. A/HRC/12/NI/7, presented at the UN Human Rights Council, 4 September 2009. PDF

Mining the Gap? Reconciling Human Rights and Bilateral Investment Arbitration - The Forresti Case, Presented at Bilateral Investment Treaties and Human Rights, Rights and Democracy, 19-20 March 2009  (with Khulekani Moyo).

Dignity in the Rubble: Forced Evictions and International Human Rights Law, COHRE Working Paper (2005). PDF

Indicators for the Right to Water: Concept Paper (Berlin: Heinrich Boell Foundation, Bread for the World and Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions, 2005) (with Virginia Roaf and Ashfaq Khalfan).

Best Practice Disability Employment Policy, Working Paper, Eden Network, February 2000.

The World Market for Desiccated Coconut: A Philippines Perspective, Research Report No. 5, Australian Centre for Agricultural Research, Centre for Applied Economic Research, University of NSW, 1994.

Reports

Criminalisation of Homelessness in Oslo: An Investigation (Oslo: Norwegian National Institution for Human Rights, 2015) PDF

Human Rights and the MDGs in Practice: A Review of Country Strategies and Reporting (Geneva: UN OHCHR, 2010)

Bilateral Investment Treaty Policy Framework Review - South Africa: Submission (LRC, CALS; NCHR, 2009), pp. 53 (with J. Maupin), PDF

Claiming the MDGS: A Human Rights Approach (Geneva: Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, 2008), pp. 52. PDF

Water Services Fault Lines: An Assessment of South Africa’s Water and Sanitation Provision across 15 Municipalities (Johannesburg: Centre for Applied Legal Studies 2008) pp. 88 (with Kate Tissington, Marc Dettmann, Jackie Dugard and Sonkita Conteh). 

Human Rights Report: South Africa, Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, Oslo, Five Reports, October 2007 - December 2009.

Kenyan-German development cooperation in the water sector: Assessment from a human rights perspective, on behalf of the GTZ cross-sectoral project “Realising Human Rights in Development Cooperation”, Eschborn, May 2007 (with Munguti Katui Katua, Ashfaq Khalfan, and Monika Lüke).

Beyond Formalisation: A land rights agenda for Norwegian development and foreign policy, The Norwegian Forum for Environment and Development, June 2007 (Editor).

Listening to the Poor: Housing Rights in Nairobi, Kenya (Geneva: COHRE, 2006), pp. 166 

Slum Upgrading and Human Rights (Geneva: COHRE Kenya Housing Rights Project, 2005) (with Leslie Quitzow and Virginia Roaf).

Litigating Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: Achievements, Challenges and Strategies (Geneva: Centre on Housing Rights & Evictions, 2003), pp.184.

Indigenous Deaths in Custody 1989-1996: A Report Prepared by the Office of the Aboriginal and Toerres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner (Sydney: HREOC, 1996)

Selected Media

'Frp bøyer ikke av for presset og beholder Hagen som kandidat til Nobelkomiteen', Aftenposten, 29 November 2017.

'Jusprofessorer vil ha gjennomgang av valgrutinene til Nobelkomiteen', NRK, 29 November 2017.

'Med makt til å trakassere', Klassekampen, 25 November 2017. 

'Arrestasjoner Catalonia', NRK Dagsnytt 18, 3 November 2017.

'President Trump vil avskaffe USAs Green Card-lotteri', NRK Studio 2, 2 November 2017.

'Nikabforbud er symbolpolitikk som innskrenker de rammedes frihet', Aftenposten18 October 2017 - with Marion Stavsøien.

'Tredjestaters støtte til et løsrevet Catalonia kan tolkes som en krenkelse av Spanias suverenitet', Aftenposten, 9 October 2017.

'Ekspert: – Militsgrupper i Charlottesville gjør situasjonen mer spent', Intervju, VG, 14 August 2017

'Økt jaging av fattige er et tvilsomt grep', Dagbladet, 11 August 2017.

'Da fortet åpnet portene', Klassekampen, 25. July 2017, with Johan Schaffer, Eirinn Larsen and Veronique Pouillard

'Amerikansk høyesteretts mest konservative?' Dagbladet, 13 July 2017.

'Oslo kommune bør opprette flere sengeplasser for tilreisende bostedsløse', Vårt Oslo, 29 May 2017.

'USAs angrep mot Syria var ulovlig', Aftenposten, 11 April 2017.

'Trumps innreiseforbud kan ha en sjanse i Høyesterett', TV2, 16 March 2017.

'Duket for intern maktkamp', Klassekampen, 6 February 2017.

'Public responses to 'hot button' court decisions', ABC New Radio, 7 June 2016.

'Har vi vedtatt en sexkjøpslov som gjør livet farligere for andre mennesker?' Aftenposten, 21 April 2016.

'Funnene som er funnet i den nye rapporten om soveforbudet, er så alvorlige at de fordrer politisk endring', Dagbladet, 28 August 2015 - with K. Hogdahl.. 

Intervju i Dagsavisen, H. Skjeseth, ‘Færre fattige og mindre sult’, 8 juli 2014.

'Jens, vi trenger en boligstatsråd' [Prime Minister, we need a Housing Minister], Dagsavisn, 17 November 2011 Link

'Plikt til å debattere, om ikke til å stemme' [A duty to debate, if not to vote], Dagbladet 29 August 2011, p. 51. PDF

'Fattigdomspropaganda' [Poverty Propaganda], Dagbladet, 22 September 2010 PDF (Response by Foreign and Development Ministers)

'Fotball-VMs mørke side' [The World Cup's Dark Side], Aftenposten, 10 July 2010 Link

'Asylsøkerne har ikke skylden' [Don't blame Asylum Seekers] Aftenposten, 16 February 2009  Link

'Clarity needed on SA's bilateral treaties', Business Day, 11 November 2009 (with Jason Brickhall and Mary Munyembate) PDF

‘Ikke glem oss!’[Don’t forget us!], Aftenposten, 6 June  2009, p. 3, Reply with Tore Rem. [PDF]

’Et rom for ytringsfrihet’[A space within freedom of expression], Aftenposten, 14 May  2009, p. 3, Reply with Tore Rem. PDF

‘The Department must do more than tread water’ Business Day, 26 November 2008 p. 15 (with Jackie Dugard). PDF

‘Ja til overgrep? Norge har gjort en helvomvending i FNS Menneskerettighetsråd’ [Yes to violations? Norway’s backflip in the Human Rights’ Council], Klassekampen, 28 April 2008, p. 13 (with Asbjørn Eide).

‘Vann til alle!’ [Water for everyone!], Dagbladet, Wednesday 3 October 2007 (with Elise Christensen).

'Zimbabwe slum evictions  'a crime'', BBC, 23 May 2007 PDF

Shorter Articles

'The Ethics and Empirics of Double Hatting', ESIL Reflection, Vol. 6, No. 7 (2017), pp. 1-12.

'Kriminaliseringen av hjemløshet: hvordan går Oslo fram?', MRbloggen, 4 September 2015.

'Between Fundamentalisms', I Am Charlie Cartoon Festival, 27 February 2015, Drammen Theatre, speech and blog.

’Därför nedprioriterar Norden mänskliga rättigheter’, Axess No. 5 (2012) (with J. K. Schaffer) Link

’Rett til vann’ [Right to Water], in "Oljetønner og kaffebønner - kampen om naturressursene" (LAG, 2008).

‘Housing Rights in Europe, Just News: Human Rights in Northern Ireland, April 2007, pp. 4-5.

‘A place to call home? Migrants and Housing Rights’, Habitat Debate, Vol. 12, No. 3 (2006) (with Monika Lueke).

'‘The Right to Return, Resettlement and Restitution after the Tsunami disaster’, LST Review, Vol. 16, No. 218, December 2005, pp. 15-21 (with Bret Thiele).

‘The Right to Return and Resettlement after the Tsunami disaster’, Disaster Brief, Vol. 2, No.2 (2005).

‘Judging Social Rights, Human Rights Tribune, Vol. 11, No. 3 (2005).

‘Gathering Steam? A Review of Recent Cases from the European Committee on Social Rights’, Housing & ESC Rights Law Quarterly, Vol. 2. No 2 (2005), pp. 3-4.

‘A glass half full: recent advances in the right to water, The Optimist, Winter, 2005, (with Ashfaq Khalfan)

‘Right to Water and Sanitation’ in Human Rights Reference Handbook (UN University for Peace, Costa Rica, 2004)

‘The Question of Resources’, Housing & ESC Rights Law Quarterly, Vol. 1 No.3 (2004), pp. 1-4.

 ‘Justiciability of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights’, Right to Food Journal, Winter 2003.

‘Slum-Dwellers Rights to Life & Property: Öneryildiz v Turkey’, Housing & ESC Rights Case Law Update, Issue 1, May 2003.

‘The Right to Food in Australia’, Human Rights Defender, Vol. 8, (December 1999).

‘Pride, Prejudice and Persistence: the Gender Wage Gap’, Values (Summer 1996/7), pp. 1-3.

‘Aboriginal Deaths in Custody’ (1996) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander News, Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission.

‘Economic Dimensions of Human Rights Workshop’ Human Rights Defender, Vol.  5 (March 1996), p. 15.

‘East Timor - The World Court Mumbles’ Human Rights Defender, Vol. 4 (August 1995).

petition

  • Langford, Malcolm; Behn, Daniel Friedrich & Fauchald, Ole Kristian (2018). Backlash and State Strategies in International Investment Law, In Tanja Aalberts & Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen (ed.),  The Changing Practices of International Law.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 978-1-108-42597-1.  4.
  • Langford, Malcolm & Behn, Daniel Friedrich (2017). Managing Backlash: The Evolving Investment Treaty Arbitrator?. European journal of international law.  ISSN 0938-5428.
  • Behn, Daniel Friedrich; Berge, Tarald Laudal & Langford, Malcolm (2017). Poor States or Poor Governance? Testing Claims of Bias in Investment Treaty Arbitration'. Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business.  ISSN 0196-3228.
  • Behn, Daniel Friedrich & Langford, Malcolm (2017). Trumping the Environment: Empirical Perspectives on Investment Treaty Arbitration. Journal of World Investment and Trade.  ISSN 1660-7112.  s 8- 55
  • Langford, Malcolm (2017). Interdisciplinarity and Human Rights, In Bård A. Andreassen; Hans-Otto Sano & Siobhán McInerney-Lankford (ed.),  Research Methods in Human Rights : a Handbook.  Edward Elgar Publishing.  ISBN 9781785367793.  8.
  • Langford, Malcolm (2017). Privatisation and the Right to Water, In Malcolm Langford & Anna Russell (ed.),  The Human Right to Water: Theory, Practice and Prospects.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 9781107010703.  13.  s 461 - 500
  • Langford, Malcolm (2017). Same-Sex Marriage in Polarised Times: Revisiting Joslin v New Zealand, In Eva Brems & Ellen Desmet (ed.),  Integrated Human Rights in Practice: Rewriting Human Rights Decisions.  Edward Elgar Publishing.  ISBN 978 1 78643 379 4.  10.
  • Langford, Malcolm (2017). The Norwegian welfare state and social rights, In Toomas Kotkas & Kenneth Veitch (ed.),  Social Rights in the Welfare State: Origins and Transformations.  Routledge.  ISBN 9781138693944.  2.  s 35 - 57
  • Langford, Malcolm; Behn, Daniel Friedrich & Lie, Runar (2017). The Revolving Door in In International Investment Arbitration. Journal of international economic law (Oxford).  ISSN 1369-3034.  20(2), s 301- 331 . doi: 10.1093/jiel/jgx018
  • Langford, Malcolm & Kahanovitz, Steven (2017). South Africa: Rethinking Enforcement Narratives, In Malcolm Langford; Cesar Rodriguez-Garavito & Julieta Rossi (ed.),  Social Rights Judgments and the Politics of Compliance: Making it Stick.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 978-1-107-16021-7.  10.  s 317 - 352
  • Langford, Malcolm; Rodriguez-Garavito, Cesar & Rossi, Julieta (2017). Introduction: From Jurisprudence to Compliance, In Malcolm Langford; Cesar Rodriguez-Garavito & Julieta Rossi (ed.),  Social Rights Judgments and the Politics of Compliance: Making it Stick.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 978-1-107-16021-7.  1.  s 3 - 42
  • Langford, Malcolm (2016). Lost in Transformation? the Politics of the Sustainable Development Goals. Ethics and International Affairs.  ISSN 0892-6794.  30(2), s 167- 176 . doi: 10.1017/S0892679416000058
  • Langford, Malcolm (2016). Substantive Obligations, In Malcolm Langford; Bruce Porter; Julieta Rossi & Rebecca J. Brown (ed.),  The Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: A Commentary.  Pretoria University Law Press (PULP).  ISBN 978-1-920538-50-7.  7.  s 203 - 251
  • Langford, Malcolm & de Albuquerque, Catarina (2016). The Origins of the Optional Protocol, In Malcolm Langford; Bruce Porter; Julieta Rossi & Rebecca J. Brown (ed.),  The Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: A Commentary.  Pretoria University Law Press (PULP).  ISBN 978-1-920538-50-7.  2.  s 17 - 35
  • Langford, Malcolm; Porter, Bruce; Rossi, Julieta & Brown, Rebecca J. (2016). Introduction, In Malcolm Langford; Bruce Porter; Julieta Rossi & Rebecca J. Brown (ed.),  The Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: A Commentary.  Pretoria University Law Press (PULP).  ISBN 978-1-920538-50-7.  1.  s 1 - 15
  • Langford, Malcolm; Telson, Natasha & Lorens, Cheryl Jenna (2016). The Inter-State Procedure, In Malcolm Langford; Bruce Porter; Julieta Rossi & Rebecca J. Brown (ed.),  The Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: A Commentary.  Pretoria University Law Press (PULP).  ISBN 978-1-920538-50-7.  5.  s 147 - 171
  • Langford, Malcolm (2015). Rights, development and critical modernity. Development and Change.  ISSN 0012-155X.  46(4), s 777- 802 . doi: 10.1111/dech.12184
  • Langford, Malcolm (2015). The New Apologists: The International Court of Justice and Human Rights. Retfærd. Nordisk Juridisk Tidsskrift.  ISSN 0105-1121.  38(1), s 49- 78
  • Langford, Malcolm (2015). Why Judicial Review?. Oslo Law Review.  ISSN 2387-3299.  (1), s 36- 85 . doi: 10.5617/oslaw2351 Full text in Research Archive.
  • Langford, Malcolm & Winkler, Inga (2015). Muddying the Water? Assessing Target-based Approaches in Development Cooperation for Water and Sanitation, In Alicia Yamin & Sakiko Fukuda-Parr (ed.),  The MDGs, Capabilities and Human Rights: The power of numbers to shape agendas.  Routledge.  ISBN 978-1-13-885673-8.  11.
  • Langford, Malcolm (2014). Housing rights litigation: Grootboom and beyond, In Malcolm Langford; Ben Cousins; Jackie Dugard & Tshepo Madlingozi (ed.),  Socio-Economic Rights in South Africa: Symbols or Substance?.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 978-1-107-02114-3.  Kapittel 7.  s 187 - 225
  • Langford, Malcolm (2014). Introduction : civil society and socio-economic rights, In Malcolm Langford; Ben Cousins; Jackie Dugard & Tshepo Madlingozi (ed.),  Socio-Economic Rights in South Africa: Symbols or Substance?.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 978-1-107-02114-3.  Kapittel 1.  s 1 - 32
  • Langford, Malcolm (2014). Judicial Review in National Courts: Recognition and Responsiveness, In Eibe Riedel; Gilles Giacca & Christopher Golay (ed.),  Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights in International Law: Contemporary Issues and Challenges.  Oxford University Press.  ISBN 978-0-19-968597-4.  Kapittel 15.  s 417 - 447
  • Langford, Malcolm; Dugard, Jackie; Madlingozi, Tshepo & Cousins, Ben (2014). Concluding perspectives, In Malcolm Langford; Ben Cousins; Jackie Dugard & Tshepo Madlingozi (ed.),  Socio-Economic Rights in South Africa: Symbols or Substance?.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 978-1-107-02114-3.  Kapittel 15.  s 421 - 458
  • Langford, Malcolm; Nolan, Aoife & Porter, Bruce (2014). The Justiciability of Social and Economic Rights: an Updated Appraisal, In Menno T. Kamminga (ed.),  Challenges in International Human Rights Law.  Ashgate.  ISBN 978-1-4094-4436-7.  Chapter 4.  s 89 - 126
  • Langford, Malcolm & Winkler, Inga (2014). Muddying the Water? Assessing Target-based Approaches in Development Cooperation for Water and Sanitation. Journal of Human Development and Capabilities.  ISSN 1945-2829.  15(2-3), s 247- 260 . doi: 10.1080/19452829.2014.896321
  • Langford, Malcolm; Derman, William; Madlingozi, Tshepo; Moyo, Khulekani; Dugard, Jackie; Hellum, Anne & Shirinda, Shirhami (2013). South Africa: from struggle to idealism and back again, In Bård A. Andreassen & Gordon Crawford (ed.),  Human Rights, Power and Civic Action - Comparative Analyses of Struggles for Rights in Developing Societies.  Routledge.  ISBN 978-0-415-66903-0.  Chapter 5.  s 120 - 153
  • Langford, Malcolm (2013). A poverty of rights : : six ways to fix the MDGs, In Michael Grodin; Daniel Tarantola; George Annas & Sofia Gruskin (ed.),  Health and human rights in a changing world.  Routledge.  ISBN 978-0-415-50399-0.  11.  s 179 - 190
  • Langford, Malcolm (2013). Civil and political rights and the post-2015 agenda : once more unto the breach, In Malcolm Langford; Andy Sumner & Alicia Ely Yamin (ed.),  The Millennium Development Goals and Human Rights: Past, Present and Future.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 978-1-107-03191-3.  Kapittel 21.  s 503 - 535
  • Langford, Malcolm (2013). Domestic Adjudication and Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: A Socio-Legal Review, In Olivier De Schutter (ed.),  Economic, Social And Cultural Rights As Human Rights.  Edward Elgar Publishing.  ISBN 978 0 85793 075 0.  4.
  • Langford, Malcolm (2013). Rethinking the metrics of progress : the case of water and sanitation, In Malcolm Langford; Andy Sumner & Alicia Ely Yamin (ed.),  The Millennium Development Goals and Human Rights: Past, Present and Future.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 978-1-107-03191-3.  19.  s 461 - 483
  • Langford, Malcolm; Coomans, Fons & Isa, Felipe Gómez (2013). Extraterritorial duties in international law, In Malcolm Langford; Wouter Vandenhole; Martin Scheinin & Willem van Genugten (ed.),  Global Justice, State Duties: The Extraterritorial Scope of Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights in International Law.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 978-1-107-01277-6.  Kapittel 3.  s 51 - 113
  • Langford, Malcolm & Darrow, Mac (2013). Moral theory, international law and global justice, In Malcolm Langford; Wouter Vandenhole; Martin Scheinin & Willem van Genugten (ed.),  Global Justice, State Duties: The Extraterritorial Scope of Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights in International Law.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 978-1-107-01277-6.  Kapittel 14.  s 419 - 444
  • Langford, Malcolm; Scheinin, Martin; Vandenhole, Wouter & Genugten, Willem van (2013). Preface, In Malcolm Langford; Wouter Vandenhole; Martin Scheinin & Willem van Genugten (ed.),  Global Justice, State Duties: The Extraterritorial Scope of Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights in International Law.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 978-1-107-01277-6.  Preface.  s XVII - XVIII
  • Langford, Malcolm; Sumner, Andy & Yamin, Alicia Ely (2013). Introduction : situating the debate, In Malcolm Langford; Andy Sumner & Alicia Ely Yamin (ed.),  The Millennium Development Goals and Human Rights: Past, Present and Future.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 978-1-107-03191-3.  kapittel 1.  s 1 - 34
  • Langford, Malcolm; Vandenhole, Wouter; Scheinin, Martin & Genugten, Willem van (2013). Introduction : an emerging field, In Malcolm Langford; Wouter Vandenhole; Martin Scheinin & Willem van Genugten (ed.),  Global Justice, State Duties: The Extraterritorial Scope of Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights in International Law.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 978-1-107-01277-6.  Kapittel 1.  s 3 - 31
  • Langford, Malcolm; Yamin, Alicia Ely & Sumner, Andy (2013). Back to the future : reconciling paradigms or development as usual?, In Malcolm Langford; Andy Sumner & Alicia Ely Yamin (ed.),  The Millennium Development Goals and Human Rights: Past, Present and Future.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 978-1-107-03191-3.  Kapittel 22.  s 539 - 558
  • Langford, Malcolm & Fukuda-Parr, Sakiko (2012). The turn to metrics. Nordic Journal of Human Rights.  ISSN 1891-8131.  30(3), s 222- 238
  • Dugard, Jackie & Langford, Malcolm (2011). Art or Science? Synthesising Lessons from Public Interest Litigation and the Dangers of Legal Determinism. South African journal on human rights.  ISSN 0258-7203.  27(1), s 39- 64
  • Jones, Peris Sean & Langford, Malcolm (2011). Between Demos and Ethnos: The Nepal Constitution and Indigenous Rights. International Journal on Minority and Group Rights.  ISSN 1385-4879.  18(3), s 369- 386
  • Langford, Malcolm (2011). Cosmopolitan competition : the case of international investment, In Cecilia Marcela Bailliet & Katja Franko Aas (ed.),  Cosmopolitan Justice and its Discontents.  Routledge.  ISBN 9780415593434.  9.  s 178 - 204
  • Langford, Malcolm & Bhatterai, Ananda (2011). Constitutional Rights and Social Exclusion in Nepal. International Journal on Minority and Group Rights.  ISSN 1385-4879.  18(3), s 387- 411
  • Langford, Malcolm & Nilsen, Johannes Flisnes (2011). Jens, vi trenger en boligstatsråd. Dagsavisen.  ISSN 1503-2892. . doi: 17.11.2011
  • Langford, Malcolm & Nilsen, Johannes Flisnes (2011). Å leve er også å bo: Norske boutgifter – i overensstemmelse med retten til bolig?. Kritisk juss.  ISSN 0804-7375.  (2), s 92- 119
  • Langford, Malcolm; Stacey, Richard & Chirwa, Danwood (2011). The Right to Water, In Stu Woolman; Michael Bishop & Jason Brickhall (ed.),  Constitutional Law of South Africa.  UCT Press.  ISBN 9780702173080.  56B.
  • Langford, Malcolm (2010). A Poverty of Rights: Six Ways to Fix the MDGs. IDS Bulletin.  ISSN 0265-5012.  41(1), s 83- 91 . doi: 10.1111/j.1759-5436.2010.00095.x 10.1111/j.1759-5436.2010.00108.x
  • Langford, Malcolm (2010). A Sort of Homecoming: The Right to Housing, In Mark Gibney & Sigrun Skogly (ed.),  Universal Human Rights and Extraterritorial Obligations.  University of Pennsylvania Press.  ISBN 978-0-8122-4215-7.  Ch. 8.  s 166 - 193
  • Langford, Malcolm & Clark, Sevda (2010). The New Kid on the Block: A Complaints Procedure for the Convention on the Rights of the Child. Nordic Journal of Human Rights.  ISSN 1891-8131.  28(3)
  • Langford, Malcolm & Moyo, Khulekani (2010). Right, Remedy or Rhetoric? Land Restitution in International Law. Nordic Journal of Human Rights.  ISSN 1891-8131.  28(2), s 143- 176
  • Langford, Malcolm (2009). Closing the Gap? An Introduction to the Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. Nordisk tidsskrift for menneskerettigheter.  ISSN 1503-6480.  27(1), s 1- 28
  • Langford, Malcolm (2009). 'Crossfire: There is no human right to water for livelihoods', A Debate with Melvin Woodhouse. Waterlines.  ISSN 0262-8104.  28(1), s 5- 12
  • Langford, Malcolm (2009). Domestic Adjudication of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: A Socio-Legal Survey. Sur - International Journal on Human Rights.  ISSN 1806-6445.  11, s 90- 121
  • Langford, Malcolm (2009). Keeping Up with the Fashion: Human Rights and Global Public Goods. International Journal on Minority and Group Rights.  ISSN 1385-4879.  16(1), s 165- 178
  • Langford, Malcolm (2009). Poverty in Developed States: International Human Rights Law and the Right to a Remedy. Jahrbuch für Internationales Recht.  ISSN 0344-3094.  s 251- 288
  • Langford, Malcolm & Scheinin, Martin (2009). Evolution or Revolution? Extrapolating from the Experience of the Human Rights Committee. Nordisk tidsskrift for menneskerettigheter.  ISSN 1503-6480.  27(1), s 97- 113
  • Langford, Malcolm (2008). Hungary: Social Rights or Market Redivivus?, In Malcolm Langford (ed.),  Social Rights Jurisprudence: Emerging Trends in International and Comparative Law.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 978-0-521-86094-9.  13.  s 250 - 266
  • Langford, Malcolm (2008). Los derochos humanos y la crisis mundiales del agua: de la ley a la práctica, I: Mikel Mancisidor (red.),  El derecho humano al agua: situación y retos de futuro.  Icaria.  ISBN 978-84-9888-028-1.  3.  s 53 - 75
  • Langford, Malcolm (2008). The Justiciability of Social Rights: From Practice to Theory, In Malcolm Langford (ed.),  Social Rights Jurisprudence: Emerging Trends in International and Comparative Law.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 978-0-521-86094-9.  1.  s 1 - 45
  • Langford, Malcolm & Halim, Ujjaini (2008). Expropriation and Eviction: Grassroots and Human Rights Perspectives on Compulsory Acquisition, In Kauko Viitanen & I. Kakulu (ed.),  Compulsory purchase and compensation in land acquisition and takings.  Publication B123 in Real Estate Studies and Economic Law, Helsinki University of Technology TKK, Department of Surveying.  ISBN 978-951-22-9499-2.  KAPITTEL.  s 174 - 195
  • Langford, Malcolm & Halim, Ujjaini (2008). The path of least resistance: expropriation and eviction. Land Reform, Land Settlement and Cooperatives.  ISSN 0251-1894.  (1), s 32- 45
  • Langford, Malcolm & King, Jeff A. (2008). Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: Past, Present and Future, In Malcolm Langford (ed.),  Social Rights Jurisprudence: Emerging Trends in International and Comparative Law.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 978-0-521-86094-9.  23.  s 477 - 516
  • Langford, Malcolm & Russell, Anna (2008). ‘Global Precedent’ or ‘Reasonable No More?’: The Mazibuko Case. Journal of Water Law.  ISSN 0959-9754.  19, s 73- 78
  • Langford, Malcolm (2007). Beyond formalisation: The role of civil society in reclaiming the legal empowerment agenda, In Mona Elisabeth Brøther & Jon-Andreas Solberg (ed.),  Legal empowerment - a way out of poverty december 2007 - issue 4.  Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.  ISBN 978-82-7177-400-4.  Kapittel.  s 41 - 66
  • Langford, Malcolm (2007). The Right to Social Security and Implications for Law, Policy and Practice, In Eibe Ridel (ed.),  Social Security as a Human Right: Drafting a General comment on Article 9 ICESCR – Some challenges.  Springer.  ISBN 978-3-540-31467-7.  3.  s 29 - 53
  • Langford, Malcolm (2007). Tragedy or Triumph of the Commons: Human Rights and the World Water Crises, In Marius Smith (ed.),  Human Rights 2066: The Year in Review.  The Castan Centre for Human Rights Law.  ISBN 9780975244234.  2.  s 9 - 39
  • Langford, Malcolm (2006). ‘Ambition that overleaps itself? A Response to Stephen Tully’s ‘Critique’ of the General Comment on the Right to Water’. Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights.  ISSN 0924-0519.  26(3), s 433- 459
  • Langford, Malcolm (2006). 'Expectation of Plenty: Response to Stephen Tully'. Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights.  ISSN 0924-0519.  26(3), s 473- 479
  • Langford, Malcolm (2006). The Right to Water in National Law: A Review, In Eibe Riedel & Peter Rothen (ed.),  The Human Right to Water.  Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag.  ISBN 383051168X.  9.  s 115 - 126
  • Langford, Malcolm (2005). Judging Resource Availability, In Malcolm Langford; John Squires & Bret Thiele (ed.),  The Road to a Remedy: Current Issues in the Litigation of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.  UNSW Press.  ISBN 0-646-45538-9.  6.  s 89 - 108
  • Langford, Malcolm (2005). The UN Concept of the Right to Water: New Paradigm for Old Problems?. International Journal of Water Resources Development.  ISSN 0790-0627.  21(2), s 273- 282
  • Langford, Malcolm & Kok, Anton (2005). Right to Water, In Matthew Chaskalson (ed.),  Constitutional Law of South Africa.  Juta.  ISBN 0-7021-3561-5.  56B.  s 56B-1 - 56B-28
  • Langford, Malcolm & Kok, Anton (2005). Right to Water in the South African Constitution’, In Danie Brand & Christof Heyns (ed.),  Socio-economic rights in South Africa.  Pretoria University Law Press.  ISBN 0-620-34086-X.  6.  s 191 - 208
  • Langford, Malcolm (1999). The Right to Food in Australia. Human Rights Defender.  ISSN 1039-2637.  8
  • Langford, Malcolm (1996). Economic Dimensions of Human Rights Workshop. Human Rights Defender.  ISSN 1039-2637.  5
  • Langford, Malcolm (1996). 'Nonsense upon Stilts: East Timor and the International Court of Justice'. Australian Journal of Human Rights.  ISSN 1323-238X.  3, s 141- 151
  • Langford, Malcolm (1995). Darius, Dworkin and Fish: In the Lion's Den of Interpretation. Australasian Law Students Academic Journal.  ISSN 1444-1357.  s 55- 66
  • Langford, Malcolm (1995). East Timor - The World Court Mumbles. Human Rights Defender.  ISSN 1039-2637.  4
  • Langford, Malcolm (1995). The Gender Wage Gap in the 1990's’. Australian Economic Papers.  ISSN 0004-900X.  34, s 62- 85

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  • Langford, Malcolm; Rodriguez-Garavito, Cesar & Rossi, Julieta (ed.) (2017). Social Rights Judgments and the Politics of Compliance: Making it Stick. Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 978-1-107-16021-7.  350 s.
  • Langford, Malcolm & Russell, Anna (ed.) (2017). The Human Right to Water: Theory, Practice and Prospects. Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 9781107010703.
  • Langford, Malcolm & Russell, Anna (ed.) (2017). The human right to water. Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 9781107010703.  713 s.
  • Langford, Malcolm; Porter, Bruce; Rossi, Julieta & Brown, Rebecca J. (ed.) (2016). The Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: A Commentary. Pretoria University Law Press (PULP).  ISBN 978-1-920538-50-7.  400 s.
  • Langford, Malcolm; Cousins, Ben; Dugard, Jackie & Madlingozi, Tshepo (ed.) (2014). Socio-Economic Rights in South Africa: Symbols or Substance?. Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 978-1-107-02114-3.  472 s.
  • Langford, Malcolm (ed.) (2013). Socio-Economic Rights in South Africa. Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 1107021146.  488 s.
  • Langford, Malcolm; Sumner, Andy & Yamin, Alicia Ely (ed.) (2013). The Millennium Development Goals and Human Rights: Past, Present and Future. Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 978-1-107-03191-3.  564 s.
  • Langford, Malcolm; Vandenhole, Wouter; Scheinin, Martin & Genugten, Willem van (ed.) (2013). Global Justice, State Duties: The Extraterritorial Scope of Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights in International Law. Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 978-1-107-01277-6.  300 s.
  • Langford, Malcolm; Sumner, Andy & Yamin, Alicia Ely (ed.) (2012). The Millennium Development Goals and Human Rights. Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 9781107515246.  576 s.
  • Langford, Malcolm (ed.) (2008). Social Rights Jurisprudence: Emerging Trends in International and Comparative Law. Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 978-0-521-86094-9.  682 s.
  • Langford, Malcolm; Tissington, Kate; Dettmann, Marc; Dugard, Jackie & Conteh, Sonkita (2008). Water Services Fault Lines: An Assessment of South Africa’s Water and Sanitation Provision across 15 Municipalities. Centre for Applied Legal Studies.  ISBN 978-0-620-42880-4.  88 s.
  • Langford, Malcolm; Squires, John & Thiele, Bret (ed.) (2005). The Road to a Remedy: Current Issues in the Litigation of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. UNSW Press.  ISBN 0-646-45538-9.  250 s.

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  • Dugard, Jackie; Langford, Malcolm & Anderson, Edward (2017). Determining progress on access to water and sanitation: The case of South Africa, In Malcolm Langford & Anna Russell (ed.),  The Human Right to Water: Theory, Practice and Prospects.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 9781107010703.  7.  s 225 - 275
  • Langford, Malcolm (2017). Oslo kommune bør opprette flere sengeplasser for tilreisende bostedsløse. Vårt Oslo.
  • Langford, Malcolm (2017). Trumps innreiseforbud kan ha en sjanse i Høyesterett. TV2.no.
  • Langford, Malcolm; Bartram, Jamie & Roaf, Virginia (2017). The Human Right to Sanitation, In Malcolm Langford & Anna Russell (ed.),  The Human Right to Water: Theory, Practice and Prospects.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 9781107010703.  10.  s 345 - 395
  • Langford, Malcolm; Fisher, Aled Dilwyn; Johan, Karlsson Schaffer & Frida, Pareus (2017). The View from Elsewhere: Scandinavian Penal Practices and International Critique, In Peter Scharff Smith & Thomas Ugelvik (ed.),  Scandinavian Penal History, Culture and Prison Practice: Embraced By the Welfare State?.  Palgrave Macmillan.  ISBN 978-1-137-58528-8.  25.  s 451 - 479
  • Langford, Malcolm & Russell, Anna (2017). Introduction: The right to water in context, In Malcolm Langford & Anna Russell (ed.),  The Human Right to Water: Theory, Practice and Prospects.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 9781107010703.  1.  s 1 - 54
  • Langford, Malcolm & Ulfstein, Geir (2017). USAs angrep mot Syria var ulovlig. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.).  ISSN 0804-3116.
  • Fauchald, Ole Kristian; Behn, Daniel Friedrich & Langford, Malcolm (2016). Investment Treaty Arbitration Involving an Environmental Component. The Greening of Investment Treaty Arbitration?.
  • Kirkebø, Tori Loven & Langford, Malcolm (2016). The Commitment Curve: Human Rights and Global Business Regulation.
  • Langford, Malcolm (2016). Har vi vedtatt en sexkjøpslov som gjør livet farligere for andre mennesker?. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.).  ISSN 0804-3116. . doi: http://www.aftenposten.no/meninger/debatt/Har-vi-vedtatt-en-sexkjopslov-som-gjor-livet-farligere-for-andre-mennesker--Malcolm-Langford-58040b.html
  • Langford, Malcolm (2016). Human Rights. GSRDC Professional Development Reading Pack.  (33)
  • Langford, Malcolm (2016, 17. juni). Public responses to 'hot button' court decisions. [Radio].  ABC National Radio.
  • Langford, Malcolm; Behn, Daniel Friedrich & Berge, Tarald Laudal (2016). Poor States or Poor Governance? Explaining Outcomes in Investment Treaty Arbitration.
  • Behn, Daniel Friedrich & Langford, Malcolm (2015). Managing Backlash: The Evolving Investment Treaty Arbitrator.
  • Behn, Daniel Friedrich & Langford, Malcolm (2015). The Greening of Investment Treaty Arbitration?.
  • Behn, Daniel Friedrich; Langford, Malcolm & Fauchald, Ole Kristian (2015). Tempest in a Teacup? The International Investment Regime and State Backlash.
  • Langford, Malcolm (2015). International Courts and Public Opinion.
  • Langford, Malcolm (2015). Muddying the Waters: Assessing Target-Based Approaches in Development Cooperation for Water and Sanitation.
  • Langford, Malcolm & Behn, Daniel Friedrich (2015). Managing Backlash? The Evolving Investment Treaty Arbitrator.
  • Langford, Malcolm & Creamer, Cosette (2015). The Toonen Decision: Domestic and International Impact.
  • Langford, Malcolm & Høgdahl, Kristin (2015). Funnene som er funnet i den nye rapporten om soveforbudet, er så alvorlige at de fordrer politisk endring. Dagbladet.  ISSN 0805-3766.
  • Langford, Malcolm & Telson, Natasha (2015). Kriminaliseringen av hjemløshet: hvordan går Oslo fram?. MRbloggen.
  • Fauchald, Ole Kristian; Behn, Daniel Friedrich & Langford, Malcolm (2014). Legitimacy of international investment tribunals: Towards a grounded, actionable and empirically informed approach.
  • Andreassen, Bård A.; Langford, Malcolm & Rakner, Lise (2014). Memorandum:Overview of research findings regarding aid in support of democratization and human rights observance.
  • Langford, Malcolm (2012). Gro Nystuen , Andreas Føllesdal and Ola Mestad (eds), Human Rights, Corporate Complicity and Disinvestment, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011, 290 pp, £55.00 hb. Modern law review.  ISSN 0026-7961.  75(6), s 1178- 1182 . doi: 10.1111/j.1468-2230.2012.00941_2.x
  • Langford, Malcolm (2012). Review of 'Human Rights, Corporate Complicity and Disinvestment', edited by G. Nystuen, A. Føllesdal and O. Mestad (Cambridge University Press, 2011),. Modern law review.  ISSN 0026-7961.  75(6), s 1178- 1182
  • Langford, Malcolm & Karlsson Schaffer, Johan (2012). Därför nedprioriterar Norden mänskliga rättigheter. Axess.  ISSN 1651-0941.  (5)
  • Langford, Malcolm (2011). Educating Everyone? Denial, Prejudice and the Reservoirs of Hate in the Wake of the Oslo Massacres.
  • Langford, Malcolm (2011). Plikt til å debattere, om ikke til å stemme. Dagbladet.  ISSN 0805-3766.  s 51 . doi: 29.08.2011
  • Langford, Malcolm & Arum, Liv (2011). Ratifiseringen av FN-konvensjonen for funksjonshemmedes rettigheter: - Må vi virkelig vente?. Dagsavisen.  ISSN 1503-2892. . doi: 2.12.2011
  • Langford, Malcolm (2010). Asylsøkerne har ikke skylden. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.).  ISSN 0804-3116.
  • Langford, Malcolm (2010). Fattigdomspropaganda. Dagbladet.  ISSN 0805-3766.
  • Langford, Malcolm (2010). Fotball-VMs mørke side. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.).  ISSN 0804-3116.
  • Langford, Malcolm (2010). Human rights and MDGs in practice - A review of country strategies and reporting.
  • Langford, Malcolm (2009). Clarity needed on SA’s bilateral treaties. Business Day.  ISSN 1563-5775.
  • Langford, Malcolm (2009). Taking Rights Seriously: Six ways to fix the MDGs.
  • Langford, Malcolm & Moyo, Khulekani (2009). Mining the Gap? Human Rights, Bilateral Investment Treaties and Foresti v South Africa.
  • Langford, Malcolm & Rem, Tore (2009). Ikke glem oss!. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.).  ISSN 0804-3116.  s 3
  • Langford, Malcolm & Rem, Tore (2009). Replikk: Et rom for ytringsfrihet. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.).  ISSN 0804-3116.  s 3- 3
  • Langford, Malcolm (2008). Human Rights Report: South Africa, March Edition.
  • Langford, Malcolm (2008). Ja til overgrep? Norge har gjort en helvomvending i FNS Menneskerettighetsråd. Klassekampen.  ISSN 0805-3839.  s 28
  • Langford, Malcolm (2008). La Justiciabilidad Nacional de los Derechos Económicos, Sociales y Culturales: Informe Borrador de Estrategia y Evaluación, A ser presentado ante la Conferencia Internacional sobre Estrategias de la Red-DESC 1 al 4 de diciembre, Nairobi.
  • Langford, Malcolm (2008). Scaling up grassroots land tools: Towards a framework.
  • Langford, Malcolm & Dugard, Jackie (2008). The Department must do more than tread water. Business Day.  ISSN 1563-5775.  s 15- 15 . doi: 26.11.2008
  • Langford, Malcolm & Moyo, Khulekani (2008). Human Rights Report: South Africa, October Edition.
  • Langford, Malcolm (2007). Beyond Formalisation: A land rights agenda for Norwegian development and foreign policy.
  • Langford, Malcolm (2007). Expropriation and eviction: human rights and grassroots perspectives.
  • Langford, Malcolm (2007). Housing Rights in Europe. Just News.  April, s 4- 5
  • Langford, Malcolm (2007). Human Rights Report: South Africa.
  • Langford, Malcolm (2007). Vann til alle!. Dagbladet.  ISSN 0805-3766.
  • Langford, Malcolm & Goldie, Cassandra (2007). Creating space, Changing the space: Effective grassroots participation for the Global Land Tool Network.
  • Langford, Malcolm; Khalfan, Ashfaq; Munguti, Katui Katua & Lüke, Monika (2007). Kenyan-German development cooperation in the water sector: Assessment from a human rights perspective.
  • Langford, Malcolm; Nolan, Aoife & Porter, Bruce (2007). The Justiciability of Social and Economic Rights: An Updated Appraisal.
  • Langford, Malcolm & Lueke, Monica (2006). A place to call home? Migrants and Housing Rights. Habitat Debate.  ISSN 1020-3613.  12(3)
  • Langford, Malcolm (2005). Judging Social Rights. Human Rights Tribune.  11(3) . doi: http://www.hri.ca/tribune/onlineissue/V11-3-2005/Social_Rights.html
  • Langford, Malcolm; Roaf, Virginia & Quitzow, Leslie (2005). Slum Upgrading and Human Rights.
  • Khalfan, Ashfaq; Langford, Malcolm & Roaf, Virginia (2004). Monitoring Implementation of the Right to Water: A Framework for Developing Indicators, Global Issue Paper No. 14.
  • Langford, Malcolm (2003). Justiciability of Economic, Social and Cultural, Right to Food Journal, Winter 2003.
  • Langford, Malcolm (1994). The World Market for Desiccated Coconut: A Philippines Perspective, Research Report No. 5.

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