Dr Gearoid O Cuinn

Academic Fellow

Research Overview

Dr Ó Cuinn's research focuses on public international law, human rights and public health governance. He also has a strong interest in the sociology of human rights law and practice. Gearóid's received his doctorate from University of Nottingham where examined the governance of pandemic influenza with support from the Wellcome Trust. He has active links with the legal profession and is interested clinical legal education and the use of technologies in pro-bono legal work. Gearóid is director of GLAN (Global Legal Action Network) a non-profit organisation that pursues collaborative legal actions to protect and promote human rights internationally.

Understanding human rights obligations of states engaged in public activity overseas: the case of transnational education
O Cuinn, G.M., Skogly, S.I. 06/2016 In: International Journal of Human Rights. 20, 6, p. 761-784. 24 p.
Journal article

Taking technology seriously: STS as a human rights method
Murphy, T., O Cuinn, G. 2013 In: European Law and New Health Technologies . Oxford : Oxford University Press
Chapter (peer-reviewed)

Land and space in the Golan Heights: a human rights perspective
O Cuinn, G. 12/2011 In: The right to landscape. Farnham : Ashgate p. 85-98. 14 p.
Chapter (peer-reviewed)

Works in Progress: New Technologies and the European Court of Human Rights
Murphy, T., O Cuinn, G. 12/2010 In: Human Rights Law Review. 10, 4, p. 601-638. 38 p.
Journal article

Planning rights and the seeds of discontent in the occupied Golan
O Cuinn, G. 2009 In: Disrepect today, conflict tomorrow. Nottingham : Critical, Cultural and Communications Press p. 209-227. 19 p. ISBN: 9781602710122, 9781905510122.