Faculty Profiles

E. Tendayi Achiume

E. Tendayi Achiume

Assistant Professor of Law
B.A. Yale University, 2005
J.D. Yale Law School, 2008
UCLA Faculty Since 2014

Articles and Chapters

The Fact of Xenophobia and the Fiction of State Sovereignty: A Reply to Blocher and Gulati, Columbia Human Rights Law Review Online (forthcoming 2017). Full Text
The SADC Tribunal: Socio-Political Dissonance and the Authority of International Courts, in How Context Shapes the Authority of International Courts (edited by Karen Alter, Laurence Helfer, and Michael Rask Madsen, Oxford Univ. Press, forthcoming 2017). (Solicited Peer-Review Chapter) Full Text
Syria, Cost-Sharing and the Responsibility to Protect Refugees, 100 Minnesota Law Review 687 (2015). Full Text
Beyond Prejudice: Structural Xenophobic Discrimination Against Refugees, 45(2) Georgetown Journal of International Law 323 (2014). Full Text
Prison Conditions in South Africa and the Role of Public Interest Litigation Since 1994 (with Rudolph Jansen), 27(1) South African Journal on Human Rights 183 (2011).

Other Publications

What Could Be Bad About A Global Campaign Against Xenophobia? (with Loren B. Landau), IRIN (Sept. 19, 2016). Op-Ed
The African Union Migration and Regional Integration Framework (with Loren B. Landau), ACCORD Policy and Practice Brief 36 (2016). Article
Focus on Europe Neglects the Syrian Refugee Crisis, Jurist (Nov. 12, 2015). Academic Commentary
The Socio-Economics of Xenophobia: A Comment on UNHCR’s Emerging Policy, Opinio Juris, New Voices in International Law Symposirum (July 2013). Article
On Kony2012: In Defense of the Armchair, Jadaliyya (March 29, 2012). Op-Ed