Sanna Eriksson is the Centre Co-ordinator for the Centre for Applied Human Rights.
'Temporary Relocation in an Academic Setting for Human Rights Defenders at Risk: Good Practice Lessons and Challenges', in Journal of Human Rights Practice, forthcoming 2018.
'Alternative/Positive Futures: Integrating Art into Human Rights Defence and Research', in Fresh Perspectives 8: Safeguarding the Daring Voice: Arts and Freedom of Expression, 2018.
'Chinese Cultural Values and International Human Rights: How to Conduct Empirical Human Rights Fieldwork in China', in European Master's Degree in Human Rights and Democratisation. Awarded Theses of the Academic Year 2009/2010 in the series Ricerche. Venice: Marsilio Editori SPA, 2011.
'Fashioning Chinese Nationalism: Female Bodies as Political Signifiers in the Liangyou huabao magazine, 1933–1936' in New Perspectives from Japan and China, ed. Mikako Iwatake. Helsinki: Renvall Publications, 2010.