Todd Landman is a Professor of Political Science and Pro Vice Chancellor of the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Nottingham. He researches, teaches, and publishes on significant problems and methods associated with development, democracy and human rights. He is author of Citizenship Rights and Social Movements (OUP 1997), Issues and Methods in Comparative Politics (Routledge 2000, 2003, 2008, 2016), Governing Latin America (Polity 2003), Protecting Human Rights (Georgetown 2005), Studying Human Rights (Routledge 2006), Measuring Human Rights (Routledge 2009), and Human Rights and Democracy (Bloomsbury 2013). He is co-editor of The Sage Handbook on Comparative Politics (Sage 2009), Human Rights, Volumes I-IV (Sage 2009), and Real Social Science (CUP 2012).
His current focus is on measuring, analysing, and evaluating interventions to combat contemporary forms of slavery. He is Executive Director of the Rights Lab Beacon of Excellence and host of the Rights Track podcast series. He has carried out a large number of international consultancies for DFID, the FCO, European Commission, United Nations Development Programme, International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands, Swedish International Development Agency, Canadian International Development Agency, and the US State Department.