Publications

The Human Rights Research and Education Centre promotes the academic and non-academic publications of its members. As such, the HRREC highlights book, articles in scientific journals, reports and non-refereed contributions.

Recent Publications

Annual reports

The Human Rights Research and Education Centre publishes regularly annual reports describing the most important activities, projects and knowledge transfer initiatives from the period.

Annual Report 2014

Annual Report 2012-2013

Annual Report 2011

Books

HRREC members publish influential books and as such they contribute to the debates around current issues linked with human rights. News from recent publications:

Working Papers Series

The Centre produces a Working Papers Series containing works-in-progress that reflect research findings from its members. For more information regarding the HRREC Working Paper Series, please consult the Frequently Asked Questions Page or contact caroline.faucher@uottawa.ca.

Canadian Human Rights Yearbook

The Canadian Human Rights Yearbook (CHRY) – published by the University of Ottawa's Human Rights Research and Education Centre – is the authoritative, bilingual (English and French) reference work on the intersection of human rights and Canada. It combines a yearly review of key developments in human rights in Canada, global human rights developments relevant to Canada, and Canada's contribution to international human rights discourse with high quality, refereed articles. The CHRY stands as a reference tool for practitioners and academics alike.

For additional information about the yearbook and calls for articles, please visit the Yearbook's page.

For questions or further information, please contact the Executive Editor at CHRY@uottawa.ca.

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