The Canadian Human Rights Yearbook (CHRY) invites submissions for its 2016 issue, to be published in 2017.
The 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. Combining 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 its general section the CHRY welcomes articles written for a multi-disciplinary audience on a wide range of topics, including (but not limited to): Minority Rights, Children's Rights, Administration of Justice, Civil and Political Rights, Climate Change, Cultural Rights -- all with a direct link to Canada and its domestic and international policies.
- The deadline to submit an article is WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1st, 2017.
- Papers submitted must be in accordance with the procedures set out in the Guidelines to Submit an Article to the Canadian Human Rights Yearbook, and be sent via email at CHRY@uottawa.ca.
- For questions or further information, please contact the Executive Editor at CHRY@uottawa.ca.