The Canadian Yearbook of Human Rights (CYHR) – 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 review over the two-year period of 2022-2023 on 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 CYHR stands as a reference tool for practitioners and academics alike.
For its general section the CYHR 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.
Read the latest edition of the Canadian Yearbook of Human Rights, Vol. 3 (2019-2021) in PDF.
- Submissions will be reviewed on a rolling basis through THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 2023.
- Papers submitted must be in accordance with the procedures set out in the Guidelines to Submit an Article to the CYHR, and be sent via email to [email protected]. All details can be found on the Publication section of our website.
- For questions or further information, please contact the Managing Editor at [email protected].