Call for Papers: Human Rights Law and International Development

Posted on 25 August 2008. Filed under: Announcements, Call for Nominations or Applications, Call for Papers, Human Rights, Opportunities, Poverty | Tags: , , , , , , |

We Can Do readers will note that the following announcement is not specifically soliciting articles on disability-related issues. But people who are involved with human rights law and international development in relation to people with disabilities may wish to use this opportunity to introduce a disability angle into this mainstream publication.

Call for Notes from Practitioners
Yale Human Rights and Development Law Journal

Are you working on a developing issue within human rights law or using an innovative approach to the practice of international development? Are you practicing law in a particularly interesting area of human rights and/or development?

If so, you may be a good candidate to submit a Note from the Field to the Yale Human Rights and Development Law Journal. We are interested in reading well-written, well-sourced notes (about 20,000-25,000 words) that address a new development or fresh perspective on some aspect of human rights law and are written by an attorney practicing in that field. Writing a Note from the Field is a great opportunity for practitioners to publish their writing and shed light on little-known aspects of their practice.

Please send all submissions for Notes from the Field to lindsay.nash@yale.edu. Submissions will be accepted through September and evaluated on a rolling basis.



We Can Do received this notice from Catherine Townsend and from Joan Durocher. Interested individuals should please contact lindsay.nash@yale.edu directly, NOT We Can Do. Thank you.

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