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Yale Human Rights & Development Law Journal

The Yale Human Rights and Development Journal (YHRDLJ) is an annual publication that explores the tensions and congruences between human rights, development and the law, encouraging critical and creative thinking about challenges and solutions to challenges facing people around the globe. The YHRDLJ welcomes writings that draw upon various academic disciplines and multi-disciplinary perspectives such as political science, public policy, anthropology, economics, public health, sociology and law. The YHRDLJ publishes pieces by academics, practitioners and students.

YHRDLJ is currently editing content for Volume 15, which will be published later this academic year. For more information, please see ourForthcoming page.

**Upcoming Symposium: March 23-24, 2012**

In March 2012, YHRDLJ will host a symposium entitled States, Minds and States of Mind: Mental Health as a Human Right. The symposium will be held March 23 and 24, 2012 at the Yale Law School, and will examine access to health care, justice, and equal treatment for people with psychosocial and developmental disabilities, through the lens of human rights advocacy.

Please visit ourSymposium page to learn more.

Register online for States, Minds, and States of Mind: Mental Health as a Human Right.


Yale Human Rights & Development Journal