Founded in 2001, the Human Rights Institute has two main goals: to coordinate the University of Connecticut’s human rights initiatives and to support the faculty and students who study human rights, and to promote an educational approach to international human rights scholarship based upon multidisciplinary research in the social sciences, humanities, and law.
Founded in 1989, the Orville H. Schell, Jr. Center for International Human Rights of Yale Law School coordinates diverse activities inherent to human rights and contributes to human rights development at the local and global levels.
Publications / Reports Yale Human Rights and Development Law Journal is an annual journal that provides a wide range of perspectives on human rights and development. Student-edited and published online, the Journal includes articles, notes, and book reviews written by the best academics, practitioners, and students of law. https://www.law.yale.edu/academics/YHRDLJ.htm