Human Rights Yearbook
The Centre publishes the Human Rights Yearbook with the intention of presenting a part of the scientific production work of some of its researchers during the corresponding year. The contributions cover several areas of law, with a common theme: the investigation in the field of human rights. The published texts show the diversity of the scientific production and the dynamics of the researcher team with external collaborations.
The Yearbook will be released free of charge at the end of each year. It will be available online and will consist of a set of scientific articles produced by the researchers and guests during the corresponding year.
—CALL FOR PAPERS—
JusGov is preparing the third volume of the Human Rights Yearbook, a peer-reviewed and open access journal. The call for papers referring to this third volume (2020), on the topic of Human Rights and Criminal Law, is now open.
Papers should be submitted to the following email address firstname.lastname@example.org, until 31th December 2020. Accepted languages are Portuguese, Spanish, French and English.
You can find the full text of the call on the following link.