Presentation of the fast-track publication

In the fast-track system, articles on the chosen subject are given a priority look by the editors and follow the double-blind peer review in a more agile way.

The fast-track model is in itself a dynamic and developing model, and the list of journals associated to the event is being generated and made available to the Participants as the partnerships are established. The CEDH2020 brings together journals and collections of national and international reference in specific areas of knowledge and privileging, in most cases, the Portuguese language.

Please note the particularities of each publication in the respective topics.

 Magazine J2 – Legal Journal 

 Journal INFO:

ISSN: 2184-3082
Indexing: Crossref; Scilit; Journal TOCs & ResearchGate
ERC: 127200

 

  1. Thematic Number Presentation

Agenda 2030 is an expanded program that presents several dimensions of sustainable development, but also promotes peace, justice and effective institutions. In harmony with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDOs) is the common vision for humanity, only possible through the cooperation and collaboration of world leaders, societies, and by respecting the priorities and aspirations on the agenda.
The Euro-American Conference on Human Rights Development: Agenda 2030 – A New Chapter for the Evolution of Human Rights – ECHR2020 – has not only allowed an integrated reflection on Agenda 2030, facilitating the articulation of research and academic debate on the 17 objectives for sustainable development (ODSs), but has also allowed networking among academics and experts in these areas, promoting the development and aggregation of international and multidisciplinary research networks.
In collaboration with J2 Scientific Journal, we propose to gather in this thematic issue an academic dialogue at international level, which can contribute to the research, implementation and achievement of these objectives and reflection of good practices.
The thematic issue is based on multidisciplinary and intersectional questions, thus accepting works on case studies, literature reviews, empirically, qualitative or quantitative methodologies, on models, processes and/or institutions that instruct on: the eradication of poverty and hunger, gender equality and the promotion of equality, inclusion, health and education as fundamental rights and the promotion of human dignity.

Keywords: Development; Equality; Sustainability; Agenda 2030; Human Rights.

  1. Diretrizes para Publicação

The articles to be submitted must be original, be scientifically rigorous and comply scrupulously with the normal editorials of J2 – Jornal Jurídico  (aviable at: https://revistas.ponteditora.org/index.php/j2/about/submissions ).

  • The articles will be submitted through an electronic form available on the journal’s website;
  • The accepted text editor is Word 6.0 or higher;
  • Font: Times New Roman, size 12;
  • Line spacing: 1.5;
  • Alignment: justified;
  • Margins: top and left: 3 cm, bottom and right: 2 cm;
  • Number of words, including title, abstract, text, references and illustrations: between 6,000 and 8,000 words for theoretical-empirical articles;
  • Citations should be made in the body of the text in the author-data system, including page numbers (when applicable), according to the American Psychological Association (APA) standard;
  • The complete references of the cited works should be presented in alphabetical order at the end of the text, according to APA guidelines;
  • Illustrations, such as figures, charts and tables should be elaborated according to the APA norms, always in black and white, together with legends, credits and source. If there are illustrations imported from other programs, such as Excel and Power Point, send also the source file;
  • Reference and explanatory notes should be avoided. Notes strictly necessary should be numbered sequentially in the body of the text and inserted at the end of the text, before the references;
  • The article should be submitted in a file containing the text of the article itself, with the characteristics described below. The first page should contain: the title of the article (in Portuguese and English); b. abstract, containing between 120 and 160 words; c. between three and five keywords; d. abstract (text with the same content as the abstract in English); e. keywords.
  • From the second page on, the body of the article should come;
  • To guarantee the anonymity of the evaluation process the author(s) should not identify themselves in the body of the article;
  • The content of the articles should contain, whenever possible: objectives; b. theoretical frame of reference; c. methodology; d. results and discussion; e. conclusions, limitations, recommendations of an academic and practical nature; f. references; g. appendices and annexes.

The deadline for submissions is January 15, 2021. Submissions must be submitted in Portuguese and in editable format (Microsoft Word, OpenOffice or RTF – as long as they do not exceed 2MB).

  1. Thematic Number Organizers

Marco Ribeiro Henriques – marco.henriques@ismt.pt   
Guest Assistant at the Miguel Torga Superior Institute in Coimbra and researcher in the area of human rights. PHD candidate in NOVA School of Law (NSL).

Daniela Serra Castilhos – dcastilhos@uportu.pt
Assistant Professor at Universidade Portucalense. PhD in Human Rights from the University of Salamanca. Coordinator of the Jean Monnet Module The European Union as a Global Player for Democracy and Fundamental Rights.

    1. Guest Editor

Professora Doutora Cristiane de Sousa Reis

Journal of Research on Humanities and Social Sciences

 Journal INFO:

ISSN: 2184-3082
QUALIS A3
Indexing: Crossref; Scilit; Journal TOCs & ResearchGate
Impact Factor: 0.48

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  1. Thematic Number Presentation

Agenda 2030 is an expanded program that presents several dimensions of sustainable development, but also promotes peace, justice and effective institutions. In harmony with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDOs) is the common vision for humanity, only possible through the cooperation and collaboration of world leaders, societies, and by respecting the priorities and aspirations on the agenda.
The Euro-American Conference on Human Rights Development: Agenda 2030 – A New Chapter for the Evolution of Human Rights – ECHR2020 – has not only allowed an integrated reflection on Agenda 2030, facilitating the articulation of research and academic debate on the 17 objectives for sustainable development (ODSs), but has also allowed networking among academics and experts in these areas, promoting the development and aggregation of international and multidisciplinary research networks.
In collaboration with the Journal of Research on Humanities and Social Sciences we propose to gather in this thematic issue an academic dialogue at international level, which can contribute to the research, implementation and achievement of these objectives and reflection of good practices.
The thematic issue is based on multidisciplinary and intersectional questions, thus accepting works on case studies, literature reviews, empirical, qualitative or quantitative methodologies, on models, processes and/or institutions that instruct on: the eradication of poverty and hunger, gender equality and the promotion of equality, inclusion, health and education as fundamental rights and the promotion of human dignity.

Keywords: Development; Equality; Sustainability; Agenda 2030; Human Rights.

  1. Guidelines for Publication

The articles to be submitted must be original, scientifically rigorous and comply with the normal editorials of the Journal of Research on Humanities and Social Sciences. For this purpose, we provide a formatting model for the articles, which must be scrupulously followed (available at: https://cedh.pt).
The deadline for submissions is January 15, 2021. Submissions must be submitted exclusively in English and in editable format (MS Word Format).
Submissions should be made by email to cedh2020@cedh.pt by January 15 with the subject “Call for Papers + CEDH2020 registration reference number”.

  1. Thematic Number Organizers

Marco Ribeiro Henriques – marco.henriques@ismt.pt   
Guest Assistant at the Miguel Torga Superior Institute in Coimbra and researcher in the area of human rights. Doctoral student in NOVA School of Law (NSL).

Daniela Serra Castilhos – dcastilhos@uportu.pt

Assistant Professor at Universidade Portucalense. PhD in Human Rights from the University of Salamanca. Coordinator of the Jean Monnet Module The European Union as a Global Player for Democracy and Fundamental Rights.

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