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Rules of Publication

  • Abstracts will be published in a book of abstracts with a Portuguese ISBN.
  • The final papers (in all modalities) will be published as a scientific papers format in an publication indexed with System Qualis and Web of Science.
  • All submissions, in all modalities and in all phases, must be original which means that they were never presented or published before.
  • All papers must be identified with the identifying reference assigned in the submission process.
  • The author’s identification must not be revealed directly or indirectly throughout the paper.
  • Author information must be included in an additional document that must include name, address, telephone number, e-mail contact, academic titles, current institutional affiliation.
  • The title, abstract and keywords of the article must also be presented in two versions: one in the main idiom (Portuguese, English or Spanish) and a second in a secondary language (English or Spanish, when the main idiom is Portuguese), in English when the predominant idiom is Spanish or in Portuguese or Spanish, when the official language of the article is English).
  • All articles must contain an abstract with a maximum of 300 words.
  • The abstract must be analytical (with the objectives, its content and its results).
  • A list of 5 keywords must be included in the abstract.
  • On the first page, when existing, it must be indicated if the research is a result of a specific fund.
  • Each paper should not exceed 18,000 words, including abstract, footnotes and references.
  • The paper must not exceed 30 to 32 pages.
  • The article must be send in an editable format (.docx /.doc /.odt). Papers in PDF format or any other in which editing is not possible will not be considered.
  • Page size: Letter / US Letter (261mm x 279mm)
  • Margins: Top: 3cm, Bottom: 3cm, Left: 3cm and Right: 3cm. (3x3x3x3)
  • Page numbers: upper right position in Arabic numbering
  • Font: The text must be presented in Arial font, indented by 12 points.
  • Alignment: Justified.
  • Spacing: Single spacing (before 0pts. and then 0 pts.)
  • Tabulation: the text must have a double paragraph between each paragraph and without tabulation.
  • Subdivisions of the text (chapters, subsections, etc.): they must be numbered with Arabic numerals, except for the introduction, conclusion and references.
  • The titles of the subdivisions must be in bold and the use of capital letters must be exclusive to the initials of the proper names (names of countries, documents, persons, etc.).
  • The use of italic format should be limited Latin terms and foreign words.
  • The first time an abbreviation is used, it must be placed in parentheses after the text. Then, only the abbreviation should be used.
  • The author can quote text of his/her own authorship, as long as he/she does not mention this fact, proceeding to the normal reference.
  • References must appear in a footnote in accordance with the rules for footnote references.
  • Long quotes (with more than four lines) should be placed in long form, with quotation marks, single space, in size 11 and 3 cm forward.
  • Citations in a foreign language, in addition to quotation marks, must be in italic.
  • Tables, graphs, illustrations, photographs and maps must be referenced and explained in the text.
  • They must also be titled, numbered sequentially and accompanied by the image. Notes and source (s) must be placed immediately after the paragraph in which they are referred.
  • Images must be presented in high quality digital format (JPG or TIFF 300 and 240 DPI). Obtaining authorization for publishing images is under the responsibility of the author.
  • References of the citations must appear at the end of the page.
  • Numbering: Footnotes must be numbered in Arabic format.
  • Formatting: Footnotes must have the Arial font, indented by 10 points and single spacing.
  • The adopted footnote reference style is adapted to the Chicago Manual of Style, Humanities Style, version, and must be presented according to the following rules:

For the first time:

    • Book:
      • 1 author: Name Surname, Title (City: publisher, year), pages
      • 2 or + authors: Name Surname, Name Surname and Name Surname, Title (City: publisher, year), pages
    • Paper:
      • Journal: Name Surname, “Paper Title”, journal title, Vol: numb (year), pages
      • EBook: Name Surname, “Paper Title”, in Book Title, eds. Name Surname (City: publisher, year), pages
    • Thesis: Name Surname, “Thesis Title” (Master thesis/ PhD thesis/…/, University, year), pages
    • Jurisprudence: Issuer (country), Title (or file number), year. *
    • Legislation: Country, Title, City, Issuer, year. *
    • Newspapers/Periodicals/Magazines: Name surname, “title”, city, title of the newspaper or magazine, publication date*
    • Online content: Name Surname, Title, Website, publication date. Link (consultation date in the following format DD month YYYY)
  1. * When pages are consulted online, it must be referred the link (followed by the consultation date in format DD month YYYY)

After the first time refering:

  • Name Surname, two or three word of the article…,pages
  • Do not use: Ibid., ibídem, cfr., or op. cit.
  • References of the article must be placed at the end of the article.
  • Reference format: Arial font, indented by 11 points and with single space.
  • The bibliography must be organized alphabetically according to the first surname.
  • Primary and secondary sources must be distinguished. Primary sources must include: archives, periodicals or monographs.
  • References norms adopted are an adaptation to the Chicago Manual of Style, in the Humanities Style version, and must be presented according to the following rules:
    • Book:
      • 1 author: Surname, Name. Title. City: publisher. Year.
      • 2 or + authors: Surname, Name, Name Surname and Name Surname, Title. City: publisher. Year.
    • Paper:
      • Journal: Surname, Name. “Paper Title”, jornal title Vol:numb (year): pages (first page – last one)
      • Book:Surname, Name. “Paper Title”. In Title, edited by Name Surname. City: publisher. Year: pages (first page – last one)
    • Thesis: Surname, Name. “Thesis title”. Master thesis/ PhD thesis/…/, University, year.
    • Jurisprudence: Issuer (country), Title (file number). Year. *
    • Legislation: Country. Title. City: issuer. Year. *
    • Newspaper/Periodicals/Magazines: Surname, Name. “Title”. City: newspaper or magazine’s name. Publication date. *
    • Online Content: Surname, Name. Title. Website. Publication date. Link ((consultation date in the following format DD month YYYY)
  1. * When pages are consulted online, it must be referred the link (followed by the consultation date in format DD month YYYY)
  2. All texts received will be evaluated by the Scientific Committee using the double-blind peer review evaluation methodology.
  3. The result is communicated individually by the Organization, via email.
  4. The Scientific Committee can recommend changes to the text, making its acceptance under a double-blind peer review.
  5. In case of failure in complying with the rules established in these guidelines, the article will not be accepted.
  6. There is no appeal against this decision.

Main Themes

The conference accepts papers on case studies, literature review, empirical, qualitative or quantitative methodologies, on models, processes and/or institutions that talk about the eradication of poverty and hunger, gender equality and the promotion of equality and inclusion, health and education as fundamental rights, and the promotion of human dignity.

The conference accepts papers on case studies, literature review, empirical, qualitative or quantitative methodologies, on models, processes and/or institutions which focus on sustainable production and use, combating climate change and managing natural resources.

The conference accepts papers on case studies, literature review, empirical, qualitative or quantitative methodologies, on models, processes and/or institutions which focus on the work and industry as motor of economic and social progress.

The conference accepts papers on case studies, literature review, empirical, qualitative or quantitative methodologies, on models, processes and/or institutions which focus on tranversal integration, and mobilization for the most vulnerable groups.

The conference accepts papers on case studies, literature review, empirical, qualitative or quantitative methodologies, on models, processes and/or institutions which focus on promoting peaceful, fair and inclusive societies, free from fear and violence.

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