This installment of Write On!, our periodic compilation of calls for papers, includes calls to submit to The Foundation for Student Rights, as follows:
► The Student Rights and Legal Education Journal, is calling for submissions for its first issue. The Journal’s themes focus on topics related to student rights, education related legislation and policy, and legal education. They accept submissions from a wide range of disciplines including: law, education, philosophy, and psychology, etc. The first issue will be published on September 30th 2022. All the submissions should be sent by an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Here is the link to the Author Guidelines and here is the link to the homepage of the Journal.
The Foundation for the Student Rights was founded in 2019 by the author of this announcement thanks to the special consent of the family court due to his underage at that time. The Foundation gives lectures for students, organises the Student Rights Olympiad (with partners such as: the Marshal of the Sejm of the Republic of Poland, the Polish Ombudsman, and the President of the Supreme Bar Council), and participates in the academic field of the student rights (e.g., Wolanin M., Prawa ucznia [Student rights], Oficyna Wydawnicza “Impuls”, Kraków 2020; Wolanin M., Obowiązki ucznia [Student duties], same publisher, Kraków 2021), which are strongly connected to the child and human rights. Some months ago the Foundation decided to establish a new, published quarterly, international, scientific (double blind peer-reviewed) journal — “Student Rights and Legal Education Journal”, which is going to be fully open access and free of charge for both the authors and the readers.
The Journal is now accepting the submissions for its first issue.
The Journal focuses on the topics related to student rights, education related legislation and policy, and legal education. We are interested in widening the discourse around student rights and legal education as well as publishing research and commentary related to national, regional, and international perspectives. The Journal invites submissions from a wide range of disciplines including: law, education, philosophy, and psychology as well as related to them. The aims of the Journal are to promote the idea of student rights and create a place where everyone can analyse from the different ways of view (legal, pedagogical, philosophical, and psychological one) the school’s legal acts and the legal education subject in general. The Journal was registered by the District Court in Poznań (Poland) on the July 28th 2021. ISSN number will be issued after the first issue of the Journal is published.
Editorial process: double-blind peer review made by the two reviewers.
Author charges: the Journal does not charge any fee.
Open access policy: all the articles will be fully open accessible.
Initial version: online.
DOI: every article will be assigned with the unique DOI number.
All the submissions should be send by an e-mail to email@example.com. The Journal accepts: original papers (articles), review papers, case reports, reports, glosses, and any other forms fitting in the Journal’s aims and scope. The articles should be should be at least 20,000 characters long, including spaces. For other forms published in the Journal, the minimum is equal to 10,000 characters, including spaces. There is no upper limit to the length of the paper, although the Editorial Team recommends that it should not exceed 60,000 characters, including spaces.
The process of submission does not have any specific deadline (we accept papers all year long), however, the deadline for the articles to be published in the first issue is set on 30th September 2022.
Here is the link to the Author Guidelines: http://journal.prawaucznia.pl/index.php/srlej/about/submissions
Here is the link to the homepage of the Journal: http://journal.prawaucznia.pl
For any enquiries please contact the Editorial Team at: firstname.lastname@example.org. The 20-year-old editor-in-chief Mikołaj Wolanin is open for any type of e-mails at: email@example.com. Of course, he is is assisted by an international Editorial Board that includes scientists from: South Africa, Australia and Israel.
We would be more than grateful if you make a submission or invite others to publish in our journal. We are, simultaneously, open to any type of cooperation, including the cooperation connected to the Foundation’s activities or scientific interest of people in our Board (including e.g. joint research, publishing, internships, research visits and guest lectures).