* TAHRJ does not charge the authors for publication.
*Articles should have between 6,000 and 15,000 words.
*Submissions should include a short abstract (100 words) that summarizes the main arguments and contributions of the article, as well as some key words (5-7)
*The Harvard System of referencing ought to be used
*Authors should include in the manuscript their institution, position and email address, which will be published.
*Authors should never include in the text any references helping to identify the author by the referees.
During the process of article assessment, authors must communicate all relevant information regarding any external funding of the research that led to the elaboration of the work under consideration, namely: funding agency, call, project reference and (optionally), title. This information must also appear at the beginning of the article.
When an article is signed by more than one author, information must be provided on the criteria chosen for the order of signature as well as on the specific contribution of each of them.
The Age of Human Rights Journal is going to move to a continuous publication model in January 2023. This means that as soon as an article is ready to be published, it will be immediately released online rather than waiting for other articles in the issue to be completed, resulting in faster access to the final version of the article.
However, as it has been done up to now, twice a year (in June and December), we will close the issue which will become the ‘latest complete issue’. Any new articles received and accepted after the closure will then be placed in the next open issue.
The main advantage of the continuous publication model for the authors is that they will not have to wait until June or December to see their articles published, but they will be published as soon as they have been accepted and edited.
In this way we hope that the time that elapses from the moment an accepted article is submitted until it is published will be about four months.
Selection of contributions
In general terms, to be acceptable a manuscript should deal with human rights, be original and innovative, provide substantial evidence for its conclusions, have methodological rigour and theoretical consistency.
When an article is rejected, a new version of it will not be considered until at least one year has passed.
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