ISSN 2532-3474 - Padova University Press

Peace Human Rights Governance (PHRG) is the peer-reviewed academic journal of the Human Rights Centre of the University of Padova, published three times a year, in March, July and November. PHRG is the new series of Pace Diritti Umani – Peace Human Rights (Marsilio Publishing, Venice).

PHRG constitutes a new scientific resource within the increasing and multi-faceted global human rights studies community that aims to present original, theoretical and empirical contributions to current human rights issues while actively favouring the development of a solid multi- and inter-disciplinary and multi-level approach to human rights research and dissemination.

The main topics of PHRG include, but are not limited to, the relation of human rights and subsidiarity with world order and governance issues, international law, politics and organisation, international and cosmopolitan democracy, national and European foreign policy, civil society transnational networking, city diplomacy, global citizenship, public policy, intercultural dialogue, women’s human rights, the human right to peace, conflict transformation/conflict resolution, education processes, and trafficking of human beings.

 


News

Submissions for volume 3 (2019) are welcome!

PHRG editors and the publisher are in the process of finalising the third issue of 2018, which will be published in this website by the end of November. 

We are also working on the next volume, Vol. 3 (2019). The next deadline for submitting manuscripts of your original research works has been set on 15 December 2018.

The July issue (vol. 2, issue 2) is out!

PHRG's second issue of 2018 has just been released!

The issue includes the following articles:

Todd LandmanOut of the Shadows: Trans-disciplinary Research on Modern Slavery 

Paola Degani, Claudia Pividori, Ending Violence against Women as Testing Ground for Women’s Human Rights Discourse: Practices, Limits and Challenges 

Alberto Dal Poz, ‘Buying Peace’ in Timor-Leste: Another UN-success Story? 

Luca Bonadiman, Human Rights and Methodological Anxieties: A Critical Essay 

Julianne Freire, The Promotion of Local Policies in Human Rights and How the Results are Affected by the Local Perspective – A Case Study

Read the issue in open access: http://phrg.padovauniversitypress.it/issue/2/2

The next deadline for submissions of manuscripts is 10th September 2018. For information about how to submit your manuscript (and to download the Word templat to format your manuscript according to PHRG guidelines), please visit the following link: http://phrg.padovauniversitypress.it/manuscript_submission_form

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