ISSN 2532-3474 - Padova University Press

Peace Human Rights Governance (PHRG) is the peer-reviewed academic journal of the University of Padova Human Rights Centre 'Antonio Papisca', published three times a year, in March, July and November. PHRG is the new series of Pace Diritti Umani – Peace Human Rights (2003-2013, 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, methodological and empirical contributions to current human rights and international relations issues while actively favouring the development of a solid multi- and inter-disciplinary and multi-level approach to peace and 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,  international politics and organisation, international and cosmopolitan democracy, national and European foreign policy, civil society transnational networking, religions and human rights, city diplomacy, local policies and services, 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

The first issue of 2019 is out!

PHRG 3(1), March 2019 has just been released open-access. The issue includes the following research articles:

  • Integrating Muslim Migrants with a Gender Perspective? An Analysis of Integration Policies in the City of Brussels
    Cristina Yasmin Ghanem 
  • The Italian Public Policies Frame on Prostitution and the Practical Overlapping with Trafficking: an Inevitable Condition?
    Paola Degani and Lorenza Perini
  • Educational and Intercultural Dialogue among Younger Generations for the Full Enjoyment of their Rights as a New Challenge within City Spaces
    Cristiana Carletti
  • Managing Urban Space towards Intercultural and Sustainable Cities. A Case Study of the Neighbourhood Arcella, Padua
    Silvia Mazzocchin

And the following policy paper:

  • Microfinance as a Means for Women Empowerment in the Colombian Post Conflict Scenario: Transformational Development or a Tool for Better Managing Poverty?
    Laura Andrea Duarte Reyes, Giulia Fattori

 This issue can be accessed in open access at the PHRG website

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Next deadline

The next deadline to submit original research articles to be considered for publication in the next issue of PHRG is 29th April  

Call for papers

On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989-2019) PHRG is devoting a special issue to “Challenges and opportunities for children’s rights facing developments in technology”. A call for papers has been issued to this end; the deadline for submissions of manuscripts is 10th June 2019

For information on the special issue, how to submit and the formatting of the paper please visit the following link: https://phrg.padovauniversitypress.it/special-issue-challenges-and-opportunities-childrens-rights-facing-developments-technology-call

SPECIAL ISSUE: Challenges and Opportunities for Children's Rights Facing Developments in Technology (Call for papers deadline: 10th June 2019)

On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989-2019), Peace Human Rights Governance (PHRG) - the multi-disciplinary journal of the University of Padova Human Rights Centre “Antonio Papisca” – is devoting a special issue of the Journal to “Challenges and opportunities for children’s rights facing developments in technology”.

To this end, PHRG welcomes original research articles addressing the human rights of children in relation to new technologies issues from a wealth of disciplinary domains. Topics of interest for this call may include:

  • Challenges and opportunities of social media in a children’s rights perspective;
  • Are progresses in Artificial Intelligence children’s rights-sensitive?;
  • Issues relating to children’s forms of surrogacy and other forms of reproductive assistance;
  • Assisted reproductive technologies in a children’s rights perspective;
  • Biomedicine developments and children’s rights;
  • Children’s right to education and the long-term impact of new technologies;
  • Children’s rights and fostering innovation in an Agenda 2030 perspective;
  • Protection and participation of children in the digital era;
  • Children’s rights in the “smart city”;
  • Children’s rights and contemporary urban planning;
  • Girls’ rights and cyber-violence;

Manuscripts, formatted following strictly the journal guidelines, should be sent to phrg.journal@unipd.it by Monday 10th June 2019.

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