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November 2019: the special issue on Children's Rights Facing Developments in Technology is out!

The third and last issue of 2019 (PHRG 3(3)) - a special issue on "Challenges and Opportunities for Children's Rights Facing Developments in Technology”  - is now available open access in the PHRG website.
The issue contains the following research articles:
 

The July issue of PHRG is out!

The second issue of 2019 - PHRG 3(2) - has just been released.

The issue includes the following articles: 

  • Aida Kišūnaitė
    Children’s Rights Protection in the EU: The Need for a Contextual Perspective
    Gözde Orhan
  • Religious Freedom Governance or Institutionalization of a Heterodox Religion? Turkey’s Urban Policies with Respect to Alevi Population
    Janina Stürner, Petra Bendel
  • The Two-way ‘Glocalisation’ of Human Rights or: How Cities Become International Agents in Migration Governance
    Lucas Costa dos Anjos, Maria Clara Oliveira Santos
  • Urban Landscapes and Dystopian Scenarios: Smart Cities for Whom? Tales of Inclusionary and Exclusionary Practices

The issue can be accessed open-access here.

SPECIAL ISSUE: Challenges and Opportunities for Children's Rights Facing Developments in Technology (New deadline: 30th 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 Sunday 30th June 2019.

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