a. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
You are eligible for submissions if at least one of the following is true for you:
– you are currently enrolled in a human rights master program or are an alumni of a human rights master program
– you have a strong professional or volunteer background in human rights (NGO experience, activism, research…)
– you have studied a different subject but specialised in human rights
b. CALL FOR ARTICLES
The Universal Human Rights Student Network is looking for a broad variety of articles including field trip reports, internship reports, human rights research articles, eyewitness accounts, human rights poetry and prose, book reviews, case studies, promotional articles for student initatives/projects/activism and summaries. UHRSN.org publishes legal and non-legal articles alike. We believe in a multidisciplinary approach to human rights and articles from a sociological, anthropological, psychological, historical, theological, philological, philosophical and technical (etc.) perspective are very welcome as long as the human rights focus is evident. For research articles we expect proper quotations (of your choice) and a reference list. The articles should be between 1000 and 2500 words long but longer or shorter submissions are also considered.
c. CALL FOR PAPERS
The Universal Human Rights Student Network is looking for paper submissions of human rights students for publication in our student publication section. We accept essays, research papers and thesis. Upon submission you have to indicate author, year, country of the master program, name of the master program, genre and the university/institution, where you wrote this particular paper.
Please submit your paper/article directly to email@example.com.