Pollution and climate change can have devastating effects on life on Earth. In addition to natural disasters such as tornadoes, forest fires, floods, which have immediate and tragic consequences, the very change in environmental conditions has long-term impact on agriculture, transport and the economy in general. The living conditions of millions of people who will have to leave their homelands in search of more favorable areas are affected. However, overpopulation of certain regions leads to more intense pollution, which again affects human health.
Therefore, human rights are severely affected, directly or indirectly, by these changes at the global level.
On the other hand, realizing the imminent danger, governments have begun to take legislative measures to counteract the negative impact that human activities have on the natural environment. These measures must be well balanced so as not to unduly affect citizens’ rights and freedoms.
Our conference aims to provide a platform for debate on how all these trends influence the legal system and especially human rights.

Here are some examples of proposed topics on the subject: Human rights and international conventions; Environmental law; International cooperation; Constitutional rules; Environmental protection through Criminal law; Duties and responsibilities of public authorities; Legal systems and jurisprudence; Legislation for the activities in environmental protection; The role of the state in protecting the environment; Limitations on property rights; Transport regulations, Impact of consumption on the environment; The right of consumers to a healthy environment; Sustainability and resilience in health; The impact of Environmental Law on business development; The obligation of safety and conformity of the products in correlation with the regulations of environmental protection; Food security; Sustainable business development; Legislative measures to manage the energy crisis, etc.
The topics of the papers can be circumscribed to the examples above, without being limited to them. Interdisciplinary approaches are also relevant and of interest in our conference.

Important deadlines

Submission (registration form and abstract, maximum 300 words in English)

March 5, 2022

Notification of acceptance

March 8, 2022 

Paper submission and registration fee

April 11, 2022

The Conference Proceedings will be published in FIAT IUSTITIA (-link), journal indexed in EBSCO (-link), CEEOL (-link),  RePEc (-link) and WorldCat (-link)  databases, if accepted after the peer-review process has been completed.

Registration is possible only using the registration form on (-link).

All papers must respect the Author guidelines (-link) and must be submitted electronically to the e-mail address:

After the peer-review process, the paper will be submitted to the e-mail address:

An author may submit only one paper as a single author.

Authors are invited to submit a second article for issue No. 2/2022 of the journal Fiat Iustitia.