Migration, both legal and illegal, is one of the most current problems at the global level. Armed conflicts, natural catastrophes, climate changes or, simply, poor living conditions cause more and more people to leave their native country and go on the long journey in search of better living conditions. For the host states, this infusion of people, generally young, can be a beneficial thing, but it also raises a series of the most diverse challenges.
Throughout this complex process, human rights must be fully respected.
Our conference aims to provide a platform for debate on how all these issues have to be managed and ruled by legal norms.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Submission (registration form and abstract, maximum 300 words in English)
March 26, 2023
Notification of acceptance
March 29, 2023
Paper submission and registration fee
April 21, 2023
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
After the peer-review process, the paper will be submitted to the e-mail address: email@example.com
An author may submit only one paper as a single author.
Authors are invited to submit a second article for issue No. 2/2023 of the journal Fiat Iustitia.