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HRSJ 001 – Call for Papers – Human Rights under Religious/Theocratic Political Systems: A Possibility or a Myth?

 “Human Rights under Religious/Theocratic Political Systems: A Possibility or a Myth?”

Human Rights Support Org. Corp. (HRS Org) committee would like to invite paper submissions for Human Rights Support Journal (HRSJ) electronic and/or paper publication with a special issue focusing on“Human Rights under Religious Political Systems: A Possibility or a Myth?”.

Human Rights Support Org. Corp. (HRS Org) is a duly incorporated entity according to the laws of On, Canada, Registration No.: 002657211, and is focused on promoting human rights and educating people on these rights. For more information, please click here.

Important Dates 

Abstracts Submission Deadline                                                                                       Jan 07, 2019
Full-Text Paper Submission Deadline                                                                              Mar 21, 2019
Projected Acceptance (with modifications if needed)/Rejection Notification         April 16, 2019
Final Paper Submission                                                                                                     April 26, 2019

Please do remember to quote the Call Code HRSJ001 in the subject line of your submission email AND the end of the submission file name.

All papers must be submitted in MS-Word format only. There is no minimum number of pages for the manuscripts; the maximum number of pages is 35 excluding references. The required format is Letter/A4 size, 1” margin, single-spaced, 12 point, and Times New Roman. You can submit your submissions via email to: hrsorg {at} outlook {dot} com.

The copyright of the submissions will continue to be owned by their respective authors. However, all authors of the submitted papers hereby grant Human Rights Support Org. Corp. the unconditional non-exclusive right to publish any of the papers at HRS Org’s discretion.

An honorarium of $250 CAD and the HRS Org’s Human Rights Support Award (Carved Tablet) will be awarded to the paper that would rank the first based on the reviewers’ selection.