Here is attached the call for contributions to the Special Forum on “Instrumentalisation of Migrants, Sanctions Tackling Hybrid Attacks and Schengen Reform in the Shadows of the Pact“, which will be published on the open access journal “European Papers” (https://www.europeanpapers.eu/it/news/call-for-papers-special-focus-instrumentalisation-of-migrants-sanctions-tackling-hybrid-attacks-schengen-reform).
The deadline for the submission of an initial set of contributions – in the forms of Highlights or Insights – is 31 March 2022. However, the Special Focus will be open to additional works even after the expiry of this deadline, provided that they focus on the challenges described above or on other topical issues connected to them.
Highlights should normally range from 500 to 1.000 words in length, footnotes included. Insights should range from 1.500 to 5.500 words in length, footnotes included. Please note that the European Forum is multilingual, receiving contributions in English, French, Italian and Spanish.
Spontaneous contributions can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org and must comply with the European Papers’ guidelines (available here: https://www.europeanpapers.eu/en/content/submitting-highlights-and-insights-european-forum).
The Special Forum is a joint initiative of the Jean Monnet Module EU Mobility and Migration Law (EU.Mo.Mi), University of Turin, and the Jean Monnet Center of Excellence Integration of Migrants in Europe (IntoME), Tuscia University of Viterbo.
University of Tuscia (Viterbo)
Department of Linguistics and Literary, Historical, Philosophical and Legal Studies (DISTU)
Via San Carlo, 32 – 01100 Viterbo
Phone: +39 0761357879