Visegrad Journal on Human Rights
Visegrad Journal on Human Rights is the first interstate scholar journal on law issues established within the Visegrad countries. The main goal of this new journal is to set up the informational exchange, cooperation and dissemination of human rights thematics within the Visegrad Group and within other European countries.
The first issue was published on 1st October 2014 and publicly presented among the prominent scholars of Central and Eastern Europe.
We are looking for not only for papers on human rights, institutional framework of human rights’s protection system, European Court of Human Rights, human rights’s protection situation in Visegrad countries but papers on legal challenges of our neighbouring states are very welcomed!
The editorial board aims to attract authors not only from Visegrad countries and Eastern Europe but also from the Post-Soviet states. Therefore the publication could be submitted in one of the 13 languages (English, Slovak, Ukrainian, Russian, Czech, Polish, Hungarian, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Belarusian, Kazakh).
Journal is published six times per year.
Scientific publication is indexed in the international scientometric database Index Copernicus (Poland Republic).
Visegrad Journal on Human Rights is Registered by Ministry of Culture of the Slovak Republic (registered number EV 5051/14).