viernes, junio 14, 2024
Journal of Human Rights & the Environment

Call for Submissions: Journal of Human Rights & the Environment

The Journal of Human Rights and the Environment (JHRE) warmly welcomes submissions for the upcoming issues in Volumes 11 and beyond.

The relationship between human rights and the environment is fascinating, uneasy and increasingly urgent. This international journal provides a strategic academic forum for an extended interdisciplinary and multi-layered conversation that explores emergent possibilities, existing tensions, and multiple implications of entanglements between human and non-human forms of liveliness.

We invite critical engagements on these themes, especially as refracted through human rights and environmental law, politics, policy-making and community level activisms.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Anna Grear & Julia Dehm
Editor-in-Chief, Managing Editor


Upcoming Themes

​The Journal of Human Rights and the Environment invites contributions on the following themes:

Vol 11.2: Animal Rights (submissions by 1st Jan 2020)
Vol 12.1: New Materialisms (submissions by 1st March 2020)
Vol 12.2: The concept of equity in environmental law (submission by 1st Sept 2020)

We also welcome contributions on any theme on a rolling basis.

​We invite thoughtful, provocative and innovative submissions from all disciplines and from any theoretical perspective. Submissions should be between 8000 and 12000 words long, in house style, and should be sent to Julia Dehm (Managing Editor) at j.dehm[at] To propose a book review, or for questions in relation to book reviews, please email: [email protected].


Connect with JHRE

Follow the Journal’s designated Twitter account @JournalHRE for more details. To keep up-to-date with the latest Law and Environment news from Edward Elgar Publishing, please read the Elgar Blogand follow us on Twitter @Elgar_Law and @Elgar_Environ.

For general queries, please visit or contact [email protected].

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