PUBLIC CALL FOR AD HOC REVIEWERS REVISTA DIREITOS FUNDAMENTAIS E DEMOCRACIA (RDFD) FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AND DEMOCRACY REVIEW

The Fundamental Rights and Democracy Review (RDFD) is a Brazilian online open access academic journal that publishes papers under the Creative Commons Attribution (by) license. CAPES has classified it in the Qualis A1 level and it has been indexed in the foremost national and international databases.

RDFD is published every four months and is well regarded both nationally and internationally for its publishing of papers in the following areas: Constitutional Law, International Law, and Integration Law, always through the prism of fundamental rights, democracy and human rights, aiming at a critical analysis of the researched themes, emphasizing technique and academic accuracy. It publishes theoretical and empirical papers in the various sub-themes that compose the aforementioned areas.

RDFD is making a public call for foreign and Brazilian researchers who have a doctorate, so that they may act as ad hoc referees for the journal (excepting researchers from the Brazilian state of Paraná).

Any person who wants to answer this call and participate must send an e-mail to the journal at <rdfd@unibrasil.com.br>, requiring to be registered by the journal as a REVIEWER, providing the following personal information:

a)     Name and surname;

b)     Academic titles (remembering all participants must have a doctorate) and the academic institutions where they were obtained;

c)     The academic institution to which the participant is currently attached;

d)     The Brazilian federation state or the foreign country (for foreigners) in which the participant conducts activities;

e)     Any areas the participant has interest of working in, as a reviewer;

f)      Curriculum Lattes online address;

The position being offered perceives no payment; nevertheless, referees will receive a declaration of participation for any activities undertaken.

 

Sincerely,

Prof. Dr. Eduardo Biacchi Gomes

Fundamental Rights and Democracy Review’s Editor-in-Chief

http://revistaeletronicardfd.unibrasil.com.br