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10 January 2021
Human Rights, Dignity, and Social Justice: From Knowledge to Action
This Special Issue aims to showcase research on the promotion of human rights, dignity, and social justice. Conceived from Social Psychology as a field focused on interpersonal relationships, the Special Issue will favor contributions with an emphasis on communication, and aimed at solving and preventing intra- and intercultural confrontations. Likewise, it seeks to strengthen collaboration and international knowledge among psychology professionals interested in these topics, from research backgrounds as well as intervention, education, and/or professional practice backgrounds.
Very different transcultural and interconnected themes revolve around human rights, dignity, and social justice, such as gender discrimination prevention and the eradication of all types of violence against women from an intersectional perspective, or health and social welfare in diverse and vulnerable populations due to their age, gender, ethnicity, creed, social position, etc.
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Submissions are admitted in English or Spanish.
Authors must first send an Abstract of a maximum length of 200 words. If approved, author/s will then be requested to send the full text of their manuscript to be sent for peer-review. Corrections or new submissions may be requested during the peer-review process.
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All articles will be published bilingually (English and Spanish), at no cost to the author/s.
Any queries may be addressed to the Special Issue Editors.
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