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Call for papers for the Twenty-second issue of the Journal for European Issues “Evrodijalog”

The Centre for Regional Policy Research and Cooperation “Studiorum” and the Editorial Board of the Journal for European Issues “Evrodijalog” in collaboration with the World Health Organisation Country Office are announcing:

Call for papers for the Twenty-second issue of the Journal for European Issues “Evrodijalog”

Thematic issue: Health and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Deadline for submitting articles: 10 November 2016.

“Evrodijalog” is a bi-annual publication of CRPRC Studiorum. The journal aims to promote objective, critical and analytical thinking on issues related to accession and membership in the European Union.

For this issue of “Evrodijalog”, authors are encouraged to submit articles expressing their creativity in a wide range of topics related to health and wellbeing as part of the Agenda 2030 and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development, adopted by the 193 Member States of the UN, through its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and 169 targets, is aimed at integrating the three key dimensions of sustainable development (economic, social and environmental), representing a major shift from multiple fragmented parallel processes to a single comprehensive and universal agenda for the people, planet and prosperity, grounded in peace, inclusiveness, strong governance, and global partnership. It also recognizes that so many of the development goals impact one another and are interrelated, interdependent, as a network with explicit links among goals through targets which will facilitate cross-sector integration, policy coherence and whole of government, whole of society approach.

The World Health Organization (WHO) European Region welcomes the global health agenda prepared. The Health2020, European policy for health and wellbeing, fully aligned with the Agenda 2030, has been paving the way towards better health outcomes for three years already, securing safe trip towards achieving the ambitious Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The selected articles will be published in “Evrodijalog” no. 22 in digital form on CD, in both Macedonian and English languages. CRPRC Studiorum will provide translation of the articles, as needed.

Instructions for authors:

  1. The manuscript should be 10 to 15 pages long (4500-6000 words; checked with word count). The manuscript should be submitted in electronic form, to: evrodijalog@studiorum.org.mk.
  2. The manuscript should be typed in Word (any version), no further adjustments are needed. The tables and graphs should be as plain formatted as possible.
  3. The manuscript should include:
    • Name and surname of the author(s) and title(s);
    • Title of the paper and subtitles (if applicable);
    • Short biography of the author(s) (1 sentence for each author). e.g.
    • Abstract in Macedonian (1/2 page) – (for manuscripts submitted in English, translation of the English summary will be arranged by the editorial board of “Evrodijalog”);
    • Abstract in English (1/2 page); and
    • Reference list of cited sources.
  4. Language editing and proofreading will be arranged by the editorial board of “Evrodijalog”.
  5. Citation of the literature should be in compliance with the unified MLA style, as shown in the following example:
Source Citation style
– books: – in the text: (Castells, p.236)
– at the end of the text (in references): Castells, M. The Rise of the Network Society, Blackwell Publishers, Oxford, UK, 1996.
– journal articles: – in the text: (Robins & Webster, 1998)
– at the end of the text (in references) : Robins, K. and Webster F., “The Iron Cage of the Information Society”, Information, Communication and Society, vol. 1, no. 1, Routledge Journals, Hampshire, UK,1998:44-57
– web sites and links: – in the text: (Greenfield, 1999)
– at the end of the text (in references): Greenfield, D. “The Nature of Internet Addiction”, Meetings of the American Psychological Association, August 20, 1999, available at: www.virtual-addiction.com (Accessed: April 13, 2000)
– conference proceedings: – in the text: (Blau, 1998)
– at the end of the text (in references): Blau, A. “Floods Don’t Build Bridges: Rich Networks, Poor Citizens, and the Role of Public Libraries”, Information Landscapes for a Learning Society, 29 June – 1 July 1998, University of Bath, UK.

The deadline for submission of papers is 10 November 2016. Please submit only manuscripts that are either final version or a final draft! Authors are kindly asked to specify when submitting the manuscript, whether it is a final version of a final draft. The papers should be submitted to the Editorial Board at: evrodijalog@studiorum.org.mk.

We look forward to receiving and reading your papers!

Editorial Board,
Journal for European Issues “Evrodijalog”
Skopje, 6 October 2016


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Call for Papers for Journal for European Issues “Evrodijalog” – Volume 22 (.pdf)

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