Call for Blogs on Human Rights Issue by Rights Blog, Europe: No Fees, Rolling Submissions

Rights Blog, Europe is inviting a call for blogs throughout the year discussing human rights issues from students, scholars, human rights professionals, lawyers, journalists and all the members associated with the human rights space.

About Rights Blog

Rights! was initiated in 2015 by a small group of graduates from the European Master’s Degree in Human Rights and Democratisation (E.MA). In the spirit of the European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation and the Global Campus of Master’s Programmes and Diplomas in Human Rights and Democratisation, the blog site connects different disciplines, institutions and experts.

It offers varied perspectives across sectors, themes, areas of work, and continents. It also provides opportunities to reinforce synergies between knowledge and skills; theory and practice; teaching, learning, and daily implementation.


Students, scholars, human rights professionals and defenders, journalists, and witnesses of violations.

Categories of Submissions

  • Papers
  • Opinions
  • Reports
  • Accounts

Submission Guidelines on the Blog

Every submission is reviewed by members of the editorial board, who may ask for amendments/edits before the piece is passed on to the Editor-in-Chief for final approval and publication.

  • What is your argument, opinion, or topic? (State it clearly in your first line or two)
  • How is it relevant?
  • What is the overall context? (Help the reader understand the situation)
  • Why do you care? (Help us understand where are you situated as an author)
  • Why should we care? (What is the thing we did not know and you are telling us)
  • How is it connected to human rights?
  • How do you intend to approach the topic? (Describe your method or style)
  • How is the text articulated? (Give a preview of how the rest of the text is structured so that a reader can properly follow you).

Contact Details

The Editorial Board of Rights! can be reached at

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