Guest editors of the International Communication Gazette are calling for papers for special issue on digital constitutionalism. Summer 2018 issue is called Human rights and power limitation in the internet eco-system
Possible topics for empirically-based research contributions are:
- Comparative analyses of charters and declarations, focusing on similarities and differences between human rights’ agendas, deliberative approaches, and policy and regulation outputs developed by different actors in different times and places.
- In-depth analyses of single charters, declarations and documents, focusing on drafting processes, institutional framing, modalities of participation, and legal and political effects.
Deadline for abstracts is 30 September 2016. Read the full call for paper here on International Communication Gazette website.