About the journal
Europe of Rights and Liberties/Europe des droits & Libertés is a bilingual (French-English) journal that publishes articles on classic and new issues in the field of European and international human rights policy and law. It aims to promote critical debate, comparative perspectives and interdisciplinary scholarship concerning human rights in varying contexts across national, European and international levels. The journal is the outcome of a partnership between the Carré de Malberg Research Institute (IRCM–UR 3399), the Center for International and European Studies (CEIE–EA 7307) of the University of Strasbourg and the Marangopoulos Foundation for Human Rights (FMDH).
Published mainly in electronic form, Europe of Rights & Liberties/Europe des droits & Libertés is a bi-annual publication with three sections. The first, entitled ‘Editor’s choice’, comprising of in-depth, original and unpublished studies on both theoretical and practical aspects of the protection of fundamental rights and public freedoms in Europe and internationally; the second section, entitled ‘Thematic Articles’, deals with themes in comparative European and international human rights which are of theoretical and practical interest; the third section, entitled ‘Focus’, offers an in-depth analysis on current legal developments in human rights, particularly in the area of European national and international case-law. The current circumstances prevailing throughout the world—whether the public health crisis and measures taken to halt the spread of COVID-19 or pressures involved in the migration of people or anti-terrorist measures—increasingly reinforce the need to ensure the protection of human rights.
Manuscripts proposed for publication are subject to double-blind peer review.
President of the Advisory Board: Linos-Alexandre Sicilianos
Vice-president of the Advisory Board: Florence Benoît-Rohmer
Members of the Advisory Board
Rafaa Ben Achour (Judge, African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights), Laurence Burgorgue-Larsen (University of Paris I-Sorbonne), Grainne de Burca (New York University), Maria Gavouneli (University of Athens), Constance Grewe (University of Strasbourg), Paul Lemmens (Judge, European Court of Human Rights), Rick Lawson (University of Leiden), Fabrizio Marrella (University of Ca Foscari and LUISS), Hélène Tigroudja (University of Aix-en-Provence), Patrick Wachsmann (University of Strasbourg), Zhang Wei (Chinese University of Political Science and Law).
Members of the Editorial Board
Aude Bouveresse (University of Strasbourg), Emanuel Castellarin (University of Strasbourg), Peggy Duccolombier (University of Strasbourg) Cathérine Haguenau-Moizard (University of Strasbourg), Andréa Hamann (University of Strasbourg), Dominique Ritleng (University of Strasbourg), Julie Rondu (University of Strasbourg), Aikaterini Tsampi (University of Groningen).
Editor (French Section): Christos Giannopoulos (University of Strasbourg)
Editor (English Section): Carla Buckley (University of Nottingham)