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INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE
“TOWARDS A BETTER FUTURE: DEMOCRACY, EU INTEGRATION AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE”
Bitola, Republic of Macedonia
10 – 12 May, 2019
Submission e-mail: email@example.com
Faculty of Law, “St.Kliment Ohridski” University – Bitola announces the Call for Papers to
be presented at the Conference.
This event presents a great opportunity for everyone in attendance to join together with researchers and practitioners from the region, Europe and beyond. The purpose of the Conference is to provide an international forum to present and discuss the latest developments, to share views and ideas, as well as to establish research collaborations and networking, in order to adequately respond to contemporary challenges within the areas covered by the Conference.
We are pleased to invite the prospective authors to electronically submit their papers in English to:
Democracy itself, today dominantly established as representative is all-entailing and layered, subsequently, its scientific legal or political treatment might refer to numerous aspects. Most commonly accepted criterion for functional democracy is the existence of real elections – the type of the elections, the realistic representation of the interests of the societal segments and interest groups. However, it is inevitable to address the forms of direct democracy, specific democratic tools on central and local level, as well as the democratic institutions and procedures which would guarantee the realization of human rights and would factor in the public opinion and public discourse in the decision making process.
Democracy, protection and advancement of human rights, citizens’ participation, peace, good governance and institution building are part of the essential values of the European Union which represent significant portion of the motive of EU member states and of the neighboring countries to belong to the context of this political and legal entity, the most advanced worldwide in terms of promoting and practicing of these axiological concepts. Still, EU and the process of European integration is complex and as every complex economic, political and legal system, it faces substantial challenges in every area, as well. The EU challenges are also reflected in the area of security as common European motive, in compliment to new trends, migrant currents and the policies and regulative which must be in accordance with said circumstances; then, terrorism, financial and electronic criminal, trading with people etc., all the while the classic challenges are not negligible. The foreign policy is also of great importance for the EU, as means of the EU to position itself in the international community as an important factor, simultaneously affecting internal welfare and prosperity. EU foreign policy is remarkably complex and interconnected with numerous areas, including relations with both strong partners and opponents, relations with the neighbors, the special status of the Western Balkans and its EU entrance perspectives, creation of EU’s own military force, foreign trade policy and representation in the international organizations.
From another aspect, the need of integration and improvement of national legal systems surfaces in the area of repressing criminal actions. Criminality constantly changes its form, according to the social and political circumstances in each state and specific regions, while the criminal law is generally characterized by its mitigation, turning towards alternative penal measures and by changing the focus from retributive justice and repression towards restorative justice and prevention. Yet, certain severe criminal acts, especially the ones concerning life and physical integrity of the person, simultaneously surpassing state borders and contain complexity in the forethought and organization, deserve due attention of criminology and contemporary legal systems for the purpose of securing peace, protection and security of the citizens. The system of criminal justice represents a complex network of institutional and governmental bodies which aim is not only identification of criminals, but it is also providing adequate sanction aimed towards their re-socialization and recovery in the community as constructive individuals.
The criminal justice is tightly connected to the realization of human rights and freedoms, therefore related to the concepts of rule of law and democracy, which, as mentioned, are focal axiological points of the EU. The dichotomy of security on one hand and human freedom, on the other, are centuries-old dilemma and ever spark reevaluation of the right ratio between these two notions.
This Conference offer multidisciplinary approaches covering, but not limited to, the following:
– The EU in the international affairs;
– Multi – speed / two – speed Europe and its perspectives;
– The rise of populism and extremist parties in Europe;
– Regional policy of the European Union;
– Pre-accession programs and funds of the EU: Results, opportunities and perspectives;
– Human rights and the rule of law;
– Police, the rule of law and democracy;
– Courts, criminal justice and rule of law;
– (Macedonian) penitentiary system: Between repressive and restorative justice;
– Juvenile justice;
– Prison life: Living in and Leaving Prison;
Step 1: Abstract Submission: deadline February 15, 2019 Please, proof your abstract before submitting it via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 2: Abstract acceptance notifications: deadline February 25, 2019 Once your abstract is accepted the paper preparation process begins. Please follow the Paper Guidelines.
Step 3: Paper submission: deadline March 25, 2019.
Prepare your final paper in accordance with our Paper Guidelines. Papers should be sent as .doc or .docx attachments via e – mail address: email@example.com
Earlier submission of the papers helps us to manage the review process in a timely manner.
Step 4: Paper revision: deadline April 15, 2019
After submission, your paper will be subjected to initial screening and anonymous peer-review at least by one anonymous reviewer who will be selected by the Members of the Conference Editorial Board and you will receive confirmation on its acceptance by the April 15, 2019 via e-mail.
Step 5: Authors Registration and Fee payment: April 16 – May 5, 2019
Step 6: Conference dates: May 10 – 12, 2019
– Regular Registration Fee: 50 EUR
– MA and PhD Students Registration Fee: 25 EUR
– Paper Publication without Participation: 70 EUR
– Participation without a Paper: 25 EUR
1. Via bank transfer, (for participants from abroad) bank info here: http://pfk.uklo.edu.mk/conference/IBAN.pdf
2. Paying by Invoice – please send the name of the Person, Institution, and address of the Institution (with email address also) – signed and scanned invoice will be sent back to you.
3. Payment by paying – in slip (for participants from Macedonia) info here:
With registration for regular participation the participants get:
– Certificate of Attendance;
– Conference Proceedings in printed and electronic version;
– Papers will be indexed in Eprints and Google Scholar;
– Promotional materials;
– Refreshments during Conference sessions;
– Cocktail Dinner (on 11th of May, 2019).
International Program Committee
Artur Adamczyk, PhD, Centre for Europe, University of Warsaw, Poland
Hans-Juergen Zahorka, LIBERTAS – European Institute GmbH, Germany
Goran Bandov, PhD, Dag Hammarskjold University, Croatia
Oxana Karnaukhova, PhD, Southern Federal University, Russian Federation
Mehmet Sahin, PhD, Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey
Ilija Todorovski, PhD, “St. Kliment Ohridski” University in Bitola, Macedonia
Gjorgji Tonovski, PhD, “St. Kliment Ohridski” University in Bitola, Macedonia
Dimitar Eftimovski, PhD, “St. Kliment Ohridski” University in Bitola, Macedonia
Aleksandra Patoska, PhD, “St. Kliment Ohridski” University in Bitola, Macedonia
Arse Petreski, PhD, “St. Kliment Ohridski” University in Bitola, Macedonia
Sasha Knezevic, PhD, University of Nis, Serbia
Christian Ruggiero, PhD, Sapienza University, Italy
Zoran Lutovac, PhD, Institute of Social Sciences, Serbia
Marko Babic, PhD, Institute of European Studies, University of Warsaw, Poland
Przemyslaw Biskup, PhD, Institute of European Studies, University of Warsaw, Poland
Gloria Esteban de la Rosa, PhD, University of Jaen, Spain
Habib Kazzi, PhD, Lebanese University, Lebanon
Valeri Modebadze, PhD, Caucasus International University, Georgia
Eloi Martins Senhoras, PhD, Federal University of Roraima (UFRR), Brazil
Judithanne Scourfield McLauchlan, PhD, The University of South Florida St. Petersburg, USA
Polonca Kovac, PhD, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Viorel Paska, PhD, West University of Timisoara, Romania
Lucian Bercea, PhD, West University of Timisoara, Romania
Laura Stanila, PhD, West University of Timisoara, Romania
Zoran Pavlovic, PhD, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Goran Ilic, PhD, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Istvan Gal, PhD, University of Pecs, Hungary
Marija Lucic – Catic, PhD, University of Saraevo, BiH
Dina Bajrakterevic, PhD, University of Saraevo, BiH
Nedzad Koraljic, PhD, University of Saraevo, BiH
Tanja Kesic, PhD, Academy of Criminalistic and Police Studies, Belgrade, Serbia
Milan Zarkovic, PhD, Academy of Criminalistic and Police Studies, Belgrade, Serbia
Milica Kolakovic, PhD, Institute of criminological and sociological research, Belgrade, Serbia
Alba Kreka, PhD, Faculty of Education and Philology, Albania
Sergiu Popovici, PhD, West University of Timisoara, Romania
Florentina Mutiu, PhD, West University of Timisoara, Romania
Veljko Turanjanin, PhD, University of Kragujevac, Serbia
Goran Ilik, PhD – Chairman
Angelina Stanojoska, PhD – Vice-Chairman
Mirjana Ristovska, PhD – Peer-Review Coordinator
Elena Tilovska -Kechegi, PhD – PR
Aleksandar Kotevski, PhD – Technical Editor and IT Consultant
Milka Dimitrovska, MA – Secretary
Blagoj Gjorgjievski, PhD – Finance Coordinator
Mladen Karadzoski, PhD
Branko Dimeski, PhD
Svetlana Veljanovska, PhD
Elena Temelkovska – Anevska, PhD
Sasha Dukoski, PhD
Elizabeta Tosheva, PhD
Nikola Tuntevski, PhD
Ivona Shushak, MA
Gjorgji Petreski, MA
Full papers should not exceed more than 30.000 characters (with spaces) including references, which are typed according to the below guidelines:
Article title: Times New Roman; 14 pt; bold; alignment centered; single-line spacing; All Caps (max. 100 characters with spaces).
Author name and title: Times New Roman; bold; 14 pt; single-line spacing; alignment centered.
Affiliation and e-mail address: Times New Roman; italic; 12 pt; single-line spacing; alignment centered. Abstract and keywords: Between 100 and 150 words (5-7 keywords); Times New Roman; 12 pt; single-line spacing; justify.
Article text: Times New Roman; 12 pt; justify; 1.15 line spacing; margins: Top: 2,5 cm; Bottom: 2,5 cm; Left: 3 cm; Right: 3 cm. The scope of submitted text should not exceed more than 30.000 characters (with spaces) including references. Text should be written in neuter gender, concisely and in correct orthography. Latin phrases should be set in italics.
Quotations: If they are brief (3 lines or fewer), quotations should be run on with the text. Longer quotations should be indented, without quotation marks. All indented quotations should be typed single-spaced. Citation style: The author should follow Chicago Style (author-date system) for referencing, for example: (Dahl1989, 45); (Geddes 1999, 134-43); (Linz 1975). All references should be given in full at first mention. Subsequent citations can be abbreviated. Footnotes should be kept to a minimum.
Headings and subheadings: Times New Roman; 12 pt; bold.
Table: Times New Roman; bold; size 10; align heading left; single line spacing. Tables must be created in Word, not Excel. Table heading is situated above the table.
Figures: Times New Roman; bold; size 10; alignment centered; single line spacing. The authors must submit original electronic copies of the figures applied in the article in TIFF, JPG or PNG format. Figure heading is situated under the figure. Consider to align tables and figures at the centre.
Dates: Dates should be given in the form: 30 December 2013.
– The publisher has a policy of Zero Tolerance on the Plagiarism.
– Authors retain copyright and grant the publisher right of first publication with the work simultaneously licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License that allows others to share the work with an acknowledgement of the work’s authorship and initial publication in this Conference proceeding. All materials are published under an open-access license that gives authors permanent ownership of their work.
– Authors are permitted and encouraged to post their work online (author’s pre-prints on author server or institutional server only, while the author’s post-prints on author’s personal website, departmental website, employer’s website or institutional repository) prior to and during the submission process, as it can lead to productive exchanges, as well as earlier and greater citation of published work.
– Published source must be acknowledged.
– Submission of a paper implies that the work described has not been published before and that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere.
– The editors are not responsible for any possible violations of existing copyright in papers published in the Conference Proceedings all responsibility is on the authors of those papers. The publisher is not responsible for subsequent uses of the work. It is the author’s responsibility to bring an infringement action if so desired by the author.
Faculty of Law, “St.Kliment Ohridski” University – Bitola
For more information about the Conference, please contact us.
Contact e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: + 389 47 221 115
We appreciate your interest in our Conference and looking forward to your submission soon.
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Conference Organizing Team