The editors of the European Yearbook of Disability Law welcome submissions of articles for inclusion in volume 5 of the series. The Yearbook contains a series of articles on current challenges and developments from analysts and academics working in the field of disability law, and is a highly-regarded, peer-reviewed journal in this field.
The Yearbook aims to provide critical insight into the evolution of European disability law and policy and offers analysis of pressing challenges in a broad range of fields. DREAM ESRs are ideally placed to submit articles to the Yearbook, given the Network’s work in the area of European disability law and policy reform in light of the UN CRPD. Previous articles included in the Yearbook have addressed topics such as: reasonable accommodation, inclusive education, digital and telecommunication accessibility, multiple discrimination, the implementation and monitoring of the UN CRPD, and the intersectionality of the UN CRPD, to name but a few areas discussed.
Articles may address for example, aspects of European Union or Council of Europe law, or undertake an analysis of disability law across European countries.
The next deadline for submission of articles is 28 February 2013, with a view to publication at the end of 2013. Authors are encouraged to contact a member of the editorial board to ensure their article falls within the scope of the Yearbook. All suitable articles are subject to peer review. Articles should be between 10 000 to 12 000 words in length, and authors are asked to provide an abstract of 150-200 words. Submission of an article will be taken to mean that the manuscript has not been published, accepted or submitted elsewhere.
If you are interested in submitting an article to Volume 5 of the Yearbook, please contact one of the editors:
Professor Lisa Waddington Email : lisa.waddington [at] maastrichtuniversity.nl
Professor Gerard Quinn Email : gerard.quinn [at] nuigalway.ie
Dr. Eilionóir Flynn Email : eilionoir.flynn [at] nuigalway.ie
**Article written by Prof. Lisa Waddington, Dr. Eilionoir Flynn and Connor Newman**