BHR Questions is the Blog of the ESIL Interest Group on Business and Human Rights. The main purpose of BHR Questions is to offer the members of the ESIL Interest Group on Business and Human Rights, scholars, practitioners and other interested parties a space for reflection on developing issues on Business and Human Rights. BHR Questions will not be news driven, but instead, the contributions should be in the form of short analytical pieces that may not warrant development into a journal article yet, but which are nevertheless important enough to generate discussion and contribute to the development of Business and Human Rights as a field of International Law. The rules concerning submissions and the posting of comments are as follows:
Rules concerning submissions:
- Contributions must be written in English.
- Word limit: maximum 1,500 words.
- Any font is acceptable.
- Footnotes should be sparingly used and only when absolutely necessary.
- Headings can be used to break up long text.
- Language, tone and style must be aligned with general academic expectations.
- Contributors must submit their full name and affiliation.
- Contributions will be accepted and published on a rolling basis.
- Contributions should be sent to Dr. Mihaela Barnes at email@example.com and will be reviewed for publication by the Members of the Coordinating Committee who reserve their right to request amendments to any given submission on a case-by-case basis.
Rules concerning the posting of comments:
- Comments must be written in English.
- Critical comments are welcome but language, tone and style must be aligned with general academic expectations.
- Comments can be posted below each blog entry.
- Commentators must submit their full name and affiliation otherwise comments will be deleted.
- The Members of the Coordinating Committee reserve their right to request amendments or to delete any given comment on a case-by-case basis.
We very much look forward to receiving your contribution to BHR Questions. The Coordinating Committee remains at your disposal if you have any other suggestions or proposals.
BHR Questions is maintained for information purposes only. The blog posts reflect the views and opinions of their individual authors not those of ESIL, the Interest Group or the Coordinating Committee.