Intergenerational Justice Review
“Constitutions and Intergenerational Justice”
Double Issue: 2016 (2) and 2017 (1)
THE DEADLINES FOR SUBMISSIONS FOR BOTH OF THESE ISSUES HAVE NOW PASSED.
The first issue (2016 (2)) has been published and is available to view online on the dedicated IGJR website: www.igjr.org
The second issue (2017 (1)) will be published in Spring 2017.
For the original call for papers, see www.if.org.uk/intergenerational-justice-review-2016-2
The Intergenerational Justice Review (IGJR) has been published by the Stuttgart-based think tank the Foundation for the Rights of Future Generations (FRFG) since 2002. The 2012 issue was published in cooperation with the Intergenerational Foundation (IF), and likewise the 2015 issue. For the 2016 (1) issue, the FRFG and IF were joined by the University of Tübingen, and the 2016 (2) and 2017 (1) double issue has had the additional help of Professor Bruce Auerbach of Albright College, Reading, Pennsylvania.
Founded in 1997, the FRFG has played a leading role in gathering and supporting research in intergenerational issues at the academic level – research that usually falls within the compass of university departments of law, politics and philosophy. The Intergenerational Justice Review reflects this academic focus. Articles, submitted by senior academics and researchers in the field, are peer-reviewed and published only on the recommendation of two reviewers.
Starting 2016, two issues of the IGJR will appear each year.