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As well as the fantastic campaigning that LSESU Amnesty International society has been doing this year, they are also is publishing the 4th edition of its annual journal and are looking for submissions from students or graduates. Read on to find out what all about it…
In our journal, Justitia Omnibus, established by the Amnesty International society at London School of Economics and Political Science, we publish original academic work to address contemporary issues, discussions and debates in the field of human rights.
This year we want to be different; we want to make a lasting impact. We have recruited a design team responsible
for making our journal professional, feature quality articles, photographs and discussions, and make it stand out. Your articles will be collaborated with submissions from a range of existing authors and campaigners active in the Amnesty community. Our theme this year is ‘Regions of the World’ and the journal will be subdivided to reflect discussions about human rights across the world. Undergraduate and post graduate students are encouraged to submit articles from a range of areas including, but not limited to: economics, law, international relations, sociology, gender studies, history, peace studies, development, communications and human rights studies. The journal is also seeking original, high-quality photographs relating to the topic of human rights. One photograph will be selected for use on the cover, to be printed in colour with the possibility of a second photograph being selected for the back cover. Additional photographs will also be printed within the journal and please submit a caption with the photograph. Submitted papers must be previously unpublished and 1000 words in length. The deadline for the articles and photographs is 17th January 2014, and all articles should be e-mailed as an attachment to the Journal Editor Chris Freeman at email@example.com . Please e-mail the editor at this address if you have any enquiries. For an idea of the type of articles we have had in the past, please click here. We look forward to receiving your submissions! With Regards, LSE SU Amnesty International
Check out the Facebook page for the Journal here.
The LSE Faith Centre is currently holding a Christmas Carol Service now (5.30pm, 11 December 2013) at the Shaw Library, presenting traditional carols by the LSE Choir, and also readings to celebrate the upcoming Christmas!
To participate in regular services, the details are as below:
To register seats for the upcoming Christmas morning service at St Paul’s Cathedral, simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What the Ssh! was all that about?
Last week a breakaway faction of the SU held a publicity stunt for the new Students’ Union building.
Whilst the building isn’t *quite* yet finished, it was fantastic to see so many students in attendance for something they knew nothing about!
Hopefully it’s clear to everyone that we’re very excited about moving into our (and your) new home in the new year.
Enjoy your vouchers!
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