Youth Voice Journal (YVJ™) is the world's leading peer-reviewed journal publishing theoretical contributions and empirical studies on international issues affecting young people and youth work. YVJ™ is published by RJ4All Publications and is ranked and indexed by Scopus, ORCID, Kudos, Criminal Justice Abstracts, EBSCO and ERIH PLUS.

Call for Guest Editor for the Youth Voice Journal Special Issue: Race and Young People

Call for Guest Editor

Issues concerning and affecting young people have undoubtedly become more paramount in recent times across a number of areas. During the course of the last decade we have witnessed the growing rates of mental illness among young people, the increasing figures of young people internationally becoming refugees in the face of domestic conflicts, as well as a drastic rise in race related conflicts, and a growing emphasis upon celebrating and recognising the LGBT community within our society.

In light of this, the Youth Voice journal will seek to publish theoretical research addressing these key themes in a structured format across the calendar year.

The Editor in Chief, Dr. Theo Gavrielides, calls for a Guest co-Editor from anywhere in the world to jointly work with us in encouraging the development and submission of papers addressing the issues that young people face regarding race.

The Guest co-Editor should ideally have a strong background, experience and network of contacts in the key theme in order to successfully provide a strategic direction in soliciting papers and managing the peer-review process to ensure deadlines and the journal’s high publishing standards are maintained.

How to Apply

If you are interested in becoming a guest editor please send to the Editor a covering letter and CV to

About the Journal

The Youth Voice Journal is an international, multidisciplinary and peer reviewed journal specialising in publishing theoretical contributions and empirical research on issues affecting young people all over the world. The Youth voice journal is indexed by Scopus and also a member of COPE to ensure we adhere to codes of conduct for journal editors and our work is of the highest standard possible.  The journal also publishes cases studies and book reviews focused on issues. The YVJ is managed by an independent Academic and Editorial Board and seeks to provide a reference source for academia, policy makers and youth services internationally.

The Youth Voice Journal is published by IARS Publications, a small non-profit publishing house specialising in social sciences and the publication of cutting edge research impacting on young people, human rights, restorative justice and crime.


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About Youth Voice Journal

Youth Voice Journal is an international, multidisciplinary, refereed journal that publishes theoretical contributions and empirical studies on international issues affecting young people. In particular, the Journal aims to: - provide a medium, especially for young researchers and young academics, to inform debates around social policy through high quality research; - provide a platform for the intellectual exchange of ideas around the globe with the aim of influencing policies and practices; - actively encourage and aide those young people whose voice is rarely heard by policy makers to contribute to the journal. Youth Voice Journal is published by RJ4All Publications and edited by Dr. Theo Gavrielides.

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This entry was posted on May 9, 2018 by in Citizenship.

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RJ4All Publications is a non-profit independent, publisher that was founded by Dr. Theo Gavrielides. It specialises in social sciences and research studies, has a  restorative justice series and is the publisher of the peer reviewed Youth Voice Journal.  


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