Nederlands-Vlaams tijdschrift voor mediation en conflictmanagement

Het Nederlands-Vlaams tijdschrift voor Mediation en conflictmanagement bespreekt de relevante ontwikkelingen in binnen- en buitenland, biedt zowel wetenschappelijke als 'interdisciplinaire' beschouwingen en vormt een platform voor de praktijkervaringen van mediators.

Het tijdschrift is onmisbaar voor iedereen die werkzaam is als mediator, maar ook interessant voor mensen die werkzaam zijn in de advocatuur en de adviespraktijk.

Peer review

Het Nederlands-Vlaams tijdschrift voor Mediation en conflictmanagement is een peer reviewed tijdschrift. De hoofdredacteur voert vooraf een marginale toetsing uit met betrekking tot de prima facie plaatsbaarheid van het artikel in het tijdschrift. Plaatsbaar geachte bijdragen worden vervolgens onderworpen aan een dubbel blinde peer review. Ingediende artikelen worden geanonimiseerd voorgelegd aan twee experts. De opmerkingen en suggesties van deze experts worden geanonimiseerd bezorgd aan de auteur. De redactie neemt op basis van het verslag van de experts een beslissing om het artikel te accepteren, te weigeren of om de auteur te verzoeken het artikel aan te passen.

Vragen aan de redactie kunt u mailen naar redactiesecretaris Paulina Damen, pdamen@redactiebureau.nl. Ook de Auteursinstructie is op te vragen bij de redactiesecretaris.


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Paulina Damen (redactiesecretaris), L. Demeyere lic. rechten & lic. TEW, B. Gayse, Mr. dr. R.W. Jagtenberg, Prof. dr. E. Lancksweerdt, P. Van Leynseele, Mr. R. Ritzen, Mr. dr. A.J. de Roo (hoofdredacteur), Prof. dr. A.L. Verbeke en Dr. H. Verbist

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European Journal of Policing Studies

In 2013 the European Journal of Policing Studies (EJPS) was founded. Since then many issues of this journal have been published about highly different aspects of police and policing, from very different theoretical and methodological perspectives. Special issues of the journal were published about for instance plural policing, police cultures and methodology in police research.

In 2022 EJPS makes a new start, from now on published by Eleven. As before, EJPS wants to publish high-quality papers that provide insights into contemporary policing discussions in or related to (continental) Europe. It focuses on issues that are of interest to the police and other actors in policing, and that may shape (the future of) policing. EJPS aims to offer authors ample room to present their (empirical) research results. Furthermore, EJPS also aims to publish special issues, focusing on specific topics or themes that are relevant for both the policy and practice of (public and private) policing.

Editorial board

Prof. dr. Antoinette Verhage (editor), Prof. dr. ir. Jan Terpstra (editor), Yinthe Feys (editorial assistant), and Dr. Courtney Marsh (editorial assistant)

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Politics of the Low Countries

Politics of the Low Countries (PLC) provides scientific insights in Belgian and Dutch politics. It is the official journal of the Flemish (VPW), Francophone (ABSP) and Luxembourg (LuxPol) political science associations in cooperation with the Dutch Political Science Association (NKWP). The journal has a comprehensive scope, embracing all the major political developments in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg. PLC publishes research articles from a wide variety of methodological perspectives and on a broad range of topics such as political behaviour, political parties, political communication, parliamentary studies, public administration, political philosophy and even EU- and international politics. All these areas of study are considered in relation to Belgium, the Netherlands or Luxembourg. Either as specific case studies or as part of comparative research. Besides research articles PLC also provides space for descriptive notes on politics in the Low Countries, PhD-reviews and literature reviews on the academic evolutions within political science in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg. This makes it essential reading for both political practitioners and academics. All research articles in this journal have undergone blind peer review, ensuring that all the articles we publish meet high academic standards. The peer review is based on editor screening and anonymized refereeing by two anonymous referees.


In handling commissioned articles and unsolicited ones, Politics of the Low Countries makes use of an online submission system called the Editorial Manager. To submit, please click here.

Res Publica

The 2005-2018 issues of Res Publica, the predecessor of PLC, are online available for subscribers to Politics of the Low Countries. To access the archives, please click here.

Editorial board

Luana Russo (Editors-in-chief), Min Reuchamps (Editors-in-chief), Julien Van Ostaaijen, Stefanie Beyens, Daphne Van Der Pas, Katja Biedenkopf, Brenda van Coppenolle, Christophe Lesschaeve, Maurits Meijers, Caroline Close, and Audrey Vandeleene

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The International Journal of Restorative Justice

TIJRJ features articles about restorative justice. Each issue starts with an ‘Editorial’ by a leading restorative justice expert, followed by academic peer-reviewed articles concerning original and current research on theoretical, practice and policy developments. In addition, the journal contains ‘Notes from the Field’, in which experts representative of their respective fields and countries debate practices, models or recent innovations. Then there are ‘Conversations’ with prominent figures known globally for their contributions to the field. Finally, a stimulating book review section examines the most recent or important restorative justice publications.

The journal’s aim is to contribute to the development of restorative justice by discussing its diverse, challenging and innovative facets, as well as to encourage fruitful discussions and debates. The International Journal of Restorative Justice will appeal to academics and researchers, to practitioners and policy-makers, and to those who want to keep up to date with the rapid changes in the field of restorative justice.


For general information, please contact Marlies Talay (Editorial Assistant): editor.tijrj@boomdenhaag.nl. For book reviews, please contact Fernanda Fonseca Rosenblatt (Book review editor): bookrevieweditor.tijrj@boomdenhaag.nl.

Open Access Policies

Boom uitgevers Den Haag is primarily a “Green” Open Access publisher. The author of a scholarly publication has the right to make his/her publication online available to the public free of charge, six months after publication, provided a reference to the original source of publication is clearly given. This means that, as long as there is no commercial purpose, the author can archive the final PDF file of his/her publication in the repository of the academic institution where the author works, in an independent repository or on the personal website of the author.

Boom uitgevers Den Haag also offers “Gold” Open Access meaning that we also offer Open Access in exchange for a Publication Charge. This option is available for full books and journal contributions. Publishing in Open Access means that the digital version of the work will be free to access for anyone and the work can be shared everywhere directly after publication. This can improve downloads and citations and can increase usage and impact of the work.

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Editorial board


Ivo Aertsen, University of Leuven (Belgium)
Estelle Zinsstag, Edinburgh Napier University (UK), University of Leuven (Belgium)

Associate editors

Fernanda Fonseca Rosenblatt, Catholic University of Pernambuco (Brazil)
Albert Dzur, Bowling Green State University (USA)
Jane Bolitho, Victoria University of Wellington (NZ)
Tali Gal, University of Haifa (Israel)
Gerry Johnstone, University of Hull (UK)
Claudia Mazzucato, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan (Italy)
Meredith Rossner, Australian National University (Australia)
Lode Walgrave, University of Leuven (Belgium)

Editorial Assistant

Marlies Talay, New York City Criminal Justice Agency (USA)

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