Traditionally, the second chapter of the collection is focused on the international standards of the criminal justice and penal systems. Papers on the problems of criminology, penology, human rights, criminal law and criminal procedure are welcomed.
We hope to develop cooperation with scientists, lecturers of educational institutions, international partners, and practitioners of public authorities, local government and NGOs.
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Each article should be accompanied by a title page that includes: all authors' names, institutional affiliations, addresses, telephone numbers and (if applicable) email addresses.
References should indicate the serial number, selected by two brackets, according to the list of sources (position in the list of publications literature page) [2, p.25].
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