in the Review of Public Affairs !
The Revue d'Affaires Publiques de Sciences Po is a biannual, multidisciplinary and bilingual publication that aims to collect and disseminate the best work done by students as part of their studies at Sciences Po. Created and supported by the School of Public Affairs, it is supervised by a scientific committee.
The journal aims to reflect the diversity of public affairs and the work, both in content and form, carried out by Sciences Po students. Articles can thus cover economic policies, social or environmental policies, French or European public law, health policies, international relations, political philosophy, etc.
The work can be submitted by master's students at the School of Public Affairs (EAP) and the School of International Affairs (PSIA) of Sciences Po Paris. Students in a gap year or double master's degree may also submit works.
All the work from 1,500 to 10,000 words will be evaluated by the scientific committee and the editorial committee. However, there are a few simple formatting rules to follow.
In French or English, be careful with the spelling and form of your work. If your paper contains sections in other languages, please provide a translation.
All works must include a complete bibliography. We prefer the Chicago Style format with all references at the end, not as footnotes. The editorial committee may change the format if necessary.
To submit a paper, simply send it to email@example.com during the call for contributions.
In the title of the email, please note: NAME, language of the paper, title. In e-mail body, simply your full name, Master program, and paper title.
If your publication contains images, they must be free of copyright, or have obtained written permission from their author. Here you will find all the information about the creative commons qualification.
Illustrations will probably be included in the publication. If you wish, you can submit a separate image that better reflects your work. Please include the link in the body of your email to indicate that its use for free distribution is allowed.