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to be launched at 12th World Urban Forum in Cairo, Egypt, Nov 4-8th, 2024



The Journal of Public Space is looking for peer reviewers to contribute to the development of this special issue focusing on youth health and wellbeing. These are the desirable profiles:

  • for research articles, senior academic scholars with proven expertise on urban health and wellbeing, urban planning and design for youth
  • for case studies and viewpoints, scholars and/or professionals (city-managers, architects, urban planners and designers, community leaders, civil society representatives, NGO representatives, etc.) that have already developed projects or initiatives focused on urban health and wellbeing, urban planning and design for youth with at least 5 years of experience.

We expect to receive expressions of interest to serve as peer reviewers, considering that availability must be aligned with the dates and datelines indicated for the review process and final production.

Peer reviewers are supposed to provide comments on submitted full papers, in regard of structure, legibility and originality, with feedbacks to existing literature and/or key research studies, initiatives and policies, to help authors to improve the quality of their work.

Peer reviewers will not be compensated but will receive a letter of appreciation from the Editor in Chief as soon as the issue is published.


Please kindly submit your expression of interest, including a short bio, to: reviewer@journalpublicspace.org no later than 15 November 2023.