What Can You Submit And How?
If you would like to submit an article in the topical areas we cover on the Social Europe website please email the text (usually no longer than 700 – 1000 words – we are strict about this) in an editable document format accompanied by a brief biography, your Twitter username (if you have one) and high resolution pictures of yourself and potential co-authors to [email protected]. If you use any charts or graphs in your submission (use as few as possible) please also send the files separately in high resolution. Please don’t use footnotes, endnotes or references. Instead, please supply hyperlinks (embedded links) for any references where you think this helpful.
We only consider articles that are offered to us first and have not been published elsewhere. Furthermore, we also reserve the right to make editorial changes (such as new headlines) before publication. Please be also aware that if your article is accepted for publication you grant us a royalty-free license (including for commercial purposes) to use the article on the Social Europe website and in other Social Europe products worldwide.
As the amount of submitted articles has increased significantly, we ask for your understanding that we cannot provide individual feedback for rejected articles. We would like to encourage women in particular to submit articles as we are aware of the challenge to ensure an adequate gender balance in our publications.
Full Editorial Policy
By submitting material to Social Europe you warrant to us that any texts, photos, videos, audio material and any other content you submit (1) is your original work, (2) is submitted to Social Europe first and is not under consideration elsewhere, (3) does not infringe or violate any law, rule or regulation or the rights or intellectual property rights (including but not limited to copyright, trade marks, design rights, data base rights, whether registered or unregistered, or any similar rights recognised anywhere in the world) of any person (or encourage anyone else to do so), (4) is not objectionable, inaccurate or inflammatory, (5) is not obscene, defamatory, libelous, threatening, pornographic, harassing, hateful, racially or ethnically offensive, (6) is not an advertisement or solicitation of business or contributions, (7) complies with all applicable law and policy in the territory of publication, including without limitation the Bribery Act 2010 for UK publications.
You own your submissions, but we can still use them. You own the copyright in your content but by submitting any content to Social Europe, you grant us a worldwide, royalty-free licence for the full period of copyright (as defined by English law) to exercise all rights under copyright with respect to such content, which Social Europe may use and exploit (along with your name and identifying features) on its website and other properties and those of our business partners, as well as for marketing and promotional purposes. This includes authorising the translation and publication of your content elsewhere. You waive all moral rights in the content you submit and/or agree never to assert them.