About the Journal
European journal of volunteering and community-based projects
The journal aims to address issues related to the third sector and community-based activities. The magazine therefore has the aim of spreading the culture of the third sector (voluntary organizations, social promotion associations, philanthropic bodies, social enterprises, mute aid companies, recognized and non-recognized associations, ecclesiastical bodies), the topics of interest are:
Health interventions and services
Education, health education and training
Safeguarding and improving environmental conditions
Protection and enhancement of cultural and landscape heritage
University and post-university education
Organization and management of cultural, artistic or recreational activities of social interest
Community sound broadcasting
Tourist activities of social, cultural or religious interest
Extra-curricular training, aimed at preventing early school leaving and at school and training success, at preventing bullying and combating educational poverty
commercial, production, education and information, promotion, representation, licensing of certification marks, carried out within or in favour of fair-trade chains
Services aimed at introducing or reintegrating workers and disadvantaged people into the labour market
Organization and management of amateur sports activities
Charity, distance support, free food supply
Promotion of the culture of legality, peace between peoples, nonviolence and unarmed defence
Promotion and protection of human, civil, social and political rights, as well as the rights of consumers and users of activities of general interest
International adoption procedures
Redevelopment of unused public goods or assets confiscated from organized crime.
The contributions of those who wish to compare their ideas with the experience of academics and experts in the various sectors are welcome.
The papers published in this section deal with typical Themes of the journal
This section mainly includes contributions from academics and volunteers’ actors. For this reason, they do not need any references.
We will be pleased to receive comments and observations, also critical ones, as long as they are motivated.
This section publishes contributions which do not need references but should undergo an editorial refereeing process.
The Editorial Staff has the right not to publish works containing mistakes and/or omissions.
Unpublished papers can be reproposed once they have been corrected.
This section welcomes contributions of academics and researchers who operate in similar field.
Editorial Board's Review
Peer Review Process
Reviewer selection for each article submitted is up to the editors and takes into account reviewers' experience, competence, suggestions by authors or different editors, and a previous experience in reviewing papers for EJVCBP.
Every proposal submitted for publication is read at least by an editor, for an initial review. If the paper agrees with editorial policies and with a minimum quality level, is sent to two reviewers for evaluation. EJVCBP uses a double blind peer review.
The review process aims to provide authors with a competent opinion on their paper. A review should give authors suggestions, if needed, on how to improve their papers.
The peer-review process is managed with the OJS platform.
Starting from 2020, EJVCBP will be published quarterly. The publication frequency is quarterly.
The European journal of volunteering and community-based projects utilizes the LOCKSS system to create a distributed archiving system among participating libraries and permits those libraries to create permanent archives of the journal for purposes of preservation and restoration.
The European journal of volunteering and community-based projects editorial team features articles on a wide range of business-related topics, such as business and management, finance, banking about islamic world. Proposals must offer original and substantive content based upon expert analysis, professional research or significant experience.
The European journal of volunteering and community-based projects is an Open Access online journal.
Only pitches that follow our submission guidelines will be considered.
Prospective contributors should forward a detailed along with a brief outline of proposed content, including a list of the articles being offered our readership. Any relationship between the author and subject organization must be disclosed. We look for practical applications supported by real-world examples and ideas that are clearly new, or at least clearly a new way of looking at something of interest to our audience. We also ask ourselves if potential contributors are authoritative and persuasive enough to provide our readers with an intellectual return on time invested.
Thank you for your interest in our publication. All contributed content is greatly appreciated.
Submissions are welcomed at any time.
Duties of reviewers
Fair reviews: Reviewers should evaluate manuscripts objectively, fairly and professionally. Reviewers should avoid personal biases in their comments and judgments and they should express their views clearly with supporting arguments. Reviewers must provide substantiated and fair reviews. These must avoid personal attack, and not include any material that is defamatory, inaccurate, libellous, misleading, obscene, scandalous, unlawful, or otherwise objectionable, or that infringes any other person’s copyright, right of privacy, or other rights.
Confidentiality: Information regarding manuscripts submitted by authors should be kept confidential and be treated as privileged information. Reviewers should not discuss the manuscript with anyone other than the Editor/Guest Editor(s), nor should they discuss any information from the manuscript without permission.
Acknowledgement of Sources: Manuscript reviewers must ensure that authors have acknowledged all sources of data used in the research. Any kind of similarity or overlap between the manuscripts under consideration or with any other published paper of which reviewer has personal knowledge must be immediately brought to the Editor/Guest Editor(s)’s notice.
Timeliness: In the event that a reviewer feels it is not possible for him/her to complete review of manuscript within stipulated time then this information must be communicated to the Editor/Guest Editor, so that the manuscript could be sent to another reviewer.
Right of refusal: Reviewers should refuse to review manuscripts: a) where they have provided written comments on the manuscript or an earlier version to the Author, b) in which they have any conflicts of interest resulting from collaborative, financial, institutional, personal, or other relationships or connections with any of the companies, institutions, or people connected to the papers.
Complain: Any complaint relating to the journal should, in the first instance be directed towards the Editor-in-Chief of “European journal of volunteering and community-based projects”.
Duties of Authors
Originality: Authors must ensure that no part of their work is copied from any other work, either authored by themselves or others and that the work is original and has not previously been published in whole or substantial part. The author should not submit concurrent manuscripts (or manuscripts essentially describing the same subject matter) to multiple journals.
Authorship of the Paper: Authorship should be limited to those who have made a significant contribution to conception, design, execution or interpretation of the reported study. Others who have made significant contribution must be listed as co-authors. The author should ensure that all co-authors have affirmed the final version of the paper and have agreed on its final publication.
Plagiarism and Self-Plagiarism: All work in the manuscript should be free of any plagiarism, falsification, fabrications, or omission of significant material. Plagiarism and Self-Plagiarism constitute unethical publishing behaviour and are unacceptable. “European journal of volunteering and community-based projects” reserves the right to evaluate issues of plagiarism and redundancy on a case-by-case basis.
Acknowledgement of Sources and Conflict(s) of interests: The author should indicate explicitly all sources that have supported the research and also declare any conflict(s) of interest.
Data Access and Retention: The author should provide raw data related to their manuscript for editorial review and must retain such data.
Timeliness: Authors should be prompt with their manuscript revisions. If an Author cannot meet the deadline given, the Author should contact the “European journal of volunteering and community-based projects” Managing Editor as soon as possible to determine whether a longer time period or withdrawal from the review process should be chosen.
Fundamental Errors in Published Works: The author should promptly inform the Editor/Guest Editor(s) of any obvious error(s) in his or her published paper and cooperate earnestly with the Editor-in-Chief in retraction or correction of the paper. If the Editor-in-Chief is notified by any party other than the author that the published paper contains an obvious error, the author should write a retraction or make the correction based on the medium of publication.
This Code of Ethics draws heavily from the following on-line source, which is recommended reading on ethical guidelines:
COPE – Committee on Publication Ethics, 2011. Code of conduct and best practice guidelines for journal editors. https://publicationethics.org/files/Code_of_conduct_for_journal_editors.pdf
Articles and submissions processing charges (APC)
European journal of volunteering and community-based projects does not ask for Articles Processing (APC) or submissions charges
Information for Authors
Interested in submitting to European journal of volunteering and community-based projects? We recommend that you review the Focus and Scope section page for the journal's interest areas, as well as the Submission Guidelines. Authors need to register with the journal prior to submitting, or if already registered can simply log in and begin the 5-step process
Information for librarians
We encourage research librarians to list European journal of volunteering and community-based projects (ISSN: 2724-0592) among their library's electronic journal holdings.
Peer review process
The documents must not be published or taken into consideration for publication or in the press elsewhere.
All the costs incurred by the magazine will be added to authors who do not respect this condition and their work will not be published.
Contributions must report original research and will be subject to peer review.
Each submission for the Referenced Documents section undergoes a double-blind arbitration process.
The referees are asked to judge the suitability of the presentation based on a series of criteria (significance, quality and originality, methods, errors, completeness of the bibliography).
The process takes 3 weeks.
Open Access policy
The international magazine on the third sector offers open access to all its contents. All articles published in this Journal are free to access immediately from the date of publication. No cost is charged to readers for downloading documents in order to make the research freely available to the public to support a greater global exchange of knowledge and an increase in readers and quotation of an author's work. Commercial and non-commercial use and distribution on any medium is permitted, provided that the author and journal are duly accredited.
All articles published by are internationally licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0. This allows anyone to copy, redistribute, remix, transmit and adapt the work provided that the original work and source are appropriately cited.
The magazine aspires to select and publish, through peer review, the highest quality research in the various specialist disciplines related to the activities of the third sector. In order to achieve this, the entire peer review and publication process should be accurate, objective and fair. The newspaper's reputation depends heavily on the trust of all stakeholders in the fairness of the peer review and publication process. A formal code of ethics, outlining guidelines for good behavior and proposing solutions to ethical dilemmas faced by authors, editors and reviewers, can build stakeholder confidence and improve the reputation of magazines. With this goal in mind, the Code of Ethics is designed to be a comprehensive policy for peer review and publication ethics in specialist disciplines. The Code describes the policies to ensure the ethical treatment of all participants in the peer review and publication process. The authors, editors and online reviewers of the journal are encouraged to study these guidelines and to ask questions or concerns to the chief editor. These guidelines apply to manuscripts sent to the journal and can be reviewed at any time by the chief editor.
Code of ethics for authors
“European journal of volunteering and community-based projects” is committed to the highest publication standards. The prevention of publication malpractice is one of the important responsibilities of the editorial board. The Code describes “European journal of volunteering and community-based projects” policies for ensuring the ethical treatment of all participants in the peer review and publication process. “European journal of volunteering and community-based projects” Editors, Guest Editors, Reviewers and Authors are encouraged to study these guidelines and address any questions or concerns to the editorial team (email@example.com).
These guidelines apply to all manuscripts submitted to “European journal of volunteering and community-based projects”, and may be revised at any time by the Editor-in-Chief and the Board. The following duties outlined for editors, authors, and reviewers are based on the Code of Conduct and Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors (latest version, 2011).
Duties of Editor in Chief (Editor) and Guest Editor(s)
Editor/Guest Editor(s) are responsible for the content of the journal and for ensuring the integrity of all work that is published in it.
Publication Decisions: The Editor/Guest Editor(s) have the right to make the final decision on whether to accept or reject a manuscript with reference to the significance, originality, and clarity of the manuscript and its relevance to the journal.
Antiplagiarism: the Editor scans any submitted article with Turinitin software to detect similarities and potential plagiarism.
Review of Manuscripts: “European journal of volunteering and community-based projects” follows a double-blind review process, whereby Authors do not know Reviewers and vice versa. The Editor/Guest Editor(s) are responsible for securing timely, independent and anonymous peer review from suitably qualified reviewers who have no disqualifying competing interests, of all manuscripts submitted to the journal. The Editor/Guest Editor(s) are responsible for ensuring that the journal has access to an adequate number of competent reviewers. Reviewers will be acknowledged by the journal at the end of each year. Reviewers’ list is public, on the journal website.
Fair Review: The Editor/Guest Editor(s) and their editorial staff must ensure that each manuscript received by “European journal of volunteering and community-based projects” is reviewed for its intellectual content without regard to sex, gender, race, religion, citizenship, etc. of the authors.
Confidentiality of submitted material: The Editor/Guest Editor(s) and the editorial staff will ensure that systems are in place to ensure the confidentiality and protection from misuse of material submitted to the journal while under review and the protection of authors’ and reviewers’ identities and will themselves take all reasonable steps to preserve the confidentiality of authors’ and reviewers’ identities.
Disclosure: The Editor/Guest Editor(s) should ensure that submitted manuscripts are processed in a confidential manner, and that no content of the manuscripts will be disclosed to anyone other than the corresponding author, reviewers, as appropriate.
Conflicts of Interest: The Editor/Guest Editor(s) should excuse themselves from considering a manuscript in which they have a real or potential conflict of interest resulting from competitive, collaborative, financial or other relationships or connections with any of the Authors, companies or institutions connected to the manuscript.
Authority: The Editor in Chief must have ultimate authority and responsibility for the Journal. The Editor-in-Chief should respect the Journal’s constituents (Readers, Authors, Reviewers, Guest Editors, Editorial Staff), and work to ensure the honesty and integrity of the Journal’s contents and continuous improvement in journal quality.
When an author submits a manuscript to the magazine, the manuscript must be an original work.
Authors must not send the same work, in whole or in part, to two places of publication at the same time or at any time while the manuscript is being revised at the magazine. It is also inappropriate for an author to submit a manuscript that essentially describes the same research at more than one place of publication, unless it is a new presentation of a manuscript rejected or withdrawn from publication. Therefore, an Author cannot submit a work that is in whole or in part under revision elsewhere, nor submit to another point of publication a work that is in whole or in part in the revision phase of the magazine.
The manuscript must not have been previously published or accepted for publication elsewhere, either in full (including book chapters) or in part (including text paragraphs or artifacts), both in English and in another language.
The only exception to the "originality" rule is a document on the conference proceedings, in which the document is being processed towards the manuscript sent to the magazine. The author must inform the editorial office of the document on the conference proceedings , in advance or at the time of presentation to the Journal and, if requested by the editorial office, send the document of the conference proceedings to the online publisher and handle the manuscript.
If the manuscript contains materials that overlap with works that have previously been published, that are in print or that are under consideration for publication elsewhere, the author must cite this work in the manuscript. The author must also inform the online Business Administration Office of the related work and, if requested, send the manuscript to the publisher.
Authors must explicitly mention their work and previous ideas, even when the work or ideas are not cited literally or paraphrased in the manuscript. If exact sentences or paragraphs appearing in another work of the author are included in the manuscript, the material must be enclosed in quotation marks and appropriately quoted so as not to compromise the double-blind revision process.
The manuscript should identify the origin and originality of any proprietary and non-standard datasets used in the document, such as a master dataset created by the author through a survey. If the proprietary dataset has been used elsewhere by this or another author, the manuscript should cite these other works, whether published or not.
While self-citation is encouraged, the authors try to avoid over-quoting their previous works in order to increase the number of citations. Authors should also avoid self-citation that could violate the double-blind review process. If personally identifiable information is unavoidable, the author should include the information in the manuscript Acknowledgments and also inform the Management Editor.
Authors should not send a manuscript to the journal previously submitted for review and rejected after review by a publisher. If an earlier version had previously been rejected by the magazine and the author wished to review it for review, this fact and the justification for referral must be clearly communicated by the author to the online editor of Business Administration at the time of submission. Only in rare circumstances will a second presentation be allowed.
Plagiarism and self-plagiarism:
All work in the manuscript should be free of any plagiarism, falsification, fabrication or omission of significant material.
Plagiarism takes many forms, from "handing over" another document such as the author's document, to copying or paraphrasing substantial parts of another's document without attribution, to claiming the results of research conducted by others. Authors are expected to explicitly mention the work and ideas of others, even if the work or ideas are not cited literally or paraphrased. This standard is applied by the fact that the previous work is published, unpublished or available electronically. Plagiarism in all its causes is unethical editorial behavior and is unacceptable.
Redundancy (or "self-plagiarism") is unacceptable editorial behavior. Redundancy can use in at least two ways: (1) Authors recycle parts of their previous writings using identical or almost identical sentences or paragraphs from previous writings in subsequent research papers, without citation or recognition; or (2) The authors have published several articles that show slight variations on each other, which are sent for publication in different journals but without recognition of the other articles. Authors can and often develop different aspects of a discussion in more than one manuscript. However, manuscripts that differ mainly in appearance, but are presented as separate and distinct research without recognizing other related works, involving attempts (involuntary or intentional) to deceive reviewers and readers seeking the intellectual contribution of the manuscript. The publication decisions are influenced by the novelty and innovativeness of the manuscripts, the story is deception is inappropriate and unethical.
Associated authors minimize their recycling of previous writings. If recycling is unavoidable, the author should inform the publisher at the time of submission and refer to the previous writings in the manuscript. Such self-referencing should be carefully formulated to avoid compromising the double-blind review process.
If exact sentences or paragraphs appearing in another work of the author are included in the manuscript, the material must be enclosed in quotation marks and appropriately cited.
The cases of plagiarism and redundancy will be managed according to the practices of the ethics committee of the publication. In the event that the Publisher considers "major" redundancy (eg. Multiple overlapping paragraphs), the document will be rejected and authors may be prevented from submitting for a period of time. In the event of "minor" redundancy (eg. A single duplicate paragraph describing search methods), authors would be asked to rephrase duplicate sentences.
Conflict of interest:
Authors should avoid conflicts of interest or the appearance of conflicts of interest throughout the research process. A conflict of interest is a fact known to a participant in the publication process that, if revealed later, would make a reasonable reader deceived or deceived (or an Author, Reviewer or Editor feel defensive). Conflicts of interest can influence the judgment of authors, reviewers and editors. Possible conflicts are often not immediately apparent to others. They can be personal, commercial, political, academic or financial. Financial interests may include employment, research funding (received or pending), equity or equity ownership, patents, tuition or travel payments, consultancy, non-financial support or any fiduciary interest in society. The perception of a conflict of interest is almost as important as a real conflict, since both erode trust.
All these interests (or their absence) must be declared in writing by the authors when submitting the manuscript. If they are declared, they must be published with the article. If in doubt as to whether a circumstance represents a conflict, it should be disclosed, so that publishers can assess its significance. Any questions about possible conflicts of interest should be directed to the online office of the magazine or to the editor-in-chief.
Authors should disclose in the manuscript's Acknowledgments any financial or other substantive conflict of interest that might be construed to influence the results or interpretation of their manuscript. All sources of financial support for the project should be disclosed. Authors may withhold the names of specific sponsors if they provide an adequate and full description of the sponsor's nature and interest.
When submitting a manuscript to Online Business Administration, the Corresponding Author has the opportunity to recommend one or more Area / Consulting Editors and up to four possible Reviewers for the manuscript. Authors should avoid any possible conflict of interest, or appearance of conflict of interest, in selecting Editors and Reviewers. Such conflicts of interest apply not only to the Corresponding Author but to any Co-Authors on the manuscript.
Examples of possible conflicts of interest include: (1) one of the Authors is at the same institution as the nominated Editor or Reviewer; (2) one of the Authors was a member of the Editor or Reviewer's dissertation committee, or vice versa; or (3) one of the Authors, and the Editor or Reviewer, are currently Co-Authors on another manuscript or have been Co-Authors on a manuscript within the past two years.
Authors should not nominate individuals whom they know have already read and provided comments on the manuscript or a previous version of the manuscript since such knowledge would automatically violate the double-blind review process.
The journal follows a double-blind review process, whereby Authors do not know Reviewers and vice versa. Authors should respect the confidentiality of the review process and should not reveal themselves to Reviewers, and vice versa. For example, the manuscript should not include any self-revealing information that would identify the Author to a Reviewer.
Authors should not post their submitted manuscript (including working papers and prior drafts) on websites where it could be easily discovered by potential Reviewers.
Authors should not nominate as Editor or Reviewer individuals whom they know have already read and provided comments on the manuscript or a previous version of the manuscript since such knowledge would automatically violate the double-blind review process.
Authors have the ultimate responsibility for all materials included in a manuscript submitted to the journal. Authors are obligated to present an accurate account of the research performed as well as an objective discussion of the significance of the research.
Authors should report their findings fully and should not omit data that are relevant within the context of the research question(s). Results should be reported whether they support or contradict expected outcomes. Authors should take particular care to present relevant qualifications to their research or to the findings and interpretations of them. Underlying assumptions, theories, methods, measures and research designs relevant to the findings and interpretations of their work should be disclosed.
The manuscript should contain sufficient detail and references to permit peers with access to the same dataset to repeat the work.
If an Author discovers a significant error or inaccuracy in his/her own work, it is the Author's obligation to promptly notify the journal Editor and cooperate with the Editor to retract or correct the paper. If the Editor or the publisher learns from a third party that a published work contains a significant error, it is the obligation of the Author to promptly retract or correct the manuscript or provide evidence to the Editor of the correctness of the original paper.
All Co-Authors of papers should have made significant contributions to the work and share accountability for the results. Authorship and credit should be shared in proportion to the various parties' contributions. Authors should take responsibility and credit, including authorship credit, only for work they have actually performed or to which they have contributed. Other contributions should be cited in the manuscript's Acknowledgements or an endnote.
Authors should normally list a student as the principal Co-Author on multiple-authored publications that substantially derive from the student's dissertation or thesis.
Authors who analyze data from others should explicitly acknowledge the contribution of the initial researchers.
The Corresponding Author who submits a manuscript to the journal should have sent all living Co-Authors a draft and obtained their assent to submission and publication.
Authors have a responsibility to preserve and protect the privacy, dignity, well-being and freedom of human subjects and research participants. Informed consent should be sought from all human subjects, and if confidentiality or anonymity is requested it should be honored.
Manuscripts involving human subjects (surveys, simulations, interviews) should comply with the relevant Human Subject Protocol requirements at the Author's university.
Authors should check their manuscripts for possible breaches of copyright law (e.g., where permissions are needed for quotations, artwork or tables taken from other publications) and secure the necessary permissions before submission.
Authors should avoid anything in the text of the manuscript that might be actionable, such as defamation. Authors should avoid using sexist and biased language that could be interpreted as denigrating to ethnic or other groups; for example, plural rather than single pronouns ("they" rather than "he") are recommended.
Authors should be ready with their handwritten revisions. If an author fails to meet the deadline, they should contact the editor of the journal as soon as possible to determine whether a longer period of time or withdrawal from the review process should be chosen.
The authors of the journal must seek permission to publish their article (or a selection from the article) elsewhere, such as an article that subsequently appears as a chapter of the book or as a translation.
The journal draws heavily from the following on-line sources, which are recommended reading on ethical guidelines for journals:
Academy of International Business. 2007 Journal of International Business Studies, Accessed 31st May, 2013. http://www.palgrave-journals.com/jibs/jibs_ethics_code.html
Academy of Management. 2005. Academy of Management Code of Ethics. Accessed 31st May, 2013.http://www.aomonline.org/governanceandethics/aomrevisedcodeofethics.pdf
American Chemical Society. 2006. Ethical Guidelines to the Publication of Chemical Research. Accessed 31st May, 2013. http://pubs.acs.org/page/policy/ethics/index.html
American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Ethical Guidelines for AIChE Publications. Accessed 31st May, 2013. http://www.aiche.org/Publications/Resources/Ethics.aspx
Council of Science Editors (CSE). CSE's White Paper on Promoting Integrity in Scientific Journal Publications. Accessed 31st May, 2013. http://www.councilscienceeditors.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=3331
Elsevier. Ethical Guidelines for Journal Publication. Accessed 31st May, 2013. http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/intro.cws_home/ethical_guidelines
Green, Lelia. 2005. Reviewing the Scourge of Self-Plagiarism. M/C Journal, 8(5). Accessed 31st May, 2013. http://journal.media-culture.org.au/0510/07-green.php
Journal of Wildlife Diseases. Ethical Guidelines to Publication in the Journal of Wildlife Diseases. Accessed 31st May, 2013. www.wildlifedisease.org/document/jwd/WDA_Ethics.pdf
Rockwell, Sara. Ethics of Peer Review: A Guide for Manuscript Reviewers. Accessed 31st May, 2013. http://medicine.yale.edu/therapeuticradiology/Images/Ethical_Issues_in_Peer_Review_tcm307-34211.pdf
Taylor & Francis. 2006. Ethical Guidelines to Publication of Scientific Research. February. Accessed 31st May, 2013. http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/pdf/announcements/tmph_guidelines06.pdf
World Association of Medical Editors (WAME). WAME Publication Ethics Policies for Medical Journals. Accessed 31st May, 2013. http://www.wame.org/resources/publication-ethics-policies-for-medical-journals
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