The Editorial Board of the Philosophical and Social Yearbook Civitas Hominibus has the honor to invite submissions for the nineteenth issue entitled "World on Fire: Cultural, Social, and Legal Aspects of the Migration Phenomenon."

Migration in the 21st century presents one of the most complex and pressing challenges affecting societies worldwide. A notable interdependence can be observed between migration patterns on the African and European continents. Migrations have a significant impact on host societies, both culturally and economically. New social dynamics, cultural diversity, and integration-related aspects pose unique challenges to communities. Importantly, the increase in asylum applications, climate change, and armed conflicts influence international security and legal frameworks. Whether we embrace it or not, migration is a phenomenon we are currently experiencing and will continue to face in the future.

We encourage authors to submit articles exploring the theme of migration in social, cultural, and legal contexts. Potential areas of focus include, but are not limited to:

  • The impact of migration on local and global communities
  • Legal challenges relate to population mobility
  • Cultural exchanges arise from migration
  • Issues of migration security and its societal impact
  • Analysis of migration policies and their consequences.

Manuscripts, written in 12-point font with 1.5 line spacing, should be 12–15 pages long and include a title, abstract, keywords in Polish and English, ORCID number, copyright statement, email address, bibliography, and footnotes at the bottom of the page. Please submit articles to the editorial office at by March 30, 2023.