The "justice spatiale | spatial justice" journal is published with the support of the University Paris Ouest Nanterre, of the GECKO Laboratory (Laboratoire de Géographie Comparée des Suds et des Nords: Gecko (EA 375)), of the UMR LOUEST (UMR 7145) with the MOSAÏQUES Laboratory, of the CUBES Laboratory (University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa). It is also associated with the ANR program Jugurta (ANR-07-SUDS-003-01).
Spatial justice, a proclaimed priority in many territorial policies, is a notion worthy of discussion and elaboration. It seems so obvious it has hardly been questioned. Yet it is as potentially fruitful as it is relatively unexplored. The objective of JSSJ journal is to provide an arena for research, debate and controversies around the idea. It builds on discussions started with the Spatial Justice conference held at the Université Paris Ouest Nanterre in March 2008, and is a response to the need felt to share thoughts about the relations between justice and space, beyond disciplinary, linguistic and cultural boundaries. JSSJ is edited mostly by geographers but aspires to become a meeting place for representatives of many disciplines of the social sciences (geography, planning, urbanism, urban sociology, history, philosophy, political science…).
You will find attached calls for paper for issues 2 and 3. Here