Become a SDWatch Blogger

The SDWatch blog can only host publications authored by members of the LL.M Community, i.e. registered students, alumni and staff, including academic and administrative staff members. ​

Send your intent

Let us know about your intention to publish on the Blog: in doing so, make sure to introduce yourself, include a short abstract, and clearly state the relevance of the intended publication for the LL.M Community and/or the field of Sustainable Development studies.You will receive in preliminary feedback as well as an estimated timeline before publication, on the basis of estimated length of the review process and availability of our Editors. 

Take part in the review process

Once your intent is accepted you will be granted access to a dedicated document on our systems, where you can provide a first draft. Then, the review process begins with our editing team, who will provide you with feedback on the content as well as language check. Bear in mind you remain the sole author of your publication.  


As the review process ends, you are invited to create your author account. Once you receive the formal acceptance, you are given a day and time to publish your own work. Remember: you only retain writing privileges for one publication at a time. If you wish to publish again, you must repeat the whole process; we do facilitate fast-track arrangements with trusted authors, however.


Become a Blogger!

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Make sure you have a Google Account

(with Gmail and Google Drive services).

If you do not want to get one, please get in touch so we can organise an alternative solution for you. 

Send us your intent from your UNIMI address (

This is a simple verification step. For record keeping and safety purposes, we will always contact you on this address.

Appear on the Bloggers' list! 

As a contributor you gain visibility from your first post onwards!


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