||The mission of Journal of Interdisciplinary Debates (JID) is intended to inform the academic community and society through relevant research that transmit the interdisciplinarity of training. The objective of the JID is to stimulate interdisciplinary scientific debate and production in order to inform society and produce new knowledge. The target audience of our journal is postdoctoral, doctors, masters and graduate students. Thus, the authors must have some degree mentioned or attend a postgraduate course. In addition, the JID will accept co-authored participation. The JID submission policy will receive scientific articles with a minimum of 5,000 and a maximum of 8,000 words and critical reviews with a minimum of 5 and a maximum of 8 pages. The receipt of the works will occur primarily with the opening of Call for Paper, in which the works will be distributed in 5 (five) annual publications between the months of April, May, July, September and December. Our evaluation policy is designed to follow the criteria of novelty, reasoned discussion and covered with revealing theoretical and practical value. The journal will give preference to receiving articles with empirical research, not rejecting the other methodological approaches. All works must deal with interdisciplinary analyzes that involve themes of varied approach and that generate an academic and social reflection. In this way, the articles will be analyzed through merit (in which it will be discussed whether the work fits the proposals of the IADB) and formatting (which corresponds to an assessment of English).