The IOM Migration Research Series (MRS) are published reports intended to provide a means to share rapidly the results of research findings on issues of particular concern to IOM.
IOMís Research Unit is now calling for external contributions for this series. Studies on all themes will be considered, but we are especially interested in receiving papers on emerging migration issues which could be considered to be of particular concern to IOM. The reports should be written in a style likely to appeal to a broad international audience, avoiding technical jargon as much as possible.
If you would like to contribute to the series, could you please send a short outline of your proposed paper (no more than half a page), by **October 21st.** It would be useful if this abstract could outline (a.) key aims of the research (b.) how the research was conducted, (c.) key findings (d.) possible implications for IOM programming/projects (d.) wider policy relevance of the research for our member states.
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