Request for Submissions:
Palestinian Return Centre is an independent organisation focusing on the historical, political and legal aspects of Palestinian Refugees. It is based in the UK and has consultative status with the UN. As well as its core activities, the PRC produces a bi-annual publication, the Journal for Palestinian Refugee Studies (JPRS). JPRS is the only publication that focuses on news and analysis that impacts on the plight of Palestinian refugees and we are seeking submissions for the upcoming Autumn edition. Submissions need not be of an academic nature as we are also looking for insightful analysis and information from practitioners that work in the field or from a political perspective. The forthcoming issue will look particularly at the effect of the recent Gaza siege although the issue will include other topical subject matter as well.
There is a small remuneration for published articles although deadlines for drafts and final edits are strict.
If you have an idea for an article or material you'd like to contribute, please e-mail me a pitch and I will advise of deadlines and send a style guide.
We also have some topics we'd like covered, so we'd also like to hear from qualified individuals (particularly UNRWA staff) who are able to provide valuable insight and we can develop the article with them. Please e-mail me for more information on these topics, along with a synopsis/CV on yourself.
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Apologies if you do not have time to consider the above, but if you know anyone else who may be interested, feel free to pass this e-mail on and they can contact me with any questions.
Thank you for your time thus far.
Interim Commissioning Editor, JPRS
PRC website: http://www.prc.org.uk/portal/
JPRS webpage: http://www.prc.org.uk/portal/index.php/english-media/jprs-magazine
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