We are currently looking for articles for our peer-review journal African Human Mobility Review (AHMR). Amongst others, we will be covering issues related to refugees and forced migration. Please see our call below to be published on the forced migration mailing list. Regards,
African Human Mobility Review (AHMR)
Call for Articles
AHMR is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed on-line journal, published by the Scalabrini Institute for Human Mobility in Africa (SIHMA) and created to encourage and facilitate the study of all aspects (socio-economic, political, legislative and developmental) of Human Mobility in Africa. Through the publication of original research, policy discussions and evidence research papers, AHMR provides a comprehensive forum devoted exclusively to the analysis of contemporaneous trends, migration patterns and some of the most important migration-related issues.
The Scalabrini Institute for Human Mobility in Africa (SIHMA) intends to publish research articles with a clear focus on Africa in one issue of AHMR on the following themes:
• Migration and development
• Migration and human rights
• Migration of unaccompanied minors
• Migration, mobility and employment
• Responsibility sharing and forced displacement
• Xenophobia, integration and social cohesion
Original scientific papers can be sent by e-mail to Dr Mulugeta Dinbabo (Chief Editor) at [log in to unmask] by 31 December 2016.
Please refer to our submission guidelines available at http://sihma.org.za/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/African-Human-Mobility-Review-AHMR_Submission-guideline1.pdf
The articles will be peer reviewed and a research honorarium of USD 200 will be paid for authors of accepted papers for publication in the Journal.
Scalabrini Institute for Human Mobility in Africa (SIHMA)
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