Deadline: 15th September 2016
OxMo, a journal dedicated to protecting and advancing the human rights of refugees and forced migrants, is accepting submissions for our twelfth issue. We welcome complete articles which fit within the following sections.
OxMo Monitors (Word limit: 1,500 words)
Policy Monitor: critically examines policies and practices implemented by governments, NGOs and UN agencies in all phases of forced migration. Please submit to firstname.lastname@example.org
Law Monitor: critically analyses national and international laws, rulings and governmental policies as well as legal developments taking shape and their possible implications for the rights of forced migrants. Please submit to email@example.com
Field Monitor: critically explores direct experiences of working with or carrying out research forced migrants or communities affected by forced migration. Please submit to firstname.lastname@example.org
Academic Articles (Word limit: 6,000 words)
This section explores practical and conceptual issues pertaining to forced migration. Submissions must engage with and interrogate existing literature on forced migration, present in-depth research in a given area, and offer original insights into a situation or trend. OxMo encourages submissions from across the arts, social science and humanities disciplines. Please submit to email@example.com
Firsthand Articles (Word limit: 1,500 words)
This section encourages individuals to share personal reflections on experiences of displacement, thereby offering insights and perspectives into how forced migrants are affected by the laws, policies and activities of governments and agencies. OxMo seeks critical, balanced analyses that allow the reader to gain an understanding of the context and wider implications of the situation of forced migration described. Please submit to firstname.lastname@example.org
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