The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy’s PRAXIS Journal of Human Security is announcing its call for submissions to its 2013 issue!

 

The journal will accept articles from graduate students and professionals on ALL topics of human security – which the journal defines as the intersection of humanitarian assistance, international development, human rights, and conflict resolution, with a focus on the inclusive well-being of individuals, especially the most vulnerable or marginalized. Previous articles have covered topics including militarization in refugee populations, a rights-based approach to land tenure reform, and the effectiveness of foreign aid.

 

The priority submission deadline is December 14, 2012, and the FINAL deadline is January 4, 2013. Submissions should be 15 – 30 double-spaced pages and must follow all the guidelines stipulated in the attached Call. Please send your article to fletcherpraxis@tufts.edu<mailto:fletcherpraxis@tufts.edu>.

 

If you have any questions please contact our editorial staff at the same address. To view the latest edition of the journal, you can visit PRAXIS’ website. To sign-up to receive our annual journal electronically, please subscribe here: http://fletcher.tufts.edu/Praxis/Subscribe.

  

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