Call for articles – Forced Migration Review issue 63

It’s open untill Monday 4th November 2019 the call for articles to be published in February 2020, at issue 63 of Forced Migration Review.

There have been many developments since the 2010 issue of FMR on ‘Adapting to urban displacement’ was published. Increasing numbers of researchers are working in this field and growing numbers of agencies are adapting and developing their programmes in a world of increased urbanisation – including in the face of the projected impacts of climate change and associated rural–urban shifts. Ten years on, FMR will explore contemporary approaches and new technologies, plus the wide range of international frameworks, networks and initiatives in this area from which there is much to be learned.
See full call for articles at www.fmreview.org/cities for a more detailed outline of the proposed scope of the FMR issue.
In particular, the FMR Editors are looking for practice-oriented submissions, reflecting a diverse range of experience and opinions, which address questions such as the following:
1.     Analysing needs and challenges
2.     Frameworks, approaches and initiatives
3.     Multi-stakeholder collaboration and engagement 
4.     Resilience and sustainability
BEFORE WRITING YOUR ARTICLE:
If you are interested in contributing, please email the Editors at fmr@qeh.ox.ac.uk with a few sentences about your proposed topic so that we can provide feedback and let you know if we are interested in receiving your submission. 
WHEN WRITING/SUBMITTING YOUR ARTICLE:
Please take note of our guidelines for authors and ensure your article, when submitted, complies with our submission checklist: details atwww.fmreview.org/writing-fmr. We do not accept articles that do not comply with our checklist.
Please note: We ask all authors to give appropriate consideration to the particular relevance of their articles to persons with disabilities, to LGBTIQ+ persons, to older persons, and to other groups with specific vulnerabilities, and to seek to include a gendered approach as part of their articles. We also ask authors to consider, where appropriate, the impact of climate change in their analysis and recommendations.
While we are looking for examples of good, replicable practice and experience as well as sound analysis of the issues at stake, we also urge writers to discuss failures and difficulties: what does/did not work so well, and why?
We are particularly keen to reflect the experiences and knowledge of communities and individuals directly affected by these questions. If you have suggestions of colleagues or community representatives who may wish to contribute, please do email us; we are happy to work with individuals to help them develop an article and very keen to have displaced people’s perspectives reflected in the magazine.
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