Our publication section reflects a growing cache of various work by members of the ESPMI Network, including The Refugee Review E-Journal, Discussion Series, reports from conferences, working papers, and more. Information about specific initiatives and calls for papers will be posted on this page and on our blogroll as they emerge.
The Refugee Review E-Journal
Refugee Review, our peer edited, open access journal is available to online viewing and download. We’re excited to present a collection of working papers, practitioner reports, interviews, our Discussion Series and more. We continue to showcase the work of new scholars and practitioners, and we are grateful to all our peer editing team for their thorough work over the last few years.
If you are interested in learning more about editing or writing for the ESPMI Network, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is the Discussion Series?
Are you passionate about a particular topic? Would you like to see more discussion on a pertinent issue? Then why not start a discussion series?
The ESPMI Network is looking to introduce regular discussion series, modeled on the New York Times ‘Room for Debate’ discussion series (See for example http://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2011/07/12/how-can-the-asylum-system-be-fixed). We are looking for discussion series on any topic pertaining to refugees and forced migration that will include a mix of new scholars, established practitioners, senior researches, and advocates who are passionate about refugee issues and can contribute 300 to 500 word entries to a well-rounded discussion.
Please contact us if you are interested in starting up a discussion series: email@example.com.