Journal: Reproductive Health Matters
CFP: Sexual and reproductive health and rights in humanitarian
EXTENDED Deadline: 15 May 2017
We invite articles that offer new insights and evidence to contribute to the global knowledge base regarding SRHR in humanitarian crises, particularly in relation to
* Heightened Risk and Vulnerability
* Interventions and Responses
* Legal and Policy Issues
We welcome analytical pieces, critical perspectives, and policy and human rights analyses that interrogate these issues, and we encourage original research articles, along with commentaries and viewpoints. Further, we invite critical reflections regarding the methodological and ethical challenges of conducting SRHR research in humanitarian settings. We also encourage the submission of narratives from individuals with relevant first-hand experiences, as well as contributions from affected countries and from activists and actors working in this field.
To download the Call for Papers please visit us at http://www.rhmjournal.org.uk/journal/call-papers/
Do not hesitate to contact us should you require any further information.
Maria Halkias, PhD
Reproductive Health Matters
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New – Call for Papers: Sexual and reproductive health and rights in humanitarian crises<http://www.rhmjournal.org.uk/journal/call-papers/> (Deadline 1 May)
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