MIGRATION AND HUMAN SECURITY IN SOUTH ASIA

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Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
March 24, 2017 to July 30, 2017
Subject Fields: 
Area Studies, Immigration & Migration History / Studies, Southeast Asian History / Studies, Human Rights, Diplomacy and International Relations

This is an open call to seek papers for an edited volume on Migration and Human Security in South Asia and its implications looking into the migration trends specific to South Asia and its multi-dimensional impact globally. It will bring together the analyses on migration and surrounding issues, challenges and solutions to them. The work will consolidate the thematic lines and streams weaved around regions, corridors, in-country, regional and global perspectives and theoretical perspectives on human mobility and population movements. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to are:

 

 

  1. Migration Theory and Demographic Trends
  2. Migration, Human Security and Migration Crisis
  3. Migration: Migration Routes, Communications, and Integration
  4. Migration: Trends and Implications in Nepal
  5. Migration: India and China
  6. Migration in South Asia: Trends and Implications
  7. Migration, Remittance and Poverty Outcomes – Labour Market Integration and Employment
  8. Youth and Migration
  9. Asylum Seekers, Refugees, Migrants – Understanding Immigration Systems
  10. Citizenship, Immigration and Identity
  11. Displacements and Exploitative Migration
  12. Internal - International Migration nexus in South Asia
  13. Migration: Law, Justice and Human Rights Issues in South Asia
  14. Policy Processes and Politics in Migration
  15. Rise of anti-immigrant sentiment and policies
  16. Migration: Trends and Implications in India
  17. Migration and Gender in South Asia
  18. Migration: Trends and Implications in Pakistan
  19. Political Dimensions of Migration
  20. Migration: Trends and Implications in Afghanistan

 

 

The complete chapter has to be submitted before 15 July 2017 and the length of the paper should not exceed 6000 words. Please use citations; avoid footnotes and endnotes. Those interested, please send your abstract (not more than 250 words), and brief bio (of 100 words) before 30 April 2017 to Dr. Pramod Jaiswal, email: dr.jaiswal.pramod@gmail.com

Contact Info: 

Dr. Pramod Jaiswal

Senior Fellow

Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies, New Delhi

Email:  dr.jaiswal.pramod@gmail.com