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Journal on Education in Emergencies Call for Papers for research articles and field notes submissions for a special issue on early childhood development in emergencies.

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    Journal on Education in Emergencies Call for Papers – Vol 6

    30 July 2019
    The Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE) seeks research articles and field notes submissions for a special issue on early childhood development in emergencies. JEiE welcomes theoretical and empirical research articles that address any aspect of ECD in conflict or crisis contexts. Additionally, JEiE welcomes field note submissions that present innovative tools or approaches related to ECD in emergencies, or observations and commentary on research work. JEiE also invites suggestions for books for review on these themes. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

    • Developmental effects of conflict, crisis, and disaster on young children and their families
    • Parents’, caregivers’, and communities’ training in pre- and postnatal development in emergencies
    • Supporting pregnant women in times of conflict and crisis
    • Supporting families with young children during emergencies
    • Health and nutrition for young children and families in emergencies
    • Protecting young children and families in emergencies
    • Intersections among ECD and gender, race, ethnicity, and culture
    • Early childhood learning approaches for crisis-affected populations 
    • Play-based and arts-based learning for conflict and crisis-affected populations
    • Peace education for conflict and crisis-affected populations
    • ECD policy and practice in emergencies
    • Effectiveness of ECD programming and implementation challenges

      
    All manuscripts are subject to a double-blind peer review process and must have a 200-word abstract. Research articles should be 9,000 words or fewer, including references, and field notes submissions should be 4,000 words or fewer, including references. Formatting and references should follow the Chicago Manual of Style, 16th Edition.

    Recognizing the global scope of these issues, JEiE seeks submissions from all regions of the world. 

    The deadline for submitting manuscripts is September 30, 2019. Please submit manuscripts via PeerTrack, JEiE’s manuscript submission system, at https://www.editorialmanager.com/jeie/default.aspx Authors are invited to submit abstracts for brief comment from the JEiE Editorial Team regarding their manuscript’s suitability for inclusion in the special issue until September 1, 2019.

    Inquiries regarding topic or scope for the special issue can be sent to journal@inee.org. For more information about JEiE’s requirements and submission process please refer to: inee.org/evidence/journal/information-for-authors.

    Best regards,
    The Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE)

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