Category Archives: Call for papers

Call for papers for Humanitarian Alternatives 13th issue

In view of the publication of its 13th issue, to be released in March 2020, Humanitarian Alternatives is calling for papers under its next focus theme “The impacts of generational changes on humanitarian aid”. If you are an actor, a researcher or an observer of the international humanitarian community and wish to submit a proposal for an article, please send us a summary and the outline of the paper (2 pages maximum) before December 16, 2019 at the following address: contact@alternatives-humanitaires.org We will respond by December 20, 2019, at the latest. Read the article

Call for papers for Humanitarian Alternatives twelfth issue

N°12 – November 2019: Demography and humanitarian aid

In view of the publication of its twelfth issue, to be released in November 2019, Humanitarian Alternativesis calling for papers under its next focus theme “Demography and humanitarian aid”. If you are an actor, a researcher or an observer of the international humanitarian community and wish to submit a proposal for an article, please send us a summary and the outline of the paper (2 pages maximum) before July 5 at the following address: contact@alternatives-humanitaires.orgWe will respond on July 15, at the latest. Read the article

Call for papers for Humanitarian Alternatives eleventh issue

N°11 – July 2019: Humanitarian aid and climate change

In view of the publication of its eleventh issue, to be released in July 2019, Humanitarian Alternatives is calling for papers under its next focus theme “Humanitarian aid and climate change”. If you are an actor, a researcher or an observer of the international humanitarian community and wish to submit a proposal for an article, please send us a summary and the outline of the paper (2 pages maximum) before April 15 at the following address: contact@alternatives-humanitaires.org We will respond on April 17, at the latest. Read the article

Call for papers for Humanitarian Alternatives tenth issue

In view of the publication of its tenth issue, to be released in March 2019, Humanitarian Alternatives is calling for papers under its next focus theme “Humanitarian aid in cities”. If you are an actor, a researcher or an observer of the international humanitarian community and wish to submit a proposal for an article, please send us a summary and the outline of the paper (2 pages maximum) before December 12 at the following address: contact@alternatives-humanitaires.org We will respond on December 21, at the latest. Read the article

Call for papers for Humanitarian Alternatives ninth issue

In view of the publication of its ninth issue, to be released in November 2018, Humanitarian Alternatives is calling for papers under its next focus theme “1968-2018: Disruptions and continuities”. If you are an actor, a researcher or an observer of the international humanitarian community and wish to submit a proposal for an article, please send us a summary and the outline of the paper (2 pages maximum) before July 5th at the following address: contact@alternatives-humanitaires.org We will respond within 15 days following the reception of your proposal. Read the article

Call for papers for Humanitarian Alternatives seventh issue

In the perspective of the publication of its 7th issue, to be published in March 2018, Humanitarian Alternatives is launching a call for papers on its focused theme “NGOs and the private sector: the State as an arbitrator?” the second part of the 6th Issue’s “Focus” section. If you are an actor, a researcher or an observer of the international humanitarian community, and wish to submit a proposal for an article, please send us a summary and the outline of the paper (2 pages maximum) before December 4th, 2017 at the following email address: contact@alternatives-humanitaires.org. We will respond within 7 days following the receipt of your proposal. The final deadline for submitting the article is January 15, 2018. Please observe that the article must be around 15 000 signs (approximately 2,400 words). Read the article