We have some exciting news to share! With this next issue of Refuge (38.2) we are transitioning to a continuous publication model. This means that articles will be published as soon as they make their way through the peer-review and production (copy-editing, typesetting) stages, rather than having to wait for the other articles in the same issue to be completed first. With continuous publication, issues will be populated with articles gradually and remain “open” until we decide to close them and start a new one. For special issues, articles can either continue to be published all together or they can come out one by one, depending on the wishes of our guest editors.Read more about Refuge transitioning to a continous publication model (beginning with 38.2)
Refuge: Canada’s Journal on Refugees is a non-profit, independent, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed, bilingual journal. Founded in 1981, it publishes analytical, reflective, and probing articles from a wide range of disciplinary and regional perspectives, presenting writing of academics, policy-makers, and practitioners in the field of forced migration. The journal provides space for discussion of emerging themes and debates, as well as ongoing topics. It also features a book review section and occasionally publishes special issues on specific themes related to forced migration. Refuge publishes articles in both English and French. Refuge articles are indexed and abstracted widely, from the DOAJ, Érudit, Google Scholar and Scopus (Elsevier) to PAIS International (ProQuest).