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Journal on Migration and Human Security

Published in Association with Center for Migration Studies

eISSN: 23302488 | ISSN: 23315024 | Current volume: 10 | Current issue: 4 Frequency: Quarterly

The Journal on Migration and Human Security (JMHS) is a peer-reviewed public policy publication of the Center for Migration Studies (CMS). The journal’s theme of “human security” is meant to evoke the widely shared goals of creating secure and sustaining conditions in migrant sending communities; promoting safe, legal migration options; and developing immigration and integration policies that benefit sending and receiving communities and allow newcomers to lead productive, secure lives. This thematic focus encompasses the broad scope of the social, political, and economic dimensions of “human security.”

JMHS seeks to publish rigorous and well-argued papers that can significantly inform and contribute to the US and international policy debates on migration. It particularly welcomes papers that:

· Address timely migration-related “human security” issues, broadly defined;

· Cover issues and research that receive insufficient attention in immigration policy circles;

· Provide new information, ideas, non-traditional perspectives, comparative scholarship, or multi-disciplinary analysis; and

· Articulate areas of agreement and disagreement on particular issues, as well as gaps in knowledge.

Papers are published online on a monthly basis. In addition, CMS compiles a hard-copy volume of JMHS articles at the end of each year.

Donald Kerwin Center for Migration Studies, USA
Executive Editor
Donald Kerwin Center for Migration Studies, USA
Editorial Office
Melissa Katsoris Center for Migration Studies, USA
Editorial Board
Edward Alden Council on Foreign Relations, USA
J. Kevin Appleby  
Marla Asis Research and Publications Director, Scalabrini Migration Center, Philippines
Jacqueline Bhabha Harvard University, USA
Maryann Bylander Lewis & Clark College, USA
Stephanie Canizales University of California at Merced, USA
Leonir Chiarello Missionaries of St. Charles Borromeo, Italy
Katie Dingeman California State University LA, USA
Elizabeth Ferris Georgetown University, USA
Elizabeth Fussell Brown University, USA
Anna Marie Gallagher Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc., USA
Douglas Gurak Cornell University, USA
Jacqueline Hagan University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
John J. Hoeffner Center for Migration Studies, USA
Donald Kerwin Center for Migration Studies, USA
Rey Koslowski University at Albany, State University of New York, USA
Ellen Percy Kraly Colgate University, USA
Daniel E. Martínez University of Arizona, USA
Ricardo D. Martinez-Schuldt University of Notre Dame, USA
Helen Morris United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Switzerland
Michele R. Pistone Center for Migration Studies, USA
Emily Ryo University of Southern California Gould School of Law, USA
Todd Scribner United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, USA
Lynn Shotwell President and CEO, Worldwide ERC, USA
Paul Spiegel Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA
Margaret Stock Cascadia Cross Border Law Group LLC, USA
Ruth Ellen Wasem, Ph.D The University of Texas at Austin, USA
Charles Wheeler Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc., USA
Jamie Winders Syracuse University, USA
Tom K. Wong University of California, San Diego, USA
Steve Yale-Loehr Cornell University, USA
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