Liaison Journal: Call for Authors

Source(s): Center for Excellence in Disaster Management & Humanitarian Assistance
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The next issue of the Liaison Journal assesses the complex role of climate change as it relates to economic, physical or societal impacts that substantially alter political stability, human security, or national security infrastructure. We seek to examine how governments, militaries, and nongovernmental organizations implement these considerations into their decision-making, and how these organizations can best collaborate to better understand and adapt to a future security environment influenced by a changing climate.

The Liaison Journal seeks articles exploring these questions and more.

  • What is the role of the military both nationally, and regionally, to address the impacts of climate change on security?
  • How do the increasing impacts of climate change on humanitarian challenges such as food/water insecurity, communicable diseases, migration, and energy shortages shape the security environment of the future? g across NGOs, militaries, and governments?
  • What are lessons learned and best practices for integrating the uncertainty of our future climate into decision-making across NGOs, militaries, and governments?

 Submission Deadline: Feb. 13, 2023

Article Submissions

The Center for Excellence in Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance invites article submissions for upcoming Liaison journals with regard to civil-military disaster management and humanitarian relief collaborations.

CFE-DM invites original submissions from contributors of all backgrounds within the dmha community that have supported collaborations in assessments, lessons learned, technology, science and applied research, and training and education within the regional cooperation theme.

Liaison is a journal of civil-military disaster management and humanitarian relief collaborations and aims to engage and inform readers on the most current research, collaborations and lessons learned available.

We prefer original submissions, but if your article or paper is being considered for publication elsewhere, please note that with the submission.

Please direct submissions or questions to the editor at cfe.dmha.fct@pacom.mil.

Article Submission Details

Format

All submissions should be emailed to the editor as an unformatted Microsoft Word file with a word count of 2,000 - 8,000. Endnotes are the preferred method of citation, if applicable, and please attach any images within the document as separate files as well.

Provide original research or reporting

Liaison is looking for original work, but previously published articles or papers will be considered if they are relevant to the issue topic.

Clarity

Please avoid technical acronyms and language. the majority of Liaison readers are from Asia-Pacific nations and articles should be addressed to an international audience.

Copyrights or Licenses

All work remains the property of the author or photographer. Submission of an article or photograph implies authorization of publication by liaison magazine.

Supporting Imagery

Original imagery supporting any and all articles is also welcome. Please ensure the images are high-resolution and can be credited to the photographer without license infringement. Images should be attached to the submission separately, not embedded within the Microsoft word document.

Biography and Photo

When submitting an article, please include a short biography and high-resolution photo of yourself for the contributors' section.

Additionally, the last edition of the Liaison Journal on Building Long-term Stability and Resiliency is now available for download here: https://www.cfe-dmha.org/Liaison

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Flyer: Liaison Journal (Cached download) 2.4 MB, PDF, English

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