The British Medical Journal has recently launched a migration health series which aims to provide insights and perspectives by researchers, policy makers, practitioners, civil society, and migrants themselves on issues, challenges and complexities in advancing migration health at national, regional and global levels. It is developed in collaboration with the UN’s Migration agency (IOM) and the Migration Health and Development Research Network (MHADRI) – a global network of migration health researchers. Papers for the series are policy perspectives and analytical pieces of up to 2000 words in length. The BMJ encourages submissions from a diverse range of stakeholders. Perspectives from countries in the global south, and papers written collaboratively between researchers and policy makers are encouraged.
For more information and to submit a paper please visit their website.