Call for Papers: Institutionalized Children Explorations and Beyond [Vol II Issue 2]; Submit Abstracts by May 31

The Institutionalised Children: Explorations and Beyond ICEB Editorial Board invites submissions of abstracts (five hundred words or less) on topics relating to research and exploration of work with institutionalised children.

Abstracts must be original, without any prior publication and must be submitted in English. The abstracts will be subjected to a non-peer-review process.


Institutionalised children are often at risk to leading marginalized existences. Current literature on this subject so far has been limited.

The journal “Institutionalised Children: Explorations and Beyond (ICEB)” evolved out of the need to expand our understanding of the developmental needs of such children and to offer a venue for professionals, policy makers and volunteers to share and exchange their ideas, their expertise and their knowledge.

This journal attempt to address limitations in the research, knowledge and counselling practices currently prevalent in working with children out of family network.

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ICEB sees itself as a forum for studies, discussions, debates and research on issues that would lead to the integration of such children into the mainstream and thus to their inclusion in civil society.

Representing all the South Asian Countries also broadens the depth and reach of this journal.


The journal will follow American Psychological Association (APA) Style sheet. The contributors are requested to put their article and references according to this style sheet.

Manuscripts must be submitted in MSWord (2003/2007) through online submission gateway available HERE.

Please follow the hyperlink “Article Submission” on the home page of the website and upload your manuscript files following the instructions given on the screen.

Queries regarding article submission can be sent at, alternatively you can send by email to Monisha Akhtar:, Kiran Modi:

Each author will be sent an acknowledgment, confirming receipt of submission.

More information HERE.

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