Call for Blogs: Parichay: Submission on a Rolling Basis

About the Organisation

Parichay is a collaborative legal aid clinic that was formed to assist in providing effective and quality legal aid to those filing appeals against their exclusion from the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam.

About Call for Blogs

They are pleased to announce the launch of our new project — the Parichay Blog.

The articles on the blog centre around statelessness, immigration and citizenship in the Global South. They aim to initiate conversation about citizenship, statelessness and immigration from a legal, historical, and sociological perspective.

They welcome submissions from students, academicians, law practitioners, historians, political scientists, sociologists, and criminal law enthusiasts.

They are currently accepting submissions on a rolling basis. Please send us your entries at editorial-team[at]parichayblog.org with your name and the post title in the subject line in .doc or docx format.

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Please refer to their submission guidelines for more information.

Word Limit

They invite contributions in the following categories:

  • Short Articles: (1000–2000 words)
  • Book Reviews and Case Comments: (700–1500 words)
  • Photo Essays: (3-5 photographs with a short description of <100 words)

Contact Information

For resolving any queries you may mail editorial-team[at]parichayblog.org.

 

 

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