Submissions for a special issue of the NZJER to be published in 2022 are welcomed from authors who are researching in the area of global labour mobility. Areas that are of particular interest are the working experiences of migrant labour, changing labour force demographics and the changing nature of work. We also encourage authors to have a strong New Zealand focus in their research.Read more about Call for papers - Changing Nature of Work and Geographic Mobility special issue
A special edition is to be published in August 2021 to coincide with the Health and Safety Association NZ (HASANZ) [https://www.hasanz.org.nz/page-conference/] conference to be held in Wellington, New Zealand, and is aimed at recent exploratory or completed small-scale research and work. We will welcome submissions from authors who are researching occupational health and safety or closely related disciplines including health promotion and wellbeing at work. Special consideration will be given to contemporary issues, including the impact of COVID-19 on workplace health and safety.
Research notes and practitioner papers should be not exceed 3,500 words. Longer articles should not exceed 6,000 words. Abstracts of 150-200 words must be submitted to the editors by 31 January 2021. Selected articles must be submitted for anonymous review by 31 March 2021 with any corrections or amendments completed by 31 May.
Please submit your abstracts and papers through the 'Make a Submission' tab on this website.Read more about Call for papers - Health and Safety special issue
Health and Safety Association New Zealand conference 2021
Call for papers and registrations opens 1 February 2021:
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