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Cadernos EBAPE.BR | CALL FOR PAPERS Refugees/Displaced People in the Workplace

Refugees/Displaced People in the Workplace
Deadline for abstract's submission: August 30, 2019
(Abstracts and articles only in English)

Guest Editors
Dr. Sharon L. Segrest
University of South Florida St. Petersburg

Dr. Amy E. Hurley-Hanson
Chapman University

Dr. Cristina M. Giannantonio
Chapman University

This special issue will focus on the experiences of refugees and displaced people across a diverse set of ethnicities, countries, and circumstances. The growing number of refugees and displaced people and the work and life difficulties they face is a central social issue in the world today. This special issue will explore how refugees and displaced people can be fully integrated, engaged, utilized, actualized, and affirmed into the workplace and society. This special issue is calling for submissions which present research on the experiences of refugees and displaced people, a growing, but under researched segment of the world’s population.

If you are interested in having your work considered for inclusion in this special issue, please send a 250 words abstract of your work to and
 by August 30, 2019 with the subject: ‘CFP Refugees/Displaced People in the Workplace’.

More information here.

Cadernos EBAPE.BR is an online journal on Administration published in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, by FGV EBAPE (Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration of Getulio Vargas Foundation) and it is an open access journal. All approved papers will be published in the original language (English) and translated into Portuguese by the authors. Cadernos EBAPE.BR is classified by the CAPES Qualis system as A2.

PhD. Isabella Francisca Freitas Gouveia de Vasconcelos 
PhD. Hélio Arthur Reis Irigaray 

Fabiana Braga Leal 
Editorial Assistant

Jackelyne de Oliveira da Silva 
Editorial Assist

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