The Journal on Migration and Human Security (JMHS) is a peer-reviewed publication that seeks to feature cutting-edge, evidence-based public policy papers. Its “human security” rubric is meant to evoke the widely shared goals of creating secure and sustaining conditions in migrant sending communities; promoting safe, orderly and legal migration; and developing rights-respecting immigration and immigrant integration policies that benefit sending and receiving communities and allow newcomers to lead productive, secure lives. JMHS papers are published online as they become available, and compiled in hard-copy volumes each year. CMS also publishes special, thematic editions of JMHS.
JMHS provides free availability of articles online without delay.
JMHS is indexed within a globally distributed system of research databases and university library databases and can be found in most major indexes as an open access journal. These databases/indexes include but are not limited to the following: ProQuest Social Science; ProQuest Political Science; ProQuest Military Collection; ProQuest Worldwide Political Science Abstracts (WPSA); ProQuest Public Affairs Information Service (PAIS); ProQuest International Bibliography of the Social Sciences (IBSS); Gale/Cengage indexes including AcademicOne File; Columbia University International Affairs Online (CIAO); the Open Archives Initiative (OAI); the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ); EBSCO Publishing indexes/products; HeinOnline; and WorldCat.
Consistent with an ‘Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Common License (CC BY-NC-ND),’ users may download the works as long as they (1) credit the copyright holder, (2) do not alter the article in any way, and (3) do not use the article commercially.
Direct questions to the JMHS Editorial Office at [email protected].