Outride COVID 19 — Can Your National Brand Attract the Big Spend?

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Outride: COVID 19 Business Threat Seminar

“Embracing risk for driving vision and growth”

The series is grounded in risk intelligence (RI). RI is that process of embracing risks and putting it to work for ensuring your business can survive or thrive during a crisis and beyond. It is also about value creation and protection. About delivering your vision and mission in the face of crisis as well as during the “normal”.

You are invited to join us for series ten (10) in the Outride: COVID 19 Business Threat Seminar.

Edition title: Outride COVID 19 — Can Your National Brand Attract the Big Spend?

We are now in the action planning and execution phase of this Caribbean diaspora entrepreneurs’ business continuity initiative which also caters to and welcomes Caribbeans at home, other members of the BAME community as well as mainstream entrepreneurs, development, and community service organizations worldwide.

When: June 18, 2020  |  Time: 2:00 PM EST  | Toronto & New York

Where: Online  | Registration detail below

Cost: Free

Featured Sessions include:

Doing Good, Doing Well: The Secret of National Image

National identity and reputation will impact the results of COVID 19 recovery strategy for many countries.   Let us not kid ourselves into thinking this is a matter for national governments only. Neither should we be fooled into thinking national identity and reputation should be the concern of key stakeholders in the tourism and hospitality sector only.

Join us tomorrow to learn about the secret of national image, gain knowledge and insights for boosting your purpose or profit pivot or both.  Get ready to help improve the image of the national brand or brands you love.

This session will be delivered by our featured guest speaker, Simon Anholt.                    He will address the subject of national brands and what makes a good brand.

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Simon Anholt is the world’s leading expert on national image and the inventor of the term ‘nation brand’. He is an independent policy advisor who for the past twenty years has worked with the Heads of State and Heads of Government of 56 nations to help them to improve their economic, political and cultural engagements with the international community, and by raising their profiles, to enhance their trade, tourism, diplomatic and cultural relations, talent and investment attraction.

In 2014, Anholt created the Good Country Index, a study measuring the impact of each of 163 countries on the rest of humanity and the planet. He devised the concept of nation brand in 1996, now a multi-billion-dollar global industry, and is the founder and publisher of the annual Anholt-Ipsos Nation Brands Index and City Brands Index, two major surveys which use a panel of 20,000 people in 20 countries to monitor global perceptions of 50 countries and 50 cities and have accumulated more than a billion data points on “how the world sees the world”.

Anholt is the author of the best-selling books among them are Place Branding and Public Diplomacy, Competitive Identity: the New Brand Management for Nations, Cities and Regions, (Palgrave Macmillan 2007); and Places: Image, Identity and Reputation (Palgrave Macmillan 2010).

His sixth non-fiction book, The Good Country Equation, will be published by Berrett-Koehler in August 2020.

Professor Anholt has a Master’s Degree from the University of Oxford and studied international relations and security studies at the Royal College of Defence Studies. He was a Parliamentarian of the European Cultural Parliament and in 2009 was awarded the Nobels Colloquia Prize for Economics by a committee of 10 Nobel economists in Trieste, and the Prix d’Excellence du Forum Multiculturel pour un Développement Durable (Award for Excellence in Sustainable Development), at the 7th Multicultural Forum at the Palais de la Découverte, Paris, in 2010. He was Vice-Chair of the UK Foreign Office’s Public Diplomacy Board (2003-2010) and was appointed Honorary Professor in Political Science by the University of East Anglia in 2013.

Theo Chambers

Tough Marketing for Tough Times, presented by Theo Chambers

The Joy Spot Motivation Talk with Theo Chambers

Mr. Chambers will present both the Joy Spot Motivational Talk and Tough Marketing for Tough Times.

Theo Chambers, Motivational Speaker and Business Coach Consultant, at CaribAcademy and Co-founder of Positive Tourism News (Jamaica). He is also the author of Theo’s Theory on Marketing and Management Strategies.

 

The Marathoner

Semi-Structure Discussion Cultural Sayings & Resilience Building Behaviours, Facilitated by Meegan Scott

Come with 3-5 sayings or proverbs from your home and host countries that drives the resilience mindset.

Meegan Scott, is the Principal at Magate Wildhorse Consulting. For almost two decades Meegan has helped organizational leaders across industries and geographical borders to get better results from their strategy development, planning, and execution processes.  She is the founder and owner of Magate Wildhorse Ltd., and Magate Wildhorse Inc. Her most recent in Caribbean engagements includes Climate Finance Strategy Planning, The First Ever Outsource to the Caribbean Conference (2017), business incubation, and  corporate strategy planner to the National Environment and Planning Agency of Jamaica. Meegan is the publisher of the syndicated column, The Marathoner; as well as the chief editor and publisher of The Noësis: MWildhorse Strategy and Performance Magazine.

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A Moment with Lou by Andrew Sharpe                                                                Founder and CEO of Authentic Caribbean Foundation Inc. (ACF), Massachusetts. Andrew is a  Festival, Tourism, and Non-profit Professional. He is a philanthropist, and is passionate about theatre and performing Caribbean drama and theatricals.

Dr. Karren Dunkley

Your Surprise Event Speaker, join us for your surprise.

Dr. Dunkley will present:                                                                                          The Jamaica Diaspora Week Salute                                                                          Vote of Thanks to Mr. Simon Anholt                                                                               Event Moderator

Dr. Karren Dunkley is an Educator, Transformational Leader, and Social Advocate. She is the Representative of the Jamaican Diaspora, Northeast USA. Dr. Dunkley is a Proven Performer, who has earned the respect and recommendation of others who have seen her work first hand. Currently, Dr. Dunkley is one of the most successful educators in the United States, and one of the most internationally recognized Jamaican-born educators. As a former high school principal and deputy superintendent, Dr. Dunkley is known for her transformational leadership and her inspiring relationships with the young people whom she has mentored in Jamaica, New York, and Pennsylvania.

She holds a doctorate in Urban Education with a concentration in Organization and Leadership from Teachers College, Columbia University; Masters degrees in Political Science and Education Leadership from St. John’s University, and Columbia University, respectively, and a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science with a minor in Education from St. John’s University. She is the principal/CEO of KND Consulting, LLC, and the co-proprietor of Spiritz of Montego Bay.

She is the recipient of the Tuskegee University Education Advocacy Award, Omega Psi Phi Education Achievement Award, Philadelphia OIC’s Impact Award, and the Team Jamaica Bickle Community Educator Award.

Event Rapporteur — Dania Sammott

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Dania Sammott, is an experienced Retail Merchandizer and Travel Counsellor. Her experience include serving in the hypermarket sub-sector as well as in retail, pharmacy, food and household departments.  She is the Director, Public Relations for the Manchester High Alumni, Toronto, Chapter.

Event features: Joy Spot activity, Mouth and Mind discussion, COVID 19 business community experiences (open mic―diaspora, in Caribbean, other representatives of BAME or mainstream peers), Elevator pitches & network, review of prior topics in context of the assignment and action planning for helping individual businesses (entrepreneurs) get the best from the assignment. It is also aimed at helping those joining the series late to better understand the assignment, plan and execute their pivots.

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Registration Options

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All attendee must click the join meeting link provided before the start of the meeting to receive your unique log in credentials.

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Procurement officers and buyers in search of COVID 19 and other supplies are welcome to participate.

Caribbean and Canadian hotel and tourism stakeholders are welcome to attend.

Outride: COVID 19 Business Threat Seminar is a global disapora entrepreneurs affair!                                                                                                                            Leaders of mainstream businesses with an interest in doing business with diaspora entrepreneurs are welcome to register for the match making and networking sessions.

Please note that this event is not just for small and micro-businesses, big businesses and big nonprofits can benefit also.

Brought to you by Magate Wildhorse Consulting, and The Community of Practise for Caribbean Immigrant Entrepreneurs (Home of BIDEM Conference & Trade Show)

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Call for Papers & Review Board Members

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Call for Reviewers & Editors — Magazine/Journal 2020

The Noësis: MWildhorse Strategy and Performance Magazine (two issues per year) is committed to publishing non-technical as well as technical information in the fields of Business and International Development. With a focus on strategy, marketing, trade, performance management and measurement, intellectual property and the creative industries—the publication aims to provide a complete and reliable source of information, how-to and in field applications on the aforementioned topics.  It will facilitate the growth of grey literature in strategy, marketing and performance management unique to Caribbean-Canadian and Caribbean organizations. By Caribbean we refer to the Caribbean and its diaspora markets.  We are devoted to publishing high quality articles and stories that are easily accessible and sold at an inclusive price.

Deadline: June 15,  2020

Email at: magatewildhorse@gmail.com

More at: https://magatewildhorse.ca/call-for-reviewers-editors-magazinejournal-2/

Call for Papers – Summer Edition

Deadline: July 15,  2020

Deadline for final submissions: July 25, 2020

Special opportunity for publishing the best 2000-3000 words from your Masters thesis or PhD dissertation available.

Double-blind Peer Review

Please click the link above to ensure your submissions are compliant with the double-blind peer review process applicable to all submissions.

To submit your proposal, article, or query, please contact Meegan Scott by

Email at: magatewildhorse@gmail.com

Entrepreneurs and consultants here is your chance to put your expertise on parade and boost your COVID 19 recovery results.

We look forward to articles, case studies, cartoon and art related to COVID 19 and Evaluation and or for driving the Sustainable Development Goals.

As partners in delivering the Decade of Evaluation for Action we will dedicate a space in the forthcoming edition for related issues.

Visibility and simplicity―do you know an entrepreneur, a consultant, or business that could do without one or the other?

We didn’t think so.  So, we strive to give organizations and entrepreneurs the best of both.

In today’s world where the language of business expands almost daily and growth-related concepts can be tough to understand, The Noësis aims to bring understanding and simplicity —disambiguation.

Its content will facilitate understanding of tough business and development concepts― while accelerating the learning of industry language and how-to.

And by so doing help organizations and entrepreneurs get more out of their investment in consulting solutions. Practitioners and consultants can expect content that will help them to improve their craft.

Find out more at: 

Chief Editor and Publisher, Meegan Scott

Recent addition:

We are pleased to welcome Dr. Mythili Kolluru as academic editor to our review board.  Dr. Mythili Kolluru is an Assistant Professor in the Professional Studies and Undergraduate department of the College of Banking and Financial Studies, Oman.

We are pleased to welcome Dr. Kiran Nair as academic and business editor to our review board. Dr. Nair is Program Director, Master of Science in Leadership and Organizational Development, Abu Dhabi School of Management, United Arab Emirates.

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Magazine Publishing Opportunity― Entrepreneurs, Consultants & Researchers!

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Closing soon!  Last Call for Papers!

Tell us about the entrepreneur or professional who does not need visibility?

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Here is your chance to fulfill the your duties of authorship―one often-forgotten by entrepreneurs.

For researchers and academia― here is your chance to share your subject matter expertise and thought leadership on topics related to business, organizational strengthening, performance management, international business, diaspora entrepreneurship, business and sustainable development, marketing and behavior change, international trade finance, and consulting.

Entrepreneurs―Canadians, Caribbean immigrant and diaspora entrepreneurs, Caribbeans at home, entrepreneurs in the African diaspora, Black Americans and other interested business-persons, here is your chance to share your original 580-1200 words free of charge.

Tell our audiences about your area of business experts.

Besides the topics highlighted above we are interested in pieces that address entrepreneurship, and management that are by and or related to Caribbean Immigrant and diaspora entrepreneurs (all Caribbean diasporic markets), indigenous and founding nation Canadians, Black and non-native speakers of English entrepreneurs and consultants in North America, Africans in the diaspora and at home.

Guest authors from all corners of the globe are welcome.

Pieces that shares tips on image, dress, executive presence and how to do it on a budget.

Marketing collateral that work in the 21st Century.

What

See Poster for topics.

The best 580-1200 words about your business, and or area of expertise.

Share tips

Share articles on an area of expertise and a problem your currently seek to solve through your business.

Or pick your topic and share based on the following topic:

  • Your line of business
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Corporate Strategy
  • Market Systems Development
  • Evaluation
  • Management Consulting
  • Business & Sustainable Development
  • Marketing
  • Tips for entrepreneurs
  • Tips for non-profits and governments and other partners in international development

Deadline: Midnight, Sunday, October 27, 2019

Submission Guideline:

http://ow.ly/Npyg30pKjOV

The Noësis: Double-Blind Peer Review Guidelines 2019

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About the publication

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Calling all Recent Graduates ― Publishing Opportunity

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Closing soon!  Last Call for Papers!

Who

Last 3 to current year graduates from community colleges, Baccalaureate Masters, and PhD programmes.

Graduated more than 3 years ago but interested?

If you’ve got a hot topic not explored or discussed adequately that relates to Caribbean and  Caribbean diaspora entrepreneurs, agri-preneurship, management, and performance management and measurement, trade finance, behaviour change marketing, corporate strategy planning, trade, creative industries, or management consulting, that is up to 5 years old then your are welcome to submit.

Besides the topics highlighted above we are interested in pieces that address entrepreneurship, and management that are by and or related to Caribbean Immigrant and diaspora entrepreneurs (all Caribbean diasporic markets), indigenous and founding nation Canadians, Black and non-native speakers of English entrepreneurs and consultants in North America, Africans in the diaspora and at home.

What

See Poster for topics.

The best 2000-3000 words of your thesis.

  • Business
  • International Trade
  • Trade Finance
  • Market Systems Development
  • Evaluation
  • Organizational assessments
  • Corporate Strategy
  • Private Sector Development
  • Marketing
  • Entrepreneurship

 Deadline: Midnight, Sunday, October 27, 2019

Submission Guideline:

http://ow.ly/Npyg30pKjOV

The Noësis: Double-Blind Peer Review Guidelines 2019

http://ow.ly/hTzz30pKjNF

About the publication

http://ow.ly/nWZl30pKjMb

Call for Papers —The Noësis: MWildhorse Strategy and Performance Magazine (2019)

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Call for Reviewers & Editors — Magazine/Journal 2019

The Noësis: MWildhorse Strategy and Performance Magazine (two issues per year) is committed to publishing non-technical as well as technical information in the fields of Business and International Development. With a focus on strategy, marketing, trade, performance management and measurement, intellectual property and the creative industries—the publication aims to provide a complete and reliable source of information, how-to and in field applications on the aforementioned topics.  It will facilitate the growth of grey literature in strategy, marketing and performance management unique to Caribbean-Canadian and Caribbean organizations. By Caribbean we refer to the Caribbean and its diaspora markets.  We are devoted to publishing high quality articles and stories that are easily accessible and sold at an inclusive price.

springcover2018sampleThe magazine will also feature Canadian business stories and approaches.

Canadian researchers, practitioners and graduates are provided with an opportunity to publish whether or not their pieces contain a Caribbean focus.

The Noësis publishes articles, case studies, anecdotes, jokes, cartoons, interviews, literature reviews, stories, opinions, commentaries, news stories, and research works that are original and of high standards.

Join Us as a Reviewer/an Editorial Member

Magate Wildhorse Ltd and Meegan Scott are the independent publishers of The Noësis. We are committed to ensuring peer-reviewed, edited and proof-read content is shared with our readership.

As a new publisher, we have opened the call for reviewers and editors.

Reviewers and editor/reviewers sought will review scholarly or academic like pieces or pieces intended for the general public, as such different skills and experience sets are required.

A reviewer (Academic or scholarly pieces) is expected to exercise his/her expertise and knowledge to critically analyze the content of submissions as well as drafts and proposed pieces. Contributors and the magazine look forward to impartial, fair and constructive suggestions which can help improve the quality of the publication. A reviewer must be an expert in his/her field, should have in depth knowledge of his field and should have been actively involved in reviewing submissions for other journals or magazine or have experience in reviewing academic papers. Successful and dedicated reviewers will be invited to join our editorial board. Reviewers should hold a PhD or DBA in the area or field for which a piece is being reviewed.

Editor/reviewers for pieces aimed at the general public, may be industry experts, generalists and/or journalists with experience in reviewing submissions for business magazines and newspapers. Editors/reviewers are expected to exercise their expertise in reviewing and editing submissions for content, accuracy, clarity, style, voice, language and consistency.  For Caribbean rooted pieces a knowledge of phrases, sayings, folklore and creole from the different countries would be an asset. You are also expected to provide feedback for helping the editor with design layout, editing and proof-reading (spelling, grammar, punctuation, insertions an amendment, labels and attribution). Editor/Reviewers should hold a PhD, DBA, MBA, MSc., LLM or Communications or Journalism Degree as appropriate to their role or the topic(s) they will edit or review.

A double-blind peer review process will be used.

Editorial Board members are responsible for helping with peer reviewing and editing of the content submitted for the publication. Soliciting papers for the magazine, recommending suitable reviewers, and advising on the development of the magazine are among the duties of editorial board members. Promoting the publication at conferences, events, institutions, special and academic libraries as well as providing feedback, views and comments for improving the magazine are key responsibilities of editorial board members. Editorial Board members should hold a PhD, DBA, MBA, MSc., LLM or Communications or Journalisms Degree as appropriate to their role or the topic(s) they will edit or review.

Board members must also be experienced in reviewing business magazines, newspapers, professional, academic or trade journals.

All applicants must possess strong business and academic competence in English.

Reviewers, editor/reviewers and editorial board members will all be listed in The Noësis and on the publications’ web site at: https: www.theNoësis.com (Soon to be launched).

Editors and reviewers will receive three (3) complimentary copies of the publication as well as free online subscription.

Submit Your Application

To apply please submit a copy of your CV, your full name, email and skype contact along with a brief note indicating your interest in and the strengths you bring to the publication.  Thanks also for including the country in which you are located, required turnaround time for review and editing of pieces nd your experience serving in a related role.

Application deadline: April 5, 2019  (Now extended and ongoing).

Submit your application to: magatewildhorse@gmail.com

All available roles are pro bono or volunteer positions.

Please indicate your price range for pro bono compensation (both hourly and total fees).

Note: Please indicate your interest in the subject line of your Email by including one or two of the following:

Join Reviewer Team” or “Join Editorial Board” or “Join Editor-in-chief or Join Editor/Reviewer General

Thank you in advance for your interest.

Magate Wildhorse Ltd.

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The Noësis: MWildhorse Strategy and Performance Magazine — Call for Papers

Deadline: April 15, 2019  | Final deadline for all: April 26, 2019

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The Noësis: Double-Blind Peer Review Guidelines 2019

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We’ll be using a double-blind review process for articles submitted to The Noësis.

This means the author will not know who reviews his or her work and the reviewer will not know the identity of the author of the piece he or she is assigned to review.

As an author or contributor, we ask that you prepare your submissions in a manner that conceals your identity.  Here’s how, submit your name and the title of your piece in a separate file. You should repeat the title on the file that contains the work intended for publication. Submit both files with one Email and two attachments.

  • If you refer to yourself please use [Anonymous].
  • To cite previous works, you must blind that reference in your reference list. For blinding in the reference list, please use the phrase: ‘[Anonymous 2019] Details have been omitted for double-blind reviewing.’.
  • Besides self-references please include details of other references
  • For figures and illustrations that you have created or adapted please use “[Anonymous] Details have been omitted for the double-blind reviewing.
  • Ensure any author identification such as name, institution, phone number or email address are not contained in the document with the work for review.
  • All submissions must be made in an MS Word document.

Should your submission be accepted you will be provided with the necessary feedback and comments for updating your article or submission. During that process you will replace [Anonymous] or ‘[Anonymous 2019] Details have been omitted for double-blind reviewing.’ with references to you or your affiliate as appropriate.

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Call for Papers —The Noësis: MWildhorse Strategy and Performance Magazine (2019)

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Deadline: April 26, 2019

Visibility and simplicity―do you know an entrepreneur, a consultant, or business that could do without one or the other?

We didn’t think so.  So, we strive to give organizations and entrepreneurs the best of both.

In today’s world where the language of business expands almost daily and growth-related concepts can be tough to understand, The Noësis aims to bring understanding and simplicity —disambiguation.

Its content will facilitate understanding of tough business and development concepts― while accelerating the learning of industry language and how-to.

And by so doing help organizations and entrepreneurs get more out of their investment in consulting solutions. Practitioners and consultants can expect content that will help them to improve their craft.

The power of visibility as that first step towards building trust is one the worst kept secrets of today.

Still not all visibility carries the same weight. For that reason, this magazine is designed to provide opportunities for accelerating solid trust in your expertise and business.

It does this by highlighting successful Caribbean and Canadian entrepreneurs, business related educational content, research findings, issues, trends, companies, stories, commentaries, book reviews and entertainment pieces.  In the mix will be articles and stories focused on growth related topics such as strategy, marketing, trade, performance management and measurement, intellectual property, and the creative industries.

While the focus is on Canada and the Caribbean we embrace and look forward to sharing with the global community.  This publication welcomes guest contributors from all continents, cultures, and ethnicities.  We look forward to presenting a rich blend of content by and about ambitious startups, gazelles in the making, the ordinary, the extra-ordinary and mainstream businesses, business ecosystems, consultants, and professional service providers.

The publication is a hybrid Magazine/Professional Journal geared towards C-level executives, entrepreneurs, researchers, practitioners, and consultants with an interest in strategy, marketing, evaluation, organizational assessments, international trade, FDI, entrepreneurship and international development.  It will be circulated to senior executives, business owners, and libraries.

The new Canadian-Caribbean Magazine is the only business magazine designed to promote the culture of Caribbean entrepreneurship; and entrepreneurship as a desirable, feasible and viable economic activity for Caribbean immigrants in Canada and other diasporic markets of the Region.

We want to see the growth of high performing Caribbean businesses in all major diaspora markets. We want to see the Caribbean culture of entrepreneurship and its entrepreneurial DNA deliver significant impact to entrepreneurs and the markets in which the businesses call home— as well as those they serve.  But we also want to hear the voice of others with no Caribbean roots who would love to meet and collaborate with Caribbeans through this publication.

To ensure simplicity and visibility we provide information, stimulate debate, share research, cases, and stories for ensuring organizational leaders and team have the necessary information for strategy success in starting and growing their businesses.  We want to see greater impact from international development initiatives especially in ACP Countries; therefore, we will address those issues and explore solutions.

Learn more about The Noësis or subscribe, click here.

Publishing Opportunities

Consultants and practitioners are invited to submit articles, case studies, anecdotes, and stories.

Academic researchers, consultants, and experts are invited to serve in editorial roles as well as to contribute articles, stories, and cases.

Recent Graduates, final year PhD and Master’s Degree students are invited to submit articles based on their final research papers. Submissions should have a focus on the Caribbean, Caribbean Diaspora Markets or Canada.

Business writers and/journalists are invited to submit articles (feature, news stories, historical and opinion pieces, commentaries, and tips).

Editorial Policy and Practice

Academic submissions will be peer-reviewed. Subject matter experts, academia or magazine editors will review other pieces. However, all published pieces would have met the editorial standards and the objectives of the magazine.

Contributor Guidelines

What to Include in Your Draft or Proposal

Submissions must be in MS Word documents. Illustrations and images should be clear and impactful in communicating your ideas. They may include maps, photos, illustration, tables, infographics, and other images that are properly labelled.

Double-blind Peer Review

Please click the link above to ensure your submissions are compliant with the double-blind peer review process applicable to all submissions.

Deadline for final submissions: April 26, 2019                                                            Deadline for submission of drafts or proposals: April 15, 2019.

To submit your proposal, article, or query, please contact Meegan Scott by Email at: magatewildhorse@gmail.com


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