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Call for Papers--Means to an End Journal from End Poverty Now

Deadline March 20, 2010

End Poverty Now (EPN) is a non-governmental charitable organization based in Montreal, Canada that is actively engaged in the long-term struggle against abject poverty at both a global level through active engagement with education, inreach (volunteerism) and grassroots project development.

As part of our education pillar, EPN puts forth a yearly, peer-reviewed journal publication. Means to an End relies on submissions from professors and university students from across the world. It serves as a forum for rigorous inquiry into the multi-faceted nature of poverty and poverty alleviation.

EPN is pleased to announce that we are currently accepting applications for the next issue of Means to an End, scheduled for publication in late spring 2010. This year’s journal will focus on the theme of health and poverty. Submissions relating to this topic from a variety of perspectives are encouraged.

Submissions must be academic in nature and well-researched. Articles describing original research are welcome.

Manuscripts should follow the most recent APA guidelines and be between 4000 – 5000 words in length, including the abstract.

Please submit manuscripts in Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx) or PDF format to the Editor’s attention at [email protected] by March 20, 2010 (Please note that we have extended the deadline for submissions from a previous call made in late 2009).

Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions. We look forward to hearing from you!