Editor in Chief, Jerry White and Managing Editor, Susan Wingert
Associate Managing Editor, Nicholas Spence
Policy Commentaries Editor, Nicholas Spence
As we enter the last months of 2014, we wanted to draw your attention to several issues.
- IIPJ has surpassed 100,000 readers and our data indicates we have approximately 3,500 to 4,000 new readers per month.1
- This year to date, we have published three issues of the journal, one of which was a special issue focused on “the Governance of Indigenous Information.”
- We have two calls out for special issues:
Guest Editor: Kenichi Matsui, University of Tsukuba
Submission deadline: September 26, 2014
Guest Editors: Bernardo Peredo Videa, University of Oxford and
Thomas Thornton, University of Oxford
Submission deadline: April 17, 2015
Please look at the calls for papers on our Call for Special Issues webpage.
We have been asked to develop our book review section. We are now officially asking for the submission of book reviews or books we should consider having reviewed for the journal. Any book related to Indigenous issues with policy relevance would be eligible for consideration.
We remain committed to our goal of promoting ethical and respectful research that will promote evidence-based policy-making. We also hold to our promise to publish policy work that promotes best practices. For authors, we will continue our rapid turnaround times and superior service.
Current Issue: Volume 5, Issue 3 (2014)
Recommended Mitigation Measures for an Influenza Pandemic in Remote and Isolated First Nations Communities of Ontario, Canada: A Community-Based Participatory Research Approach
Nadia A. Charania and Leonard JS Tsuji
Structural Racism and Indigenous Health: What Indigenous Perspectives of Residential School and Boarding School Tell Us? A Case Study of Canada and Finland
Sandra A. Juutilainen, Ruby Miller, Lydia Heikkilä, and Arja Rautio
Empowering Indigenous Youth: Perspectives from a National Service Learning Program in Taiwan
Leemen Lee and Peiying Chen
Framing Indigenous–Settler Relations within British Columbia's Modern Treaty Context: A Discourse Analysis of the Maa-nulth Treaty in Mainstream Media
Vanessa Sloan Morgan and Heather Castleden
Intergenerational Patterns of Fertility Among Registered Indian Teenage Girls in Canada
Marilyn Amorevieta-Gentil, David Daignault, Norbert Robitaille, Eric Guimond, and Sacha Senecal
Health Care as Commons: An Indigenous Approach to Universal Health Coverage
Young Soon Wong, Pascale Allotey, and Daniel D. Reidpath
- Jerry P. White
- Managing Editor
- Susan Wingert