The International Indigenous Policy Journal accepts new submissions for regular issues on an on-going basis
- IIPJ publishes incrementally, which means that new articles are added to an issue when they are ready for publication.
- Articles can relate to a single country or single population group, but such articles should have policy implications or lessons that are generalizable.
- Comparative international content is a priority.
- Any rigorous research that has policy relevance and relates directly to Indigenous peoples.
- Historical methods, qualitative and quantitative approaches, and mixed methods are all acceptable.
- Policy articles are those which analyze or evaluate a policy or policies in order to develop recommendations or lessons learned that can be applied internationally. Articles in this section will be less stringently reviewed as they aim to promote popular discussion of a policy or set of policies.
- Book reviews
- Reseach notes
We appreciate your interest in submitting a paper to IIPJ. On this page, you will find all the necessary information for the preparation of your paper. Please download the Author's Guide, which provides detailed guidelines for preparing manuscript for publication in the International Indigenous Policy Journal.