Resilience: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Science and Humanitarianism

Aim

This journal aims to provide emerging interdisciplinary researchers, innovative thinkers, and inter-sectoral practitioners engaged in collaborative projects to understand, build, promote, and maintain resilience of individuals, families, communities, institutions and the natural environment, the ecosystem, a forum for disseminating their work.

Scope

This journal will consider for publication student research in the form of reviews of the literature aimed at generating hypothesis; testing theory; formulating questions for proposed and/or ongoing research; manuscripts originating from term papers, research internships; as well as faculty working papers, short reports, and commentaries on a broad range of topics that are pertinent to resilience science and policy, including but not limited to disaster mitigation and response with particular reference to international humanitarian and public health practice.

This journal is published in electronic format only.