We are happy to invite you to contribute an article to our forthcoming edition “Immigration in the Circumpolar North: Integration & Resilience” edited by Dr. Nafisa Yeasmin, Prof. Dr. Waliul Hasanat, Assist. Prof. Dr. Jan Brzozowski & Assoc. Prof. Dr. Stefan Kirchner. The book will be published by the distinguished publishing house which is rated at the highest level (level 3) by the Finnish Publication Forum (julkaisufoorumi). We kindly invite you to contribute to this book, which will be a peer-reviewed publication.

Key dates: 
Abstract submission: 10th June, 2019 (150 words max.) in .docx, .doc, .rtf, .txt., .pdf or .pages format by email to Stefan Kirchner: stefan.kirchner@ulapland.fi. Indicate for which chapter your abstract is intended.
Full paper submission: 31st August, 2019
Peer-review time: Sep 1st-30th, 2019
Feedback sent to authors: Oct 1st ,2019
Revised chapter returned to editors: Oct 30st, 2019
Length of the chapter: 9000 max.
Reference style: APA

Please don´t hesitate to ask further information by email   
Nafisa Yeasmin: nafisa.yeasmin@ulapland.fi   
Stefan Kirchner: stefan.kirchner@ulapland.fi.

Please, find a short description of the book and chapters below.
Chapters should focus in particular on immigrant women and youth.

Chapter 1)
Imagining the concept of inclusive society: Arctic perspectives:
The Arctic has long been a diverse society consisting of indigenous peoples, members of settler societies and others. Modern-day immigration adds an additional layer of diversity. This Arctic diversity leads to a discussion on potentials of inclusive society, which involves contributions from both the host society (which in turn consists of both indigenous and settler societies) and the immigrant population. Long-time residents and immigrants need to learn about each other for influencing the acculturation or assimilations outcomes. This chapter examine several aspects of Arctic inhabitants, regardless of whether or not they are immigrants or not, and their adaptation capacity in a new era of precarizations. How the social challenges differ in various cities, is there any preconditions of inclusive societies, why it is important to evaluate the differences between Arctic cities.

Chapter 2) 
Economic Resilience for hindering social exclusions:
The main aspect of chapter 2 will be labor market integration. Arctic cities have diverse economic resilience initiatives based on diverse success factors and challenges concerning labor market integration of immigrants. The socio-economic status of immigrants is one of the factors for social inclusion (Uusiautti & Yeasmin, 2019). Occupational diversity, unemployment and underemployment hinder economic integration. This chapter will highlight whether the economic resilience maximize the chances for being socially resilient.

Chapter 3)
Manufacturing social platform for reinventing evidences of social justice in the circumpolar North:
Chapter 3 will examine how the principles of social justice have been explained in immigration policies: is there any common social platform from reinventing evidences of social justice for immigrants in the North? What kind of initiatives have been taken in to account for analyzing regional migration regime in the North? Community voices are crucial for advocating social justice.  How political participation would support integration in the north will be the key objectives of this chapter