Publisher: Wairua Consulting
AENJ is an online open-access journal to discuss issues around ethnicity
and to advance positive approaches to ethnic and religious diversity in
Aotearoa New Zealand
The AEN Journal is a thought provoking online publication that fosters
critical debate around the issues facing New Zealand's ethnic communities.
It builds on the success of the Aotearoa Ethnic Network (www.aen.org.nz),
set up last year by Ruth DeSouza and Andy Williamson so that people
from or working with ethnic communities can connect and share information.
With articles written by key thinkers in the ethnic sector in New Zealand
and overseas, this online publication offers a refreshing and challenging
new perspective on ethnic communities.
AENJ welcomes submissions from anyone who wishes to write critically about
issues facing ethnic communities in Aotearoa New Zealand. This doesn't
have to be limited to articles from New Zealand but it does need to be
relevant to a New Zealand audience.
We encourage critical, thought provoking pieces that promote ethnic
diversity and which constructively challenge established ideas, systems and
practices. Whilst we welcome work that reports on research, such a piece
needs to be accessible and not overly academic. We will choose intelligent
and engaging over academic density every time - so we apologise in advance
for rejecting any dry academic papers submitted simply to push up your
research publication ranking!
Abstracts available online. Articles available in HTML and PDF format.
Current Issue: Volume 1, Issue 1 - July 2006
Date: 10 August 2006