Submission Guidelines

This page briefly explains our editorial priorities and shows you what makes a contribution. You can then submit a pitch via this link. Before pitching, use this keyword search to read what we’ve published on your topic.

Content-Type invites refugees, journalists, activists, and others to join our community and tell the stories of refugees in Dzaleka Refugee Camp. We accept various types of content, including articles, essays, photographic essays, interviews, videos, and other formats. If you have an idea for a submission or would like to discuss potential contributions, please don't hesitate to contact us. We look forward to sharing the stories of refugees in Dzaleka Refugee Camp with a wider audience.


Thank you for your interest in contributing to! We are always looking for fresh perspectives and new voices to join our community and help us tell the stories of refugees in Dzaleka Refugee Camp.

To ensure that we are able to provide the highest quality content to our readers, we have developed the following guidelines for contributors: seeks submissions that shed light on the refugee experience in Dzaleka Refugee Camp. Use a clear and engaging writing style, including personal anecdotes. Articles should be 500-1000 words, attributed to individuals, and include a brief bio and a personal photo. Please obtain consent before sharing personal information. All articles and photos will be published under a Creative Commons license. For all submissions or queries, please email dzalekaconnect[at] to submit or discuss contributions.

We are open to all suggestions and would love to hear from you.


Comments are welcome on all of our posts, however, all comments are moderated. Personal attacks or abusive comments will not be published. Criticism of organizations against individuals is welcome if it serves a justifiable purpose. It should not be gratuitous, but well-founded, based either on experience or argument. We welcome robust debate but avoid sweeping unfounded attacks. While we like to publish as many comments as possible, we may hold back comments that contain harsh criticism with no attempt at all to give that criticism a justified base. Commenters who have affiliations that readers should be aware of, or conflicts of interest, must declare them. Commenters need to identify themselves by their full names unless there are good reasons for not doing so.

Last updated: 08 September 2023