Mark Huskisson looks at the open source tools enabling a world of scholarly communication that is more broadly global, diverse, and inclusive than is perhaps recognized.
Ana Heredia and Eloisa Viggiani discuss the founding of the Latin American Association of Scientific Editors, and focus on the use of metrics and the role of the region’s scientific journals in research evaluation.
In celebration of International Day of Women and Girls in Science, INASP conducted six interviews with inspirational women in academia from Africa and Asia. This post looks at some of the common themes and advice for supporting women and girls in research.
Researchers from Africa, Asia and Latin America answer the question, “How do we increase diversity in scholarly communications?”
A look at inequality in research and knowledge systems, and in particular, how gender issues in higher education are exacerbated in the Global South.
Why is increasing diversity in scholarly communications seemingly so difficult? What should we be doing differently?
INASP’s Jon Harle looks at the United Nation’s Global Goals and explains why they matter to publishers.