Improving the journal publishing environment of Bangladesh – Part 1: the dialogue

In the first of a two-part blog series, Haseeb Md Irfanullah talks about how organizations from the North and the South can bring together Bangladeshi journals to change the face of academic publishing in Bangladesh through inclusive, long-term planning. He also talks about how this will help Bangladeshi journals meet the new Journal Publishing Practices and Standards (JPPS) levels that are being developed by INASP and African Journals Online.

Low representation of women in academic publishing is only a reflection of lack of opportunities

Dr Sabina Bhattarai is an Associate Professor and Vice Principal at Kathmandu Medical College, Sinamangal and Editor-in-Chief, Nepal Journal of Dermatology, Venereology & Leprology. The journal is published in NepJOL, supported by INASP. In this post, Thakur Amgai asked her about her experience in journal publishing in Nepal and the challenges she faces as a female journal editor.

Journal publishing in Nepal is challenging

– Dr. Mina Nath Paudel is Editor In-Chief of the Agronomy Journal of Nepal & Chief of the National Agriculture...

Publishing in journals of the NepJOL family

– Guest Post by Edwin van Teijlingen, Professor of Reproductive Health Research at Bournemouth University and Padam Simkhada, Padam Simkhada,...

Sharing research for development and transformation – part 2

Promoting Southern publishing, supporting routes to share Southern research with wider audiences and embedding skills within institutions are all part of INASP's vision of 'research and knowledge at the heart of development'.

How good publishing partnerships can support development

How good publishing partnerships can support development

This blog looks at how strong partnerships in publishing can support development, particularly in light of the Sustainable Development Goals....

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