Tackling gender inequality in research: six stories from Africa and Asia

Interviews highlight challenges for women researchers in the Global South and how inspiring gender champions are helping redress the balance

INASP partners reflect on 25 years of achievements

As part of a series of posts celebrating INASP’s 25th anniversary, some of INASP’s partners and associates share their thoughts about collaboration with INASP.

Advocating for Southern research and knowledge

Southern partners have an important role to play in championing local research and knowledge, as the stories from our advocacy competition with Research4Life showed this year.

Helping women bridge the gap between research and publications

Helping women bridge the gap between research and publications

Earlier this year, Senior Programme Manager, Ruth Bottomley joined The Organization for Women in Science for the Developing World – in Khartoum. This video shows the launch of the OWSD Sudan National Chapter and the workshop on Bridging the Gap between Research and Publications.

Supporting trust in Southern journals: the story behind Journal Publishing Practices and Standards (JPPS)

INASP and African Journals Online have launched the Journal Publishing Practices and Standards (JPPS), a unique new framework for providing accreditation and support for journals in the Global South. The JPPS provides detailed and internationally accepted assessment criteria for the quality of publishing practices and policies of Southern journals. In this interview, Susan Murray, Executive Director of African Journals Online (AJOL), and Sioux Cumming, Programme Manager, Journals Online, share the origins and potential of JPPS.

How large-scale research writing courses are making a difference in the Global South

The AuthorAID MOOCs in research writing are finalists for a prestigious award from the Association of Professional and Learned Society Publishers (ALPSP). The winner of this award will be announced this evening. As we wait to hear how we did, I share in this blog what I told the ALPSP annual conference yesterday.

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