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A life in the day
Katy Shaw – Professor of Contemporary Writings, Northumbria University – talks about stepping up to level up.
Ain’t I a scholar? Black women & misogynoir in the academy
It is often said amongst the Black community that, 'you have to be twice as good for half as much', and black women tend to embody that belief.
Multifunctional field margins in agriculture landscapes: a window of opportunity for conservation agriculture and biodiversity enhancement
Azhar Amir – professional writer who has worked for organisations such as UNDP, FAO, UNODC, and UNICEF – writes about multifunctional field margins.
What is natural capital, why it is important and how natural capital protocol can lead to better interaction with nature
Azhar Amir – professional writer who has worked for organisations such as UNDP, FAO, UNODC, and UNICEF – writes about natural capital.
Happy International Women's Day 2021: women in supply chain management
The idea of an International Women’s day was first introduced at a meeting in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1910. Back then, the discussion had a…
Presence in the online environment
Now that we’re all working online, and many of us will continue to for quite some time, how helpful would it be to find some sound advice on how to…
Peter Krykant & UK drug consumption rooms – is their time finally here?
Martin Powell, Head of Partnerships for Transform Drug Policy Foundation talks about his conversations with Peter Krykant, who has been operating his…
Supporting our communities on their open journey
Aware of the difference that a fully open research ecosystem can make to progress on health, economic and societal issues, we have committed to an…
Emerald Publishing partners with ChronosHub to forge simpler routes to publishing
Emerald Publishing collaborates with ChronosHub to drive open access research through a simplified and improved experience for authors, institutions…