Is peer review
How can we champion all identities?
Whilst there are many people involved in peer review, is the process inherently biased towards the few and not inclusive of the many? Research, and the processes within, need to be grounded in diverse voices, background, experiences, and identities
As part of this important conversation, and how we strive to be inclusive, to celebrate, represent and amplify diverse voices, we’ve focused this Peer Review Week on hearing from different voices within the peer review system. Sharing their experiences, and what they think needs to change so that the process can be more inclusive to all, and what work needs to be done, so that as a collective we can work towards truly including all identities.
On this page, you’ll also find guides, as well as helpful hints and tips for anyone who would like to learn more, of have some support around peer reviewing.
You can join conversations happening on our Engage community platform throughout the week, where you can listen to, and share your views with others in the research community.
Break the norm
Find out more about why we are challenging the status quo in order to break down barriers, and move away from the academic stereotypes and taboos that stand in the way of more equitable environment for academic research to thrive.
Find our more about our goals for breaking the norms of society and challenging the status quo.