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About the Journal
Focus and Scope
Journey for Sustainable Development and Peace Journal (JSDPJ) focuses on sustainable development and peace and welcomes policy-oriented research and scholarship from arts, humanity, development studies, sustainable development, economics, management, politics, rural development, leadership, education, tourism, sociology, anthropology, environment, geography, laws, health, and nutrition. ‘Sustainability’ has become the central part of development. Journey for Sustainable Development and Peace Journal seeks research articles, reviews, conversations/interviews, case studies, viewpoints, and letters.
JSDPJ is published once a year in February. However, publication (online) twice a year may happen as per necessity and availability of articles; it will require a permission from the concerned authority.
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
Rs. 200 for individual and Rs. 500 for Institutional for per piece of hard copy.
Peer Review Process
Journey for Sustainable Development and Peace Journal follows a strict editorial review policy with double-blind reviewing and ethical publishing principles. First, articles submitted to the journal are screened by the editorial team and then, if appropriate, sent to at least two reviewers, and the editorial team reaches a decision about a publication. The editors make a decision based on the reviewers’ advice. Research articles, reviews, conversations/interviews, case studies, viewpoints, and letters. are peer-reviewed. All forms of correction may also be peer-reviewed at the discretion of the editors. Reviewers are welcome to recommend a particular subject, but they must bear in mind that the other reviewers may have different views, and the editors may have to make a decision based on conflicting advice. Readers and the scientific community are our major responsibilities in deciding how best to serve them. Reviewers’ criticisms are taken seriously, particularly the technical criticisms. We follow the rules of publication ethics to ensure the academic objectivity and rigor of the journal.
Publishing Code of Conduct and Publishing Ethics
JSDPJ is committed to following publication ethics standards which closely follow the COPE guidelines & JPPS (en-GB) – Journal Publishing Practices and Standards framework (en-GB) (journalquality.info). We request all contributors and reviewers adhere to publishing ethics.
Journey for Sustainable Development and Peace, Kathmandu, Nepal