IJER is a double-blind peer-reviewed "open access" journal targeted toward publishing advanced research reports across the fields of education. Articles should provide empirical, conceptual, or theoretical perspectives on current educational issues. Our interest is limited to thought-provoking interdisciplinary debates on education across various interests. IJER prioritises intellectual and global debates on primary, secondary and higher education institutions with no methodological, geographical and ideological limitations. IJER also publishes book reviews, comprehensive reviews of applicable literature, original opinion pieces, short communications and commentaries or analyses of issues within education.
IJRCS provides open access platform for academics and community development experts to publish their findings. IJRCS welcomes articles that provide discourse on rural development, policies and practices, and community-related studies from regional, provincial, community and global perspectives. Interdisciplinary debates on rural and community emancipation, focusing on social, educational, economic, political, environmental, local and urban influence, gender dominance and marginalisation, and resource allocation issues are also welcome. The predominant focus is to publish articles that contribute to the sustainable development of the disadvantaged towards emancipation and self-reliance. IJRCS invites empirical studies, conceptual and theoretical opinions, book reviews, reviews of relevant literature, short communications and commentaries.
IJSS provides a platform for academics, practitioners, and social development experts to publish their intellectual works. IJSS encourages empirical research, theoretical argument, short communications and commentaries, review and conceptual opinions on social development, policies and practices, relationships and innovations that empower individuals, families, groups, organisations, and small and large entities. Our interest is limited to social-related issues, social interpretations, and emancipation of socially disadvantaged groups, which contributes to creating a socially just, rights and humanity-based context.