Glocality is an open access academic journal which offers a platform to undergraduate students to share their work with the scholar community and practitioners worldwide. We admit articles that explore the relationship between local and global on any of the dimensions of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Glocality is welcoming submissions!
Glocality, a student-faculty-run multidisciplinary undergraduate academic journal, is relaunching this September and is now accepting submissions! The journal offers a platform to undergraduate students to share their work with the scholar community and practitioners worldwide. We accept submissions in the form of:
We want to promote academic and scientific applied research that explores the relationship between local and global among undergraduate students and create critical glocal thinking to deal with the challenges ahead of us. We aim to create young schools of thought and develop innovative approaches, solutions and technologies for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Therefore, we welcome and acknowledge papers from students who bring more insight to sustainable development not only for the academic community but also for practitioners.
Glocality is published online and is 100% open access. Articles are published as soon as they are ready, post-editorial acceptance, thus ensuring authors do not experience unnecessary delay to their publication. All papers are peer-reviewed by international experts and academics.
Papers can focus on any of the social, economic, and ecological dimensions of sustainable development:
Partnership and collaboration
Acceptance Notification: within 5-7 days from the date of manuscript submission
Additional information about the journal is available on the Glocality web page
Papers should be submitted electronically through our submission portal.
Agnes Zenaida V. Camacho
Posted on 23 Jul 2019
We are happy to announce that Glocality will be relaunching this September!
Glocality aims to promote academic and scientific applied research among undergraduate students and create critical glocal thinking to deal with the challenges ahead of us, focusing on the Sustainable Development Goals.
Posted on 23 Jul 2019